by Katie Valentine & Emily Atkin Posted on April 20, 2015
"There is no way to know with precision how much oil discharged into the Gulf of Mexico."
by Josh Israel Posted on April 19, 2015
"You see tar balls that are washing up. And what it points to is the fact that oil is still in the system and, just because we can't always see it everywhere we go, it's still out there."
by Samantha Page Posted on April 17, 2015
BP shareholders voted that the company should provide more information about its "preparation for the low carbon transition."
by Katie Valentine Posted on April 14, 2015
The rules target blowout preventers and other pieces of drilling equipment that are key to well safety.
by Emily Atkin Posted on March 30, 2015
The common loon, blue crab, red snapper, and sperm whale are among the animals named in the NWF's report.
by Samantha Page Posted on March 24, 2015
BP didn't say why it chose to leave ALEC, but environmentalists and climate change activists are applauding the move.
by Emily Atkin Posted on February 13, 2015
BP has vehemently denied that the oil spill was the direct cause of any adverse impacts to dolphin health.
by Ari Phillips Posted on February 8, 2015
"This strike is NOT about money, this is about addressing safety issues that have been ignored for way too long."
by Katie Valentine Posted on January 30, 2015
Now that the oil is buried in the sediment of the Gulf's floor, it's part of the food chain, and could impact the health of fish and other marine life.
by Katie Valentine Posted on January 16, 2015