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Greenpeace UK Jun 19
10 steps to achieving by preventing their rig from drilling for oil. It's oil we know we can't burn, because .
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Berkshire Greenpeace Jun 15
to make a world free from climate change
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Greenpeace Jun 11
We're in a . We should be winding down our use of oil and gas. But BP is getting this rig ready to drill for 30 million barrels of oil. 😱 That's why Greenpeace activists have stopped this rig going to drill for more oil. 🌍
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Belfast Greenpeace Jun 15
Belfast Greenpeace is at a BP garage on the Ravenhill Road now asking BP to keep the oil in the soil!
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Kreuzfahrtschiffe (k)entern Jun 10
We embrace also on waterways or oceans - it's not only cruise ships or oil platforms. Let's get ready to block everything that burns fossil fuels.
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Makichyan Arshak Jun 21
My 15th week. "Investing in the oil, It is ivesting into our death" I want to support strike on the BP platform and it would be great to do something like that in Russia.
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Meena Rajput Jun 18
Two months ago I decided it was time to live an ordinary life, settle down, watch Netflix, that kinda thing. Next minute...
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Maria Mollenkopf          #Dump the 2 party lie! Jun 9
Greenpeace UK BREAKING: We’ve boarded a BP oil rig - their business as usual is threatening our future. 😮 - We need to stop drilling new oil wells immediately. This is about more than just money - it’s about our future.
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Greenpeace UK Jun 19
Easiest way to stop a 40,000 tonne oil rig? Swim in front of it. Today Sarah did just that, jumping into the North Sea from Greenpeace ship . It's now 11 days that BP's rig has been kept away from its target drilling site
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Greenpeace UK Jun 20
12 days of have been brought to a close. Teams of activists climbed, swam and sailed to prevent BP's rig drilling for more oil in the North Sea. It's been a wild ride and even though the rig has made it to the drill site, it's not over yet...
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Greenpeace USA Jun 19
Sending love and solidarity to the brave activists who have been blocking a BP rig for 11 days (and counting!) to address the ! 💚✊
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Greenpeace Leeds Jun 15
Greenpeace Leeds supports outside BP petrol station on Otley Road Leeds . BP should not be drilling for more oil when we have a .
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Oliver Knowles Jun 9
Great job! I back these people. My family backs these people. My friends back these people. No one I know backs BP’s insane plan to extract 30m barrels of oil.
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Doug Parr Jun 13
The BP rig that was going to drill for new, unburnable oil was stopped for over 100 hrs when the climbers were removed & arrested by police But at 4am this morning a couple more climbers boarded again. Respect
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Sebastian Bock Jun 11
What a disgrace: CEO Ben van Beurden says we should "eat seasonally & recycle more to cut emissions". Recycling will not solve the climate crisis, shutting down the oil industry will. Luckily is doing just that right now:
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Laura MacKenzie May 21
"We can't ignore the links between corporate power, privilege & climate change... When we're done with the containers here let's go down to the Home Office" ⁦⁩ being awesome on at
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Greenpeace Jun 18
Everything sounds impossible until it’s done.
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Mary Jane King Jun 15
Saturday telling BP to stop drilling and switch to renewables
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Nenagh-eye...World.Citizens. Jun 9
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Amy Hodgson Jun 9
30 million barrels of oil 🤯 stop putting profit over planet and start to act like it’s a - thanks to for taking direct action
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