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This was a really powerful, spirited, soulful, celebratory and angrday. Last year we wrote to NPG boss Sandy Nairne about BP and tasands, and received no response. This time we came in our hundreds, leby our excellent Canadian friends, leaving the NPG, Canadian Embassand BP itself in no doubt that we will not allow a narcotising drip ogreenwash divert us from our commitment to make sure the tar sandremain undrilled...
Original press release:
BP'S "BLOODY PETROLEUM" TARGETED IN PROTEST BY INDIGENOUS ACTIVISTS AND CLIMATE CAMP
Indigenous Canadian activists and a large number of Climate Camperwill arrive in the centre of London on Tuesday morning to take actioagainst BP and the Canadian government. The indigenous activists [1have spent the week at the Camp for Climate Action on Blackheath, texpose BP's role in the most destructive fossil fuel project on thplanet.