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17 Oct, 2013 07:07

Green-peaceful?

Peaceful protest or environmental extremism? Green activists saving the planet or pirates endangering lives? The characterization of Greenpeace’s recent campaign on a Russian Arctic oil rig depends on one’s political views. But can such controversial actions achieve their noble goals, or are they little more than a dangerous ploy to attract publicity? Kumi Naidoo, the Executive Director of Greenpeace, joins Oksana to wrangle over these questions.

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