- The Space ReviewNov 02 11:28 AM
There is precedent on Earth for countries to take legal action if the suffer the environmental impacts of another nation's activities, but what happens in outer space? Urbano Fuentes examines what legal regimes might work on the Moon and beyond.
- Discovery NewsNov 11 09:30 AM
Chemicals meant to help microbes eat spilled oil in the Gulf of Mexico may have ruined their appetite. Continue reading →
U.S. Justice Department Along With The State Of Alaska Have Repeatedly Failed To Collect Money From ExxonMobil Over ...International Business TimesNov 25 06:04 AM
The U.S. Justice Department and the state of Alaska have failed repeatedly to collect money for a long-term recovery plan from Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE: XOM) after its tanker spilled millions of gallons of oil off the Alaska coast almost 25 years ago, an environmental group said Monday.
- CBC British ColumbiaNov 14 11:03 AM
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's move to "formalize" a moratorium on crude oil tankers off B.C.'s North Coast is a harsh a blow to an industry reeling after the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline.
- CBC British ColumbiaNov 13 12:01 PM
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called for a moratorium on crude oil tanker traffic for B.C.'s North Coast, a move that some environmental activists say will de facto kill the Northern Gateway pipeline project.
- Seattle TimesNov 29 04:05 PM
First responders, businesses, labor unions, and conservationists stand united against Vancouver Energy proposal.
- Canberra TimesNov 14 06:50 AM
BHP was struggling even before the mine disaster in Brazil and some mud, so to speak, is bound to stick.
- NewswiseNov 24 09:42 AM
Eagles feasting on winterkill fish aren't an inspiring sight to most young women, but they were to Anne Schaefer. The outing was fieldwork for an ornithology class at South Dakota State University that set Schaefer on the path to becoming an avian research assistant at the Prince William Sound Science Center in Cordova, Alaska.
- MoneymanagerNov 17 12:25 PM
BHP was struggling even before the mine disaster in Brazil where a half-owned dam broke, resulting in at least six drownings. Some mud, so to speak, is bound to stick.
- U-T San DiegoNov 27 02:36 PM
Union-Tribune letters to the editor for Nov. 28, 2015.