The damage done after Hurricane Ida from the fossil fuel and petrochemical industry could be among the worst of such events ever recorded.
The spill is located 2 miles south of Port Fourchon, Louisiana and has so far remained at sea and has not impacted the shoreline.
“The greatest threat to global public health is the continued failure of world leaders to keep the global temperature rise below 1.5°C and to restore nature,” warn journals in unprecedented joint editorial.
“My only mistake was believing that it would take 20 years for people to get sick.”
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Campaigners are urging ministers to “keep the coal in the ground” as a four-week inquiry into the Whitehaven opencast mine begins.
Complacency and the refusal to change individual behavior and collective ways of living are stoking the underlying cause of the crisis—consumerism.
Oil spills have become an "unfortunate byproduct" of building large oil rigs in hurricane-prone areas.
A lobbying group representing large fracking companies is pressing Democrats to keep in place billions of dollars of subsidies that drillers receive.
“Strengthened action is urgently required to prevent further species extinctions and restore damaged and degraded ecosystems.”