For Marine Life, New Threats from a Fast-Tracked Canadian Pipeline A new Canadian government-backed pipeline that will triple the amount of thick Alberta tar sands oil flowing to a British Columbia port poses significant risks for a threatened population… Read More ›
A total of 13 beaches in Hong Kong have been shut down by a palm oil spill from a ship collision that happened in the Pearl River estuary in mainland Chinese waters last Thursday. Several government departments have worked together… Read More ›
Dolphins are dying in great numbers in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Since February 2010, 1,308 dead or dying marine mammals — mostly bottlenose dolphins, including juveniles or aborted fetuses — have washed ashore on beaches and wetlands from Texas… Read More ›
“We can’t go fishing anymore. It has destroyed our fishing equipment,” Boma Macaulay, a fisherman from Bonny told Reuters, adding that it was the worst spill in at least five years.