Eight years later, scientists are confirming the lasting impact of the BP oil spill -- and what may have made it worse.
One of the reports also sheds light on the effect on herring of a 1989 spill in Alaska.
90 companies accounted for 65 percent of worldwide carbon emissions between 1854 and 2013.
Oil and Gas Roots Dubbed the "Chaos Company" in an April 2014 Vanity Fair article, G4S is often brought into the stickiest
"This was retail politics, and oil lost," was how Adrienne Alvord of UCS summed up the stunning environmental victory Tuesday
OO Pacific Islands Nations Consider World's First Treaty To Ban Fossil Fuels - The 14 countries would ban new coalmines and
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NATURAL REPERCUSSIONS Solar and wind capacity will become cheaper than gas or coal without any incentives after 2020. Why
Big foundations such as Ford are taking on inequality, and we commend them for their ambition and also wholly support their
"What are you going to wear to get arrested?" That's a question I never thought I would hear from my wife, but it was what she asked me as I mentally prepared to be arrested as part of a non-violent direct action protesting the petroleum industry and demanding a just transition to renewable energy this past Sunday.
Activists shut down the British Museum on the opening day of BP-funded exhibition "Sunken Cities."
On the sixth anniversary of the spill, new research reveals its true scope.
BP is humiliated by rare rejection of "say on pay" proposal.
The Institute is funded by $500 million from BP but is 100 percent independent, according to the Chair of the Institute board
Drilling and seismic are heavy industrial bedfellows. Blasting our ocean with seismic airgun explosions in a hunt for oil and gas reserves will forever harm our whales, turtles and fish. And it blows the locks off the doors to keep offshore drilling out for good.
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In recent years, there has been political escalation in Indonesia with regards to the issue of Papua. In particular, this is the result of reports produced on the increasing activities of the Papuan independence movement, orchestrated by its leader, Benny Wenda.