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"Deepwater Horizon" Tells a Personal Story
Jackie K. Cooper
Poisoning the Earth and Our Health
Nestor Batio Bassiere
Minister of Environment for Burkina Faso
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.
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters
Here’s What It’s Like To Live Next To California’s Gas Blowout Catastrophe
“This isn’t just a Porter Ranch problem -- the gas doesn’t know borders.”
#SouMinasGerais: The Arts Benefit Mining Tragedy Victims in Brazil
Communications dude / Author of "The Hero in Me" / Art fan
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Products Used To Clean Up Gulf Oil Spill May Have Made Things Worse, Study Finds
The chemical dispersants slowed down oil-eating bacteria in the water.
Cleaning Up Toxic Yellow Sludge Is Just The Beginning Of EPA's Mine Problems
By Mathew Brown, Michael Biesecker and P. Solomon Banda, Associated Press
Treatment would cost millions of dollars, and do nothing to contain the thousands of other toxic streams across the nation.
Four Years After the BP Oil Spill, Hope for a Full Recovery in the Gulf Remains Strong Despite Slow Progress
Interim Director of Ocean Conservancy’s Gulf Restoration Program
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.
Animal Abuse, Oil Leaks, and the Freedom of the Press
Professor of sociology based in Los Angeles
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.
Massive Stretches Of Oil Spotted In Gulf Of Mexico
Franketienne: Haiti's First Nobel Laureate - Hopefully
James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation
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Energy Fuels Has Money For New Uranium Mill, But Not A Cleanup
Books On The Oil Spill Start To Surface
New Photos Show Oil-Soaked Dolphins Struggling in Barataria Bay, Louisiana
Writer and author
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.
An Environmental Disaster We CAN Avoid: Canadian Mining in Guatemala
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.
Gulf Oil Spill Reporting: Cue The Hyperbole
Reporter, Alaska Dispatch
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?
Why America Suffers From One Catastrophe After Another and Why It Will Keep Happening
ExxonMobil to Launch Takeover Bid for BP So as Not to Fall Into Second Place for Pollution
Retired Editor-in-Chief of 'National Geographic'
According to ExxonMobil's CEO: "It is our duty as Americans to recapture this important record for the Red, White and Blue. No one should foul our beaches and destroy the lives of the people of the Gulf Coast except an American company."
Quebec Fires Cast an Eerie Haze Over New England's Memorial Day
Doctoral Candidate and Instructor of American History
As I gave thanks for the soldiers and veterans on Memorial Day, I thought too about how we as citizen soldiers in the fight against environmental catastrophe should try to emulate their valor.
Earth Day Atonement: 10 Environmental Disasters to Remember
Author: Journalist, Historian, Playwright, www.jeffbiggers.com
Ten tragic lessons in our nation's environmental history that should never be forgotten. And one climate destabilization tragedy in the making that needs our urgent help.
The New Survivalism
A First Hand Account of the TVA Coal Ash Disaster in Kingston, TN
TVA is telling the public not to worry, the water is safe, the coal ash is inert, but officials with TVA and EPA have already lost some credibility with the local residents.
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