By Michael Brune on July 24, 2012
Beginning this weekend, the Sierra Club and its allies will hold We Are the Kalamazoo events across North America to mark this two-year anniversary of the largest and most toxic inland oil spill in U.S. history
By ProPublica on December 21, 2011
A bill to strengthen oil and gas pipeline safety regulations awaits President Obama’s signature. But while many applaud Congress’s move toward more oversight, others question whether the impending law goes far enough.
By Timothy Hurst on December 17, 2010
Remember those $360-million sand berms the federal government ordered BP to build in the Gulf of Mexico to protect coastal Louisiana from the damaging ecological impact of oil from the BP oil spill? It turns out they didn’t really do much, at least not in terms of capturing any significant amount of oil.
By Timothy Hurst on December 14, 2010
Stephen Colbert’s June 16 Tweet about the new word for Tweets, thanks to the BP oil spill, has been named the most Retweeted Tweet of 2010