Royal Dutch Shell’s oil development project on Sakhalin Island in Russia’s Far East is the largest such project in the world, and has wrecked havoc on the fragile marine biodiversity of the region and damaged the way of life of Sakhalin’s citizens. The Russian government has recently revoked Shell’s permit to work on the project, but that’s not the whole story.Pacific Environment’s Sara Moore has been to Sakhalin, and tells Betsy what she’s seen, who she’s talked to, and what she knows about Royal Dutch Shell. LISTEN (12 min)

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