environmental disaster

More than 660 tons of oil remains aboard the Hong Kong-flagged ship, which is continuing to leak.
I scored "Deepwater Horizon" a high water 8 out of 10. The film is primarily seen from the perspective of Mike Williams (Mark
It is vital that the world sees UNEA - the world's most powerful decision-making body on the environment - as an opportunity to develop programs and policies that promote the environmentally-sound recycling of lead batteries.
“This isn’t just a Porter Ranch problem -- the gas doesn’t know borders.”
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The chemical dispersants slowed down oil-eating bacteria in the water.
Treatment would cost millions of dollars, and do nothing to contain the thousands of other toxic streams across the nation.
To restore the Gulf will take a comprehensive, holistic approach. We have to mitigate the environmental effects of the oil spill as well correct for prior problems triggered by stressors.
Corporations, and governments too, have an incentive to limit the freedom of the press. These are powerful entities, often in cahoots, that can and will ignore the First Amendment when they can get away with it.
Just three days after the U.S. Coast Guard admiral in charge of the BP oil spill cleanup declared little recoverable surface
Once I had decided to work on Franketienne for my thesis, what initially interested me in his work was his use of Vodou as
A Canadian company looking to build the first new uranium mill in the United States in nearly three decades is burning through
Any readers clamoring to relive the oil-darkened spring of 2010 will have plenty of opportunity. Publishers have bought at
There are no published photos or videos that we've been able to find, no stories that describe the oil-encrusted dorsal fins and odd behavior that suggest an under-reported environmental catastrophe.
The disaster of BP should be a lesson to the world: stop environmental abuses before they escalate to unmanageable levels. In other industries, the same inevitable environmental destruction must be avoided.
Are reporters in this country really this historically ignorant, or is this all just about hyping the story of the moment? The "nation's worst environmental disaster"? Who decided that?
Bureaucracies swing into action, the presidential phalanx seeks the limelight, and every crisis/disaster/emergency becomes