On May 12th at 10am, a creative protest took over the street outside BP’s London headquarters in St James’s Square. The performance protest was timed to coincide with the start of the company’s Annual General Meeting for shareholders at 11am, which was happening within the building and online. The protest, organized by a coalition of … More BP AGM Hit by Messy Greenwash Protest
This morning, we returned to the British Museum’s Great Court where we held a protest in solidarity with Indigenous Arctic communities whose sacred lands are under immediate threat from oil drilling. It was part of a day of action called by Gwich’in and Iñupiaq-led Indigenous groups in Alaska, against the Trump administration’s push to open … More We join call for end to Arctic drilling from inside the British Museum!
In February, 1500 people joined us to protest BP’s sponsorship of the British Museum. We peacefully occupied the building and grounds for three days to shine a spotlight on the oil company’s impacts around the world, and the ways in which the museum’s own history and that of its sponsor were born out of colonialism … More Our statement on the reopening of the British Museum