There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Julie Goldman

    The Federal Reserve took a potential step Tuesday to limit big banks’ activities in physical commodities, publicly outlining concerns with bank investments in ventures that can lead to deadly oil spills, pipeline ruptures and natural gas explosions. The expected move comes after months of criticism by U.S. lawmakers that large banks’ recent expansion into businesses such as oil fields and tankers, metals warehouses, and chemical pipelines poses risks to the U.S. economy and financial system.

  • I AM

    Halliburton Admits Guilt in Gulf Oil Spill Case, But Why is This Good News for BP? - YouTube

  • Sena Serene

    Via @nprnews: Trial Set To Start On BP's Responsibility For Gulf Oil Spill //The Deepwater Horizon oil rig burned on April 21, 2010.

Related Pins

Oil And Gas In The World Economy Infographic #News from Mauritius Oil and Gas, Boulle Mining Group www.jboullemining...

If you thought tiger claw brings good luck, imagine having twenty and still being killed. The Most Powerful Ads Of The World Wildlife Fund


Two years after the start of the BP oil spill, dolphins in the northern Gulf of Mexico are dying in unprecedented numbers.

As home to half the world’s estimated population of tigers, Indian measures to combat the stubborn threat of poaching are bound to come under serious international scrutiny.

Arkansas: Tar-sands oil isn’t Exxon doesn't have to pay. Since it’s not oil-oil, ExxonMobil hasn’t paid into the government clean-up fund that would help bankroll the epic scrub-down necessary to rid poor unsuspecting Mayflower, Ark., of all that sludge. “A 1980 law ensures that diluted bitumen is not classified as oil, and companies transporting it in pipelines do not have to pay into the federal Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund,” says Climate Progress.

Glenn Hurowitz of Grist to the rescue. He wrote a great op-ed in the LA Times about the omnipresence of palm oil in everything from shampoo to cookies, finding rhino-killer in Oreos, Chewy Chips Ahoy!, Orville Redenbacher's popcorn, Hershey's Kisses "Hugs," Twix and more. And not just the mainstream stuff: it's in products from Burts Bees, Trader Joes, Whole Foods and other "green" sources.