An unprecedented legal battle for our planet’s future is about to take place.
This November, one of the largest people-powered movements in modern history will assemble to fight climate change in a new and powerful way: by bringing it into the courtroom. Standing in the dock will be the Norwegian government, which recently sanctioned new areas for oil exploration in the Arctic. Unburnable will tell the story of this momentous legal challenge, and the global fight to protect our most fundamental human rights.
The Sun and the Darkness
Our modern world was built on oil. But how did we get to this point? With much of the ‘easy oil’ already consumed, we explore why the petroleum industry is now pushing into ever more remote and vulnerable areas like the Arctic. From indigenous life in the far north to first-hand accounts of the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico, we embark on a journey which brings us to the dawn of the next great energy revolution. Norway may have used its oil to become one of the richest nations on Earth but its leaders now have a big choice to make. And this time it’s not just an environmental debate…
Find out what you can do to support the fight against Arctic Oil by visiting savethearctic.org/unburnable
Produced By: Ivor Manley, Natalia Rodriguez and Cormac McAuliffe
Executive Producer: Harri Watson and Colm Roche
“Please consider the environment before printing this email” one of best lines (in context) I’ve heard in a podcast… https://t.co/rcgFGPzv1t
— Tom Fitzpatrick (@CNTomFitz) October 19, 2017
If you missed the first episode you can listen to it here:
The Storm – Unburnable Episode #1
Exciting news: Episode 1 of Unburnable, a #podcast on the historic court case against Arctic oil drilling, is here 🎧 https://t.co/m7OEPv4Pcv pic.twitter.com/aXlGL2SUTD
— Save The Arctic (@savethearctic) October 12, 2017
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