Critical List: Leaking New Zealand oil tanker could break apart; EPA to speed Great Lakes cleanup
Eeek. A huge crack has opened up in the hull of the ship leaking oil off the coast of New Zealand, and the ship could break up apart "at any point," according to Maritime New Zealand.
In the U.S., the Justice Department had to sue Transocean to force the company to answer government subpoenas related to the Macondo well spill.
Can we feed people without killing the planet? Yes, says a new study, but it’ll take money, planning, and eating less meat.
The EPA is speeding up Great Lakes clean-up efforts.
Offshore wind is doing its thing, trying to get started in the U.S.
When you've got fracking on top of coal mining, like Pennsylvania does, it's hard to figure out which one was responsible for killing scores of fish.
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