On June 19, 1,450 barrels of crude oil spilled from a pumping station on a pipeline operated by the Enbridge company.
Two weeks ago, a pipeline leak in coastal Mexico sent oil gushing into Coatzacoalcos River.
Last month, oil magnate Royal Dutch Shell had an industrial accident, which asent one to two million gallons of oil straight into the ocen off the coast of Nigeria.
75 miles off the coast of the Niger delta, up to 40,000 barrels of crude oil were spilled, poisoning the water.
On September 12, an explosion at Marcoule, a nuclear facility in southern France, killed one person and injured four.
The energy's always greener on the other side...of the world, that is. Particularly, in China.
In Haiti, where the U.S. government wages what amounts to low-intensity war, the balance of forces does not favor the people.
Elections in an East German state were largely overshadowed by the news from Japan and, far more, from Libya.
Reports from Brazil charge that politics and real estate greed contributed to the worst natural disaster in the country's history.
Australia's Guardian newspaper writes the devastating floods in Australia raise major implications for the nation on water management, agriculture and fossil fuels that feed global warming/climate change.