When our friends in Occupy, CorpWatch, Mines and Communities, Crocodyl, the London Mining Network and Foil Vedanta announced the Carnival of Dirt we thought it deserved bigging up.
It was always unbelievable, an oil company that posed as a forward thinking responsible corporation. Now the unprecedented oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is showing; any talk in the past about caring for this increasingly frail planet was just that: talk.
The battle against TNK-BP and their lack of concern and action to preserve the environment came to the streets of London today (13 Oct).
Russia possesses exceptional energy resources, which are located largely in Siberia. This vast terretory has 68% of the Russian oil and possesses some of the world’s most important nature reserves.
Guy Taylor went to Sibera to have a first hand look at the damage caused by TNK-BP
Boris Kagarlitsky argues that Russian laws and practices are a threat to the planet
A selection of links to articles related to the BP Russia Campaign
TELL BP TO CLEAN UP IT’S ACT – AND IT’S MESS !
In March 2005 three Russian organizations of NGO sector have united into the coalition Anticorporate Association for fighting the effects of transnational corporations.
Message from Bolivian activists in London [14:10:03]
Picket in front of the headquarters of BP, one of the companies that wants to export Bolivian raw gas to the United States.
Wed 22-Oct-03 – 12:30 to 14:00.
BP Britannic House, 1 St James Square. London SW1
The humble people of Bolivia are up in arms