Shell to resume Arctic drilling off Alaska as green groups warn of disaster

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Environmentalists accuse the government of ‘looking the other way’ after US gives green light for Shell to restart drilling for oil and gas

The US government has given Shell approval to restart drilling in the Arctic despite repeated warnings from environmentalists that it could lead to an ecological disaster. The Obama administration...

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