Oct 12 2012

Twitter Link Round-Up: Environmental Issues in SCOTUS and Indonesian Palm Oil Increasing CO2 Emissions

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Afraid you missed something interesting in the world of environmental law?  Read on for a (non-comprehensive) list of articles posted on our Twitter feed @WMELSBlog.

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Mar 02 2012

Twitter Link Round-Up: BP Oil Spill Trial Delayed and Wisconsin Considers Hunting Cranes

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Jan 20 2012

Twitter Link Round-Up: Obama Proposes Moving NOAA to DOI and a Cap and Trade Proposal for Whaling

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Sep 30 2011

Twitter Link Round-Up: Keystone XL Hearings and Environmental Hero Wangari Maathai Dies

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Aug 24 2011

BP Oil Spill Part Two?: New Oil Slick Found in Gulf

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The appearance of an oil sheen in the Gulf of Mexico near the source of last year’s major BP spill sparked new fears in a community still suffering from oil spill jitters.   BP has denied that the oil is coming from any of its wells, including the capped Macondo well that was the source of the worst oil spill in U.S. history.  They nevertheless sent boats and booms to the capped well and investigated the site with submersibles to ensure that there are no leaks.  The source of the oil sheen is not currently known, but there are several other abandoned oil wells that may be the culprits.  So far, this incident is another reminder of the ever-present danger of oil spills, which increases in offshore rigs, and the reality that minor spills and leaks from such rigs happens on a regular basis.  This summer also saw more two major oil leaks: the Shell leak in the North Sea and the ruptured ExxonMobil pipeline that spilled into the Yellowstone River. Continue Reading »

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Jul 29 2011

Twitter Link Round-Up for 2011-07-29

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