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Deepwater Horizon BOP extraction. Image: Deepwater Horizon Response/flickr
Andrea Harden-Donahue | BP, the company responsible for the Deepwater Horizon spill, wants to explore offshore drilling in Nova Scotia.
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Aleah Loney | From BP to the recent Alberta oil spill, these are the reasons Aleah Loney continues to take a stand against extraction projects and fossil fuel expansion in Canada and beyond.
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Christine Geovanis | At the foot of BP Whiting's tar sands refinery sits the Indiana community of Marktown. It inconveniently lies directly within a potential blast zone should the plant experience a catastrophic failure.
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Christine Geovanis | Three months ago, BP's massive Whiting, Indiana tar sands refinery spilled 1,600 gallons of oil into the largest freshwater system in the world. But that's nothing compared to what's coming.
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Sean Mullen | Earlier this month BP announced that a settlement had been proposed between the company and those affected by the oil spill. Antonia Juhasz says that BP jumped the gun to mollify investors.
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Megan Hagist | One year after the worst oil spill in U.S. history began, key questions about its environmental impact remain unanswered.
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Sarah Laskow | An Ecuadorian judge ordered Chevron this week to pay $8.6 billion in damages for polluting the Amazon rainforest from 1964 until 1990.
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Sarah Laskow | The National Oil Spill Commission released its report on last year's BP oil spill this week.
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Sarah Laskow | Yesterday, Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA) took Obama administration officials to task for encouraging Americans to believe that the majority of the oil in the Gulf of Mexico had dispersed.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | Is the IV Bag half-empty or half-full? Theda Skocpol, the author of a forthcoming book on President Barack Obama’s health care reforms, argues in the Nation that progressives are underrating reform.
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rabbleTV | Teams of Greenpeace volunteers shut down BP stations across London this week.
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Sean Mullen | Richard Steiner was deeply involved in the aftermath of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. He just returned from working at the site of BP's Deepwater Horizon gusher and on the Gulf Coast.