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92%AnimationJun 2010

Yours truly, BP

Some quotes from BP CEO Tony Hayward about the oil spill disaster in the Gulf


91%VideoJun 2010

Kevin Costner's oil cleaning machine

Hollywood superstar Kevin 'Waterworld' Costner has pumped 20 million of his own dollars into a machine that separates oil from water. This was years ago, now it's time to see the beast at work.


89%PictureMay 2010

Thank you BP, for the sweet taste of destruction


89%VideoJun 2010

Clarke & Dawe on the BP oil spill

Australian satirists John Clarke and Bryan Dawe cover the oil spill that started in the Gulf of Mexico after an explosion in April 2010.


89%VideoMay 2010

Rachel Maddow - Gulf of Mexico and Alaska oil spills

History repeats itself. A blowout at the Ixtoc 1 offshore oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico in 1979 took 9 months to contain, even with the help of Red Adair. Today, Deepwater Horizon lies in far deeper waters.


89%AnimationMay 2012

2010 Gulf oil spill animated infographic

(2:00) The Deepwater Horizon oil spill into the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 released 205 million gallons of oil. This animated infographic by Chris Harmon illustrates how much 205 million gallons really is.


89%VideoJun 2010

The Fix - Robert Redford reflects on the Gulf oil disaster

Robert Redford laments the Gulf oil disaster. When he hears energy companies describe themselves as being in the conservation business, he wants to throw up. Dependence on oil is bad for our health.


88%VideoJun 2010

Fareed Zakaria's take on the BP oil spill disaster

Have we all gone crazy? Fareed Zakaria criticises the media focus on President Obama kicking some ass, even though kicking ass is not going to plug the hole in the Gulf. Other issues world-wide are in more need of his attention.


88%VideoJun 2010

Amateur video of Deepwater Horizon oil slick, and it's big!

(5:38) Alabama resident John Wathen flew over the Gulf of Mexico. In his own words, he describes the scene that unfolded below him.


88%VideoJun 2010

Microbes, proven solution to clean up Gulf oil spill

The Texas Land Office and Texas Water Commission successfully used 'oil eating' microbes to clean up large oil spills in just weeks. Microbes hunt down and eat the toxic oil and leave only a biodegradable waste that is non-toxic to humans and marine life. Surely this is the solution BP should employ to clean up its mess?