Three years after one of the worst environmental disasters in history, workers have dug up a massive chunk of weathered crude from the shallows off a Louisiana beach.
The Exxon Pegasus pipeline, which was shut down on March 29 after a rupture was detected in an Arkansas residential area, will need to be excavated as the company looks to determine what caused a massive oil leak.
Rosemont Copper Company intends to dump billions of tons of mine waste laced with mercury, lead, arsenic and other poisons on more than 3,000 acres of the Coronado National Forest in Southern Arizona.
It's nice to see this getting some attention in the media again instead of being drowned out completely by nonsense. We're going to be dealing with th
It's really terrible that this disaster hasn't drawn more attention from our media here in America. I've seen some slim coverage of the disaster o
(The Sunshine Coast, near Brisbane, on 13 Mar 2009, after a ship lost a mere 30 to 100 tonnes of fuel). New Zealand is a tiny island country
Cenk Uygur on Miss "Drill, Baby, Drill" Palin and her lastest tweet where she says she's praying for the residents of the Gulf Coast and that she un
From The Daily Show: Sean Hannity blames the drought affecting California farmers on the government and a tiny fish.
Well, my goodness. It looks as though the people in the path of that massive ash spill are going to be, um, immunologically challenged! Yes, despite
[media id=7016] [H/t Heather] The environmental disaster first disclosed a few days ago is growing much bigger than authorities described: A coal as