Greenpeace: Total serves Danish government easy climate victory

According to Greenpeace, Danish parliament should see Total's exit from the country's eighth oil tender round as a golden opportunity to drop all new exploration in the North Sea.

Greenpeace protests near Denmark's first oil platform, Dan Bravo, in August. | Photo: PR / Greenpeace/Greenpeace NORDIC - Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway

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