This video is called BP Beyond Pollution.
From Left Food Forward blog in Britain:
Coalition in danger of being ‘oiliest government ever’
The Cameron administration has a firm aspiration to be the ‘greenest government ever‘, but the reality is turning out to be quite different. Alongside having a transport secretary who advocates gas-guzzling changes to public policy, and continuing to encourage road-building in a time of austerity, it turns out that the person almost certain to head up the coalition’s environment and energy policy is a former BP policy advisor.
The government of Norway decided today to reject oil drilling in ecologically sensitive waters just above the Arctic circle, partly because of worries over a disaster like the Gulf of Mexico oil spill: here.
I’d been wondering why we’ve heard so little in recent weeks about the spike in dolphin deaths along the Alabama and Mississippi coasts. Turns out federal officials have ordered scientists to keep quiet: here.
England: Support for ‘locked out’ BP workers: here.
- Nobody Extracting Tar Sands Has Any Idea How to Clean Them Up (sierraclub.typepad.com)
- Science to be key factor in lawsuit against oil and gas companies for coastal loss (thelensnola.org)
- New indictments issued against former BP engineer, exec in Gulf oil spill case (fuelfix.com)
- No One Knows How to Stop These Tar-Sands Oil Spills (readersupportednews.org)