In the Interview: Jörg Feddern, Head of the Greenpeace Arctic Team
The twin reactors have left their home port of St. Petersburg for a long, slow journey to Siberia. Environmentalists have slammed the mobile maritime reactors, saying an accident could damage parts of the Arctic.
A Norwegian court has found that Arctic oil exploration licenses do not violate the country's constitution. Environmentalists have been ordered to pay the state's court costs. It is unclear if the groups will appeal.
An international tribunal has ruled that Russia must pay millions in damages to the Netherlands for seizing a Greenpeace icebreaker in 2013. Russian officials had also detained activists aboard the Dutch-flagged ship.
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