Chemicals used to break up the Deepwater Horizon oil spill before it reaches shore could do lasting damage to the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, environmental scientists say.
By BP's own account, it has mobilised a third of the
LONDON - Party leaders criss-crossed Britain in a frantic final day of campaigning on Wednesday as they battled to win over undecided voters, before what is expected to be the closest election contest in decades.
Sunday 9th May 2010 12:30 am - 6:30 pm ---- GATHERING & INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY AFTERNOON
AT "LA CHAPELLE" 36, RUE DANIELLE CASANOVA (COMPANS METRO STATION) TOULOUSE SUPPORT FOR
THE BELGRADE 6 ! ---- 6 ASI-AIT comrades, released after an arbitrary incarceration of
more than five months and persecuted because of their social activities, are still victims
of unlawful procedures.
<p>Tonight’s tragic deaths in Athens leave little space for comments – we are all very shocked and deeply saddened by the events. To t...
Occasionally you come across an anti-peak-oil polemic that's so self-defeating that it makes you wonder if our problems might not in fact be a lot greater, and more urgent, than you had previously considered.
Leave it to the tar sands industry-- including CEO Rick George of Suncor (partners with the Canadian Boreal Initiative and the Pembina Institute) to find a way to spin the disaster in the Gulf as a good thing for the tar sands players. Yuck. These people simply do not have any morals or scruples and know no limits to their depths (so let's partner up with them!).
Three people have suffocated to death as a result of a fire in Marfin Bank during ongoing battles between anti-measure protesters and police in Ath...
I am on record as believing that the de-industrialization of our agriculture is both wise and inevitable - I do not believe we will have the wealth, the energy resources or the ability to absorb the outputs of our present agricultural model over the long term, and that because such a transition is necessary, we'd be better off doing it sooner than later, and more gradually than not.
Li Ka-shing May Tap Israel for Oil-Sands Technology (For use in BP/Husky's Sunrise Project)
May 04, 2010
By Alisa Odenheimer and Mark Lee
May 4 (Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing may invest in Israeli oil-sands companies to expand his interests in energy production.
<p>In August 2007, Alexandra Svoboda was among a group of Providence, Rhode Island-based IWW members who marched up Mineral Spring Avenue in North ...
It gives me the greatest pleasure this morning to launch the Totnes Energy Descent Action Plan website.
BP has managed to seal the smallest of the three
leaks spilling oil into the Gulf of Mexico, the company says.
is still gushing into the sea at a rate of about 800,000 litres a day,
but officials say working with only two leaks makes tackling the spill
Members of grass-roots Internet groups MoveOn and Free
Press have flooded the White House and Federal
Communications Commission with calls urging the FCC to assert
authority over Internet access providers so th
St. Paul, MN - Today, the Center for Constitutional
Rights (CCR) with co-counsel De Leon & Nestor and Weil, Gotshal
& Manges LLP, filed a federal lawsuit against the
Minneapolis and St.
The situation in the trade union movement in Kazakhstan is complex and quite difficult. The processes under way within the organizations and amongst the working masses are in many ways reminiscent of the changes taking place in Russia. In essence, there is no unified labor movement in the country.