Shell

Jenna McGuire, staff writer
Fisherman push their boat during low tide on oily mud in the river at Ogoniland's village of K-Dere, near Bodo, which is part of the Niger Delta region, on February 20, 2019. -Decades of oil spills has left the Ogoniland region in southern Nigeria an environmental disaster zone. (Photo: should read YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP via Getty Images)
"After nine years of promises without proper action and decades of pollution, the people of Ogoniland are not only sick of dirty drinking water, oil-contaminated fish and toxic fumes. They are sick of waiting for justice, they are dying by the day."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
About 30 protesters gathered outside Royal Dutch Shell's headquarters in The Hague Tuesday to declare that the oil giant "must fall."
"At shareholders meetings like this, money is the only priority—even if it is...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"It's about getting them to pay for the damages they knowingly created."

Further

Amidst Shell's recent spate of closely-averted disasters, Greenpeace and The Yes Men are having a fine old time with a new mock Arctic Ready ad campaign in which Shell asks "Arctic-enthused drivers" to add their own slogans to images of nature to show "how Arctic energy production will transform the world." The results: brutal and hilarious. "Here at Shell, we’re committed to online social media...It’s the fuel that lubricates the engines of internet communication."