• Puppeteers transport Aurora, the double decker bus sized polar bear, from in front of Shell HQ in London as Greenpeace activists celebrate Royal Dutch Shell's decision to stop Arctic oil drilling. Tuesday Sept. 29, 2015. Now Shell has announced its Arctic exit, the bear will be transported to Paris where the nations of the world will soon gather to negotiate a deal on climate change. See PA story ENVIRONMENT Shell. (Anthony Devlin/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT

    Alaska fears fallout of Shell’s Arctic drilling decision

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Royal Dutch Shell’s decision to end its quest for oil in the Arctic waters off Alaska sparked jubilation among environmental activists, who said Tuesday that they will seize the opportunity to seek an end to all drilling to in the region.