That’s right you tree-hugging, lettuce munching environmentalists, the 15,000 barrels of oil sputzing into the Gulf of Mexico every day is your fault!
As the oil from the Deepwater Horizon disaster continues to spill into the Gulf of Mexico, anger at British Petroleum inspires critics to stage bold protests (via TIME.com)
Of all the people who have sprung into action to aid BP with the ongoing crisis in the Gulf, who would have guessed that James Cameron would be dismissed by the company outright?
Scientists remind us that not all the oil floating around in the Gulf is from an industrial accident. Just most of it.
Natural disasters tend to bring out the socially-minded celebrities, but the Gulf Oil Spill has truly taken the cake in forging an unlikely A-list (or is it B-list) alliance. Just think Waterworld meets Avatar, meets Bio-Dome.
The oil spill cleanup has a new force entering the cleanup conversation: the Justice Department.
We’ve come full circle: BP is back to trying something that didn’t work the first time in a desperate attempt to rein in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, now in its sixth week.
After three days of observation, BP has concluded that its latest effort to stop the massive undersea oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has failed, a company representative said Saturday.
Ahh, Memorial Day weekend. Nothing like catching the early summer smash: Top Kill.
The U.K. arm of the environmental group Greenpeace started a logo redesign contest for BP in the wake of the company’s massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The results? Predictably passive aggressive.
“The problem is that this is a man-made experiment we wish we hadn’t made,”
— JENNI EVANS, a professor of meteorology from Penn State University, on what would happen if a hurricane strikes oil-laden waters in the Gulf of …
Updated on May 27, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. ET