Coastal Care

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Tag: Oil Pollution

Why U.S. East Coast Should  Stay Off-Limits to Oil Drilling

Why U.S. East Coast Should Stay Off-Limits to Oil Drilling

It’s not just the potential for a catastrophic spill that makes the new proposal to open Atlantic Ocean waters to oil exploration such a bad idea. What’s worse is the cumulative impact on coastal ecosystems that an active oil industry would bring.

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Obama Rejects Keystone XL Bill

Obama Rejects Keystone XL Bill

President Obama vetoed legislation to authorize construction of a 1,179-mile pipeline that would carry 800,000 barrels of heavy petroleum a day from the oil sands of Alberta to ports and refineries on the Gulf Coast.

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Louisiana Coastal Erosion Lawsuit Against Oil Companies Dismissed By U.S. District Judge

Louisiana Coastal Erosion Lawsuit Against Oil Companies Dismissed By U.S. District Judge

A lawsuit filed in 2013 by a Louisiana flood board that sought damages — potentially in the billions of dollars — from scores of oil, gas and pipeline companies over erosion of the state’s fragile coast was thrown out Friday evening by a federal judge.

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Galapagos Emergency Over Stranded Ship

Galapagos Emergency Over Stranded Ship

Ecuador has announced a state of emergency in the Galapagos Islands, a week after a cargo ship with hazardous materials ran aground there.

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Shell Wants To Drill Off Alaska Coast Again, If It Can Get The Permits

Shell Wants To Drill Off Alaska Coast Again, If It Can Get The Permits

Royal Dutch Shell PLC will move forward with drilling off Alaska’s northwest coast if it can obtain permits it needs and drill safely, its chief executive officer said…

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White House to Propose Allowing Oil Drilling Off Atlantic Coast

White House to Propose Allowing Oil Drilling Off Atlantic Coast

The Obama administration on Tuesday will announce a proposal to open up coastal waters from Virginia to Georgia for oil and gas drilling.

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Shell Agrees $84m Deal Over Niger Delta Oil Spill

Shell Agrees $84m Deal Over Niger Delta Oil Spill

Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to a $84m (£55m) settlement with residents of the Bodo community in the Niger Delta for two oil spills. Yet, hundreds of oil spills from Shell’s dilapidated pipelines occur every year…

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Could Global Tide Be Starting  To Turn Against Fossil Fuels?

Could Global Tide Be Starting To Turn Against Fossil Fuels?

From an oil chill in the financial world to the recent U.S.-China agreement on climate change, recent developments are raising a question that might once have been considered unthinkable: Could this be the beginning of a long, steady decline for the oil and coal industries?

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The Economic Case Against Keystone

The Economic Case Against Keystone

It’s been well established that the Keystone XL pipeline presents unacceptable risks to the planet. But approval of Keystone also presents a lesser-known risk: to America’s economic future.

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