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Step #1 in making a better coal ash law? Stop Duke’s corrupting influence

Blog by Brian Johnson | June 24, 2014

A very important bill is sailing through the North Carolina Senate. Only four months following Duke’s massive coal ash spill at Dan River plant, S729 is the senate’s working answer to Duke’s coal ash problem. Whether the bill will contain all...

Oil and Water Don’t Mix

Feature story | September 13, 2005 at 18:00

Letter to Bush

Page | September 27, 2005 at 14:13

Burgeoning oil disaster exposes need for immediate halt to new offshore oil

Media release | May 13, 2010 at 18:00

While news reports reveal official estimates may be underestimating the quantity of oil spreading into the Gulf of Mexico, Greenpeace is on the Gulf Coast conducting independent assessment of the environmental impacts and calling for an immediate...

Greenpeace: Obama must shelve Arctic drilling plans, call for offshore moratorium

Media release | April 29, 2010 at 18:00

Following the announcement by President Obama that there will be no expansion of offshore drilling until investigations into the BP Deepwater Disaster are complete, Greenpeace Executive Director, Philip Radford made the following statement:

Oil Slicks in Gulf of Mexico

Media release | September 13, 2005 at 18:00

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...

Is Exxon trying to hide the damage from their Tar Sands pipeline spill?

Blog by Jesse Coleman | April 4, 2013

Sure seems like it. According to reports from the ground, Exxon is in full control of the response to the 12,000 barrels of tar sands oil that began spilling from Exxon’s ruptured pipeline in Arkansas last weekend. The skies above … Continue...

Is Exxon trying to hide the damage from their Tar Sands pipeline spill?

Blog by Jesse Coleman | April 4, 2013

Sure seems like it. According to reports from the ground, Exxon is in full control of the response to the 12,000 barrels of tar sands oil that began spilling from Exxon’s ruptured pipeline in Arkansas last weekend. The skies above … Continue...

New documents show Exxon knew of dangerous contamination from their Arkansas tar...

Blog by Jesse Coleman | May 20, 2013

On March 29 ExxonMobil, the most profitable company in the world, spilled at least 210,000 gallons of tar sands crude oil from an underground pipeline in Mayflower, Arkansas. The pipeline was carrying tar sands oil from Canada, which flooded...

This is what it’s like to live in an oil industry disaster

Blog by Jesse Coleman | June 26, 2013

On March 29, ExxonMobil spilled hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude oil in the small town of Mayflower, Arkansas. Exxon, the most profitable corporation in history, has yet to account for more than 126,000 gallons of the spilled oil. … ...

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