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Cork man sues for damages over alleged unlawful arrest at Shell to Sea protest

By: 
Ann O'Loughlin - Irish Examiner

A High Court jury is due to begin considering its verdict on a damages action by a man who claims he was unlawfully assaulted by gardaí during a Shell to Sea protest in Co. Mayo.

The protest held on August 20, 2011, was aimed at frustrating the approach to the Shell refinery entrance of a vehicle convoy on the public road at Glenamoy, near Belmullet.

A video recording of the protest was shown during Raymond Hanrahan’s case against the Garda Commissioner and State.

Posted Date: 
20 February 2020

Fred Wilcox speaking about his book on Corrib - Shamrocks and Oil Slicks

By: 
Deep Green Resistance

 

Fred Wilcox—Environmental anti-war activist—Derrick Jensen Resistance Radio—2019-12-01

Posted Date: 
23 December 2019

Canadian pension group has taken €414m from Corrib gas

By: 
Gordon Deegan - Irish Times

The Canadian-owned entity that acquired Shell Ireland’s 45 per cent interest in Corrib gas has already taken €414.8 million in dividends from the operation of the gas field.

Posted Date: 
11 October 2019

Revealed: the 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions

By: 
Matthew Taylor and Jonathan Watts - TheGuardian

New data shows how fossil fuel companies have driven climate crisis despite industry knowing dangers

The Guardian today reveals the 20 fossil fuel companies whose relentless exploitation of the world’s oil, gas and coal reserves can be directly linked to more than one-third of all greenhouse gas emissions in the modern era.

Posted Date: 
11 October 2019
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