Investor briefings

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Fossil fuel companies are increasingly coming under pressure from investors. Together with Platform and ShareAction we have worked to challenge the industry's business model for several years. We have developed a unique risk matrix that allows us to analyse macroeconomic risks as well as technical, legal and regulatory challenges in high risk projects, such as offshore Arctic drilling. 

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You did it! Waitrose puts Shell relationship on ice

Posted by sara_a — 12 December 2012 at 1:34pm - Comments
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Today we received the great news that after only 12 days of our intensive campaign, Waitrose has announced it has put its partnership with Arctic oil drillers Shell on ice. 

Polar bear cam - live from the tundra

Posted by Nic S — 21 November 2012 at 1:41pm - Comments

Right now, along the northern coasts of Arctic countries, polar bears are waiting for the sea to freeze before they go out to hunt again. And now, you can see them.

British Antarctic Survey merger dropped: Greenpeace response

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2 November, 2012

Responding to the decision not to proceed with the merger of the British Antarctic Survey and National Oceanography Centre, Vicky Wyatt, Greenpeace arctic campaigner said:

“The British Antarctic Survey is a wonderful institution. It is rightly world renowned and has done great work in helping us protect one of the most fragile and beautiful areas on the planet.

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Finding heart in the melting Arctic

Posted by sara_a — 17 September 2012 at 6:21pm - Comments
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The record has already been broken – but it is about to be shattered.

This isn’t the kind of record you wish to remember and tell your grandchildren about. This is no tale of great sporting achievement like Usain Bolt smashing his way into the Olympic record books. No, this is something entirely more sombre.

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