Stop Equinor before it's too late



Equinor, stay away from our beautiful bite!

Equinor's “Environment Plan” could be approved this month, which means drilling could begin next summer in one of the most precious places on Earth.

Meanwhile, explosive new research released by Greenpeace has exposed Equinor's shocking safety record and their terrifying 'response plan' if a spill occurs. 

Over the past twelve months, the number of serious safety incidents in Equinor’s Norwegian and North Sea operations has more than doubled, putting the lives of its workers and the environment at risk.

 Email Equinor Now


We don't have much time. Equinor could be approved by the regulator by November 14 this year. Now is the moment to turn the dial up and force Equinor out for the Bight before it's too late.

Click here to email Equinor

 

Source: https://act.greenpeace.org.au/emailequinor

 

 

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