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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Donald Pols (R), director of Dutch environmental organization Milieudefensie, and Channa Samkalden (L), lawyer for Milieudefensie, react following the court ruling in the case that the organization, along with four Nigerian farmers, filed against Shell over oil leaks that have allegedly polluted their villages, in The Hague, on January 29, 2021.
"Victims of environmental pollution, land grabbing, or exploitation now have a better chance to win a legal battle against the companies involved."
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
A demonstration against Shell's role in the climate crisis took place at the company's headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands on May 18, 2020. (Photo: Shell Must Fall/Twitter)
"There's no lack for public interest and public service-experienced litigators...
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
There is growing pressure on banks and financial institutions to stop financing fossil fuel projects. (Photo: Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images)
"The only reasonable decision for investors in this situation is to green their...

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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."