- Six Greenpeace Britons bailed. // Daily Mail;11/23/2013, p40
SIX Britons arrested by Russia during a Greenpeace protest against oil drilling in the Arctic have been bailed after two months in detention.
- Greenpeace plea for Putin meeting. // Evening Standard;10/ 9/2013, p24
THE head of Greenpeace has written to Russia's President Putin seeking a meeting â€” and offering himself as human bail for 28 activists and two journalists being held on piracy charges in Murmansk. Kumi Naidoo delivered the letter to the Russian embassy in The Hague today. He said he would...
- Untitled. // Alberta Sweetgrass;Nov2008, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p6
The article discusses a protest held in Edmonton, Alberta regarding the production of oil in Canada. Details about the demonstration, which was organized by the Council of Canadians, are provided. According to the article, protesters are angered over the oil development rate and the increase in...
- RISK SUMMARY: RUSSIA. // Emerging Europe Monitor: Russia & CIS;Jan2007, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p2
The article presents a summary of political and economic risks of Russia. The protest of Poland over a Russian ban on its meat imports affected plans to conduct talks at the November 24 European Union-Russia summit on a partnership agreement. The nominal appreciation of the Russian rouble set to...
- Greenpeace 30 must stay in Russia. // Evening Standard;
RUSSIAN authorities have told a group of 30 Greenpeace activists and freelance journalists, including six Britons, arrested during a protest against oil drilling in the Arctic, that they still cannot leave the country.
- Kanesatake protests Enbridge pipeline reversal proposal. NORTON, TIMMY // Eastern Door;11/22/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 46, p3
The article reports on a protest held in Kanesatake, Quebec over the planned reversal of oil by petroleum company Enbridge with resident Walter David, saying they are against the pipeline reversal proposal and that they have to stand and protect the environment.
- Oil in the Russian Pacific. Cook, Gary // Earth Island Journal;Fall99, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p25
Deals with the environmental safeguards taken by the oil industry of the island of Sakhalin in Russia. Some of the exploratory teams on Sakhalin Island; Reasons the people of eastern Russia will protest oil development on Sakhalin Island; Impact on Russia's relations with the United States.
- Britons jailed in Russia over Arctic oil protest. Kiran Randhawa // Evening Standard;9/27/2013, p29
BRITISH activists are among a group jailed in Russia after a protest against Arctic oil drilling, says Greenpeace.
- Alberta won't attend Russia oil conference in June. // Energy Today (Hungary);5/15/2014, p5
The article reports that the province of Alberta has announced that it will not participate in a global oil conference in Moscow, Russia in June 2014 as a protest against Russia's actions in Ukraine.