Four Years After The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, The Gulf Is Still Suffering

PJ Hahn, Coastal Zone Manager for Plaquemines Parish, examines oil along the shoreline of Bay Jimmy, which was heavily impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, in Plaquemines Parish, La., Friday, Sept.

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London Police have decided to be at war with marijuana, but “We Don’t Stop”….!…

London Police have decided to be at war with marijuana, but “We Don’t Stop”….!!! 420 London Event: Michael Franti & Spearhead – We Don’t Stop Michael Franti & Spearhead We Don’t Stop Live at Reggae On The River 2004

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p Opposition Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith Urges RCMP To Probe Redford Re…

p Opposition Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith Urges RCMP To Probe Redford Redford began her June 2013 long weekend in Jasper on the same day the government of Alberta assumed responsibility for flood recovery in High River, the community worst hit by the devastating floods. It was also the same weekend that High River citizens were first allowed to return to survey the destruction of their homes. “Hundreds of dedicated government workers, including a few cabinet ministers, were struggling to get the first of the residents of High River back into their homes,” Smith told the legislature Monday, then asked Hancock: “Who was the premier meeting with in Jasper while this was going on?” Hancock declined to directly answer

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(VIDEO) A Métis victory 100 plus years in the making: But There Is More

The government’s failure to implement 1870 land deal The Federal Court of Appeal has largely upheld a landmark ruling that could vastly expand the ranks of people considered Indians under the Constitution. There is more.

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Fukushima Radiation Like St Paddy’s Day River Dye 1440 min a day for 1200 days
Fukushima Radiation Like St Paddy’s Day River Dye 1440 min a day for 1200 days Fukushima Radiation Like St Paddy’s Day River Dye 1440 min a day for 1200 days

You know every year they pour dye into rivers on St Paddy’s Day right and the river turns a different color , well that day never stopped so far for the paci…

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Chinese national oil company “PetroChina” will now have 2 thermal oilsands projects in northeastern Alberta

CALGARY — Athabasca Oil Corp.

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Spring Brings New Environmental Worries For Weary Lac-Mégantic

Tankers exploded after the worst train disaster in Canadian history on July 14, 2013 in Lac Mégantic Canada.

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Federal Court Rules North Dakota’s Extreme Abortion Ban Unconstitutional

On Wednesday, a federal judge blocked a North Dakota law that would have banned all abortions after a heartbeat is detectable in the fetus, which can happen as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. The judge, Daniel Hovland, called the ban—which passed last year and was immediately challenged by the Red River Women’s Clinic , the only abortion provider in the state—”invalid and unconstitutional,” and said it would impose an “undue burden on women seeking to obtain an abortion.” The North Dakota law is one of the most far-reaching abortion bans in the country

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Industry Funded Politicians Hope To Thwart Pollution Penalties In North Carolina

On March 6 th of this year,  North Carolina  Superior Court Judge Paul Ridgeway  handed down a ruling that Duke Energy must immediately prevent toxins from their coal ash ponds from leaking into the water supply, and also that the energy giant had to develop a plan to clean up all of the groundwater that they had contaminated in the state.  Ridgeway said that the state and the energy company had been misinterpreting a state law for decades in order to avoid cleaning up their toxic mess. Judge Ridgeway’s ruling gave the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission ( EMC ) the authority to hold Duke accountable for years of pollution.  And just when it looked like Duke Energy might finally have to pay for their environmental crimes, something magical happened for the dirty energy company:  The EMC appealed Ridgeway’s ruling .

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