Here's How the Oil Industry Plans to Solve Climate Change
The fossil fuel industry is pushing lawmakers to implement a tax on carbon emissions, but environmentalists are skeptical of its newfound support for climate action.
Monitoring Deep-Sea Coral to Measure BP Oil Spill Fallout
The Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Mexican Gulf is still the largest marine oil spill in U.S. history, and its effects will be felt for decades to come.
The Maddening Silver Lining to BP’s $18.7 Billion Oil Spill Penalty
Five years after the Deepwater Horizon explosion, justice comes with an infuriating loophole.
Do We Have to Start Worrying About the Integrity of Museums Now?
Big oil companies like Shell and BP sponsor museums for good PR. But they're beginning to affect what's on display, too.
Slick With Denial: The Oil Industry's Inaction on Advancing Clean-Up Technology
The scrubbing, soaking, and skimming happening now on the Santa Barbara coast are the same methods used back in 1969.
The BP Deepwater Horizon Disaster Isn’t Over for the Gulf’s Whales and Dolphins
We’re still coming to terms with what toxins from the BP spill might be doing to the Gulf of Mexico's wildlife.
It's Been Five Years Since the Gulf Oil Disaster and the Government Has Done Almost Nothing to Prevent Another
Congress gets an F for stalling the implementation of new safety regulations.