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5 Things I've Learned 5 Years After The BP Oil Spill
15-year-old environmental artist and activist
I've been told that in the darkest nights, the brightest stars are seen. Five years ago, the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010 was one of those nights.
You Might Have Forgotten The BP Oil Spill, But These Animals Haven't
Gulf War Syndrome Comes to the Gulf of Mexico?
Claudia S. Miller, M.D., M.S.
Visiting Senior Scientist, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public ...
Not one dime has been allocated to study how toxic exposures resulting from this disaster may have rendered thousands of individuals chemically intolerant and suffering from the same disabling multi-system symptoms that continue to afflict Gulf War veterans.
Oil Disaster Trial Phase 2: BP vs. Reality
President and CEO, Ocean Conservancy
It does not require a court decision, however, to arrive at the simple conclusion that BP must pay -- and that it should pay in full -- for restoration of the Gulf. BP has veered off the path it was on 3 years ago to take responsibility for the damage it caused.
WATCH: A History Of BP's Ads Since The Gulf Spill
The Daily Szep -- BP's $4.5 Billion Fine
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist
Did Oil From The BP Spill Kill This Young Sperm Whale?
Battling for Birds After the BP Oil Spill (PHOTOS)
The oil-slicked seabirds have flown off to bluer oceans, but the padded pool used to recuperate them remains, a thoughtful placeholder should they need to return.
Report From Tokyo: How Long Should TEPCO Call the Shots?
President, David Wagner & Company
One has to wonder how long Tokyo Electric Power should call the shots. There is something inherently wrong with allowing the hen to rule the hen house. Yet that is what is happening.
One Year Later, Congressional Action Long Overdue
Jamie Rappaport Clark
President & CEO, Defenders of Wildlife
The only way to ensure we won't forever condemn future generations to cleaning up our messes is to stop making them in the first place. That means ensuring drilling companies are responsible for fixing their mistakes.
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BP Continues To Do What They Do Best: Thwart Media Coverage Of The Oil Spill
BP to Feinberg: Stop Paying People So Much
BP says Feinberg's estimates of the damage caused by the historic blowout were way too pessimistic and that his calculations for payments to impacted Gulf residents are off base and inaccurate.
Comparing the Chilean Miners' Rescue to the BP Oil Spill
'It's as if a Nuclear Apocalypse has Gone Off in the Gulf'
Radio host, journalist, allisonkilkenny.com
All the right rich people want the Gulf squared in their rearview mirrors. The oil companies want to drill, and many politicians want the oil companies to stay happy so they can secure their donations come election time.
PHOTOS: Commit To A Weekend Without Oil With These Top Petroleum-Free Products
Founder, Near Future Summit & Founder, Ecofabulous.com
PHOTOS: First Oiled Turtles Released Back Into The Wild
Environmental newspaper columnist
Everyone wants to make amends to coastal Louisiana, but it is best not to do so by trying to replicate nature. Better to facilitate the opportunity for nature to run her course.
Profiting From The BP Oil Spill -- The Gulf Coast 'Spillionaires' (PHOTOS)
Nate C. Hindman
Your New BFF, the Chemical Industry
Alison Rose Levy
Health, food and environmental journalist; radio host, Progres...
The SCC says we need "Public safety information for all chemicals, and prompt action to phase out the most dangerous chemicals." Our BFF only wants to studying a handful of those chemicals.
Who is Helping Resolve the Oil Spill? (Infographic)
Brian Clark Howard
Too Bad to Fail
Screenwriter, Playwright, Lyricist, author of musicals Rothsch...
Instead of too big to fail, BP is too bad to fail. We cannot set in motion the laws that would ruin it because in doing so they may not have the resources to make good on the damages.
Oil Spill Volunteers Growing Impatient With BP
Jonathan Daniel Harris
Evolving to Survive: What We Must Do
Taoist monk, author, speaker
Consumption, a term once applied to a wasting disease, is about filling a yawning emotional hole.
BP OIl Spill Inspires New Xbox 360 Game
Rep. Markey Wants All Oil Response Resources Directed To The Gulf, Introduces Bills To Improve 'Tool Kit'
Boat Company Owners Design Special Boat To Rescue Wildlife In Gulf
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