Thirteen years ago, BP oil launched a $200 million campaign to promote the slogan for the shiny, green image they wanted to represent, “Beyond Petroleum.” As the company approaches this year’s annual general meeting (tomorrow) it is all too clear that its time for BP to come clean and find a new slogan.
The EPA’s recently released Tier 3 Standards will cut the amount of sulphur in gasoline sold in the US by sixty percent, which is good for both fuel quality and air quality.
On March 27th, students at a dozen Canadian universities celebrated Fossil Fools Day, to call out “an industry that is planning to cook the planet, is responsible for destroying land, polluting the air and water, and violating the rights of people around the world and an industry whose business model means burning
“California regulates massage therapists more than hydraulic fracturing,” says state Assembly member Richard Bloom, one of the three Democrats calling for a fracking moratorium in the state.
Anyone hooked up to the grid in British Columbia can now make good on beef-eating and dairy consumption. The province’s Cowpower program gives people the option to pay a small premium on their utility bill to help pay off a dairy farmer’s investment into an anaerobic digester - so that heat-trapping methane can be used to make power.