02 Jan '12, 4pm

On Our Radar: Oil Washes Ashore in Nigeria

Reuters The oil-encrusted Atlantic beach in Orobiri, Nigeria, on Saturday. Nigerian villagers and environmental groups say that oil washing up on the coast must be from the recent Royal Dutch Shell loading accident, which caused the biggest offshore spill in the country’s waters in 13 years. Shell denies that the oil is from the spill, saying its dispersal efforts prevented any of that crude from washing ashore. [Reuters] A sighting of the Sierra Nevada red fox last year by a camera trap near the Sonora Pass in California has led the federal government to consider it for protection under the Endangered Species Act, the Fish and Wildlife Service says. [The Stockton Record] Speculation persists about the identity and motives of the person who released climate scientists’ private e-mails online just before a recent international climate conference. [The New York Times] Myster...

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On Our Radar: Oil Washes Ashore in Nigeria

green.blogs.nytimes.com 02 Jan '12, 4pm

Reuters The oil-encrusted Atlantic beach in Orobiri, Nigeria, on Saturday. Nigerian villagers and environmental groups say...

Green Blog: On Our Radar: Oil Washes Ashore in ...

green.blogs.nytimes.com 02 Jan '12, 4pm

Reuters The oil-encrusted Atlantic beach in Orobiri, Nigeria, on Saturday. Nigerian villagers and environmental groups say...

Nigerian officials have suspended fishing follo...

treehugger.com 03 Jan '12, 4pm

ENS reports that Nigerian officials have suspended fishing off the southern coast of Nigeria as oil washes ashore followin...

The peak oil crisis: closing out the year

The peak oil crisis: closing out the year

postcarbon.org 05 Jan '12, 1pm

The returns are in and we now know that world price of a barrel of oil averaged $111 in 2011. This was up 14 percent from ...

Shell oil spill off Nigeria likely worst in decade

Shell oil spill off Nigeria likely worst in decade

care2.com 24 Dec '11, 2am

An oil spill near the coast of Nigeria is likely the worst to hit those waters in a decade, a government official said Thu...

Green Blog: On Our Radar: A New Snake

green.blogs.nytimes.com 10 Jan '12, 5pm

Wildlife Conservation Society The Matilda’s horned viper. The Wildlife Conservation Society reports the discovery of a str...

On Our Radar: Nigerian Coast Braces for Oil's A...

green.blogs.nytimes.com 23 Dec '11, 12pm

On Our Radar: Nigerian Coast Braces for Oil’s Advance By THE NEW YORK TIMES Nigerian coastal communities are on alert as a...

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green.blogs.nytimes.com 23 Dec '11, 12pm

On Our Radar: Nigerian Coast Braces for Oil’s Advance By THE NEW YORK TIMES Nigerian coastal communities are on alert as a...

Andrew McKillop: There Will Be Oil – Versus – P...

peakoil.com 01 Jan '12, 10pm

What we get from the No Worry school is a stock of one-liners. The premium one-liner is that thanks to deep offshore oil a...

Ecuador makes $116 million to not drill for oil in Amazon

Ecuador makes $116 million to not drill for oil...

news.mongabay.com 02 Jan '12, 5pm

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On Our Radar: Quakes and Fracking: Recent quake...

green.blogs.nytimes.com 03 Jan '12, 4pm

Associated Press Anti-fracking demonstrators at a recent protest in Youngstown, Ohio. A 4.0 magnitude earthquake that stru...

Don't miss this haunting U.N. photo of what oil is doing to Nigeria:

Don't miss this haunting U.N. photo of what oil...

unep.org 30 Dec '11, 3pm

Control and maintenance of oilfield infrastructure in Ogoniland has been and remains inadequate: the Shell Petroleum Devel...