Lucy Lawless joins Richard Branson at UN summit
Fri, 22 Jun 2012 6:22p.m.
Actress Lucy Lawless has joined other celebrities in Rio de Janeiro backing a Greenpeace campaign against oil drilling and unsustainable fishing in the Arctic.
The campaign is pushing for a UN resolution that would establish a global sanctuary in the Arctic region and ban oil drilling and unsustainable fishing.
It comes as leaders wrap up a the Rio+20 Earth Summit conference on sustainable development and as oil company Shell prepares to start exploratory drilling in the region.
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