Newly released satellite image maps taken since Hurricane Katrina show oil slicks in the Gulf of Mexico. The images, which were made public today by Greenpeace and satellite imagery experts at SkyTruth.org, indicate that oil spills are coming...
Four years after 9/11, a simulated terrorist attack on a chlorine rail car was acted out in front of the U.S. Capitol today to protest inaction by Congress and the Bush Administration. As 50 people lay silently in memory of the victims of 9/11...
Concerned about the dangers posed by a release of toxic chemicals in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Greenpeace has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), asking for a complete accounting...
Local resident contemplates the roof of his home perched on a nearby tree after Hurricane Charley.
Here's us: Mark Floegel on the left and Mike Johnson on the right. We're using GPS to navigate in a region that's virtually unrecognizable, where street signs rarely exist.
And the remaining signs have new meaning.
Then again, no one we've seen has been adequately protected from the toxins they're surrounded by.
We've seen residents, with little protection, who are constantly being exposed to toxins. No one we've spoken with has received safety instructions or heard word from their friendly neighborhood oil companies.
Hurricane winds of up to 150 miles per hour ripped through the region, and ripped through this refinery as well.
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