GREENPEACE NORTH SEA OIL RIG PROTEST PROMPTS INJUNCTION

AS A RESULT, IT MISSED ITS ANNUAL TARGET TO CUT EMISSIONS BY 90 PERCENT BY 2050 UNDER THE CLIMATE CHANGE SCOTLAND ACT 2009.

GREENPEACE HAS BEEN SERVED WITH AN INJUNCTION TO PREVENT ITS CLIMATE PROTESTERS CONTINUING THEIR OCCUPATION OF AN OIL RIG JUST OFFSHORE IN SCOTLAND.

"These statistics show that there can be no room for complacency," she said.

Greenpeace has been served with an injunction to prevent its climate protesters continuing their occupation of an oil rig just offshore in Scotland. Two Greenpeace activists boarded the platform in the Cromarty Firth north...

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