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"I am very firm in my conviction that the country that leads the way in clean energy -- solar, wind, biodiesel, geothermal -- that country is going to win the race in the 21st-century global economy,"

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Shell on Trial: Landmark Trial Set to Begin Over Shell's Role in 1995 Execution of Nigerian Human Rights Activist Ken Saro-Wiwa
the art of a brave model
 BP and the EPA Working in Symphony to Cover Up the Oil Spill?
corporations have a history of being honest, and you can believe their words...;)
Texaco is now Shell, BP is British, as in, not US
this is just a reminder for some, and a taste for others of what US corporations have been doing over seas, and this this is why some countries hate us.

I need a model that wouldn't mind taking a bath in cola for the next article,
 savannahbikini@yahoo.com
From the very beginning, BP has been less than forthright about the damages and potential damages from the oil spewing out of the hole in the earth’s crust some 5000 feet below sea level and 50 miles off the coast of Louisiana. From the very beginning, they have been arbitrarily underestimating the quantity of oil leaking from the exploded rig. From the very beginning, they have been plotting to sweep the majority of the mess under the saltwater carpet. But how do you do that? With very careful, very clever planning, and a little help from some friends at the Environmental Protection Agency.

Early on, BP began spraying and injecting solvents into offshore waters. They claimed that dispersing the oil would be a good idea, better for the wetlands. Even then, their plot was in place. They knew that the truth was that the solvents would make the oil exponentially more toxic, (as would adding the solvent itself) but that didn’t matter. Dispersal solvents would see to it that a large portion of that oil never floated to the top or showed up at the shoreline. Why would they do that? Simple enough: If it doesn’t rise to the surface or wash up onto the shores, BP doesn’t have to pay to clean it up. Read the rest of this entry » May 20th, 2010 in Environmental News, Oil Spill    protecttheocean.com
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