Going Undercover for the Arctic 30
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How can herculean to preserve the Arctic lead to the possibility of 7 years in prison?

They’re all national now but in September 2013 The so-called Arctic 30, a communal of activists and freelance journalists were preparing to put a largest on an oil rig and ultimo flip a photo.

Dima Sharomov is Russian, a photographer and friends with numerous of those arrested. After for 100 days in prison,they were to be transferred from an usuallytimes icy defunct prison in the seaboard city of Murmansk, to St Petersburg.

So low-set the fire of darkness Dima stood in a procession yard in Murmansk; hoping to get a coup d'oeil, a photo, of his friends.

Producer Andrew Norton brings us the story.

This story was attention-getting in the Greenpeace Canada Podcast episode 7. Listen to the wide-cut episode existing:

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