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Chevron's excuses go into overdrive

Despite being found guilty, Chevron is still trying to squirm out of responsibility for its massive oil spills in the Amazon, as this video hilariously demonstrates.

Filed in: Oil Pollution

Chevron found guilty in Ecuador… again

But it won’t be long before they come up with another excuse, says Mike G from the Rainforest Action Network.

Filed in: Ecuador Environment Forests Oil Pollution

Fracking the world

Hydraulic fracturing, or ‘fracking’ – Big Oil’s newest way to extract natural gas from an exhausted planet – comes with a terrible environmental price tag. Joyce Nelson digs deeper.

Filed in: Canada Oil Pollution United States

Bhopal disaster

Water contamination causes further tragedy for survivors.

Filed in: India Pollution

The Bay of Napoli

Horatio Morpurgo visits the scene of the Napoli, a container ship grounded off the coast of Britain, to see what lies beneath it.

Filed in: Oceans Pollution

The rise of slime

Red tides, jelly-fish plagues, explosions of primitive organisms. Kenneth R Weiss reports on evolution in reverse. PLUS: An illustrated guide to Ocean Currents.

Filed in: Oceans Pollution

The answer to climate change is social change

Carbon offsets are not a solution. There are no quick fixes, time to ditch the guilt and get active argues Adam Ma’anit.

Filed in: Climate Change Energy Forests Pollution Science

Lost in translation

Filed in: Corporations Pollution

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From desert storms to plane travel and smokestacks, how the air we breathe may prove to be our downfall.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Pollution

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