Exxon Tries to Downplay Yellowstone Oil Spill

At least 42,000 gallons of oil released; Missouri River threatened by plume; DOT warned Exxon about the pipeline last year

Source:
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/07/03/national/main20076585.shtml

Gulf Oil Spill Blood Tests Reveal Alarming Levels Of Toxic Chemicals In Residents

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/22/gulf-oil-spill-blood_n_812398.html

Where are the Tons of BP’s Oil-spill Garbage Going?

Why, to landfills located near minority communities, of course.

Source:
http://www.smirkingchimp.com/thread/bill-berkowitz/30682/toxic-nightmare-where-are-the-tons-of-bps-oil-spill-garbage-going

What if BP had spilled Solar Panels, not Oil? [InfoGraphic]

What if the hundreds of millions of gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf had been solar panels instead of crude oil? Exactly how much power could you create on the surface area of the oil spill?

Source:
http://1bog.org/what-if-bp-had-spilled-solar-panels-instead-of-oil-infographic/

Man to Unleash Suffering Upon BP Via Vuvuzela

We managed to catch up with the mastermind behind the idea
of bizarre, maybe totally brilliant plan to punish the bigwigs at BP for their negligence leading to the oil spill in the Gulf via a band of voracious vuvuzela players stationed outside of their headquarters in London.

Source:
http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/archives/2010/07/vuvuzela_tk.php

A High-Risk Egg Race To Save The Sea Turtles

Each year, thousands of baby sea turtles scramble from their nests in the Florida Panhandle’s sandy beaches and Alabama coasts into the water.

As the oil spill coats Gulf Coast beaches, rescuers are hatching a daring plan to save as many as 70,000 sea turtle eggs from the disaster.

Source:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=128276036

BP claims czar: Not everyone will get paid

The new head of the Gulf Coast disaster’s claims fund says his first two priorities will be to cut bigger checks and send them out faster to the oil spill’s economic victims.

Source:
http://money.cnn.com/2010/06/30/smallbusiness/kenneth_feinberg/

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