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Tag: Deepwater Horizon

  • Diminishing Ice Intensifies Spotlight on Arctic

    Diminishing Ice Intensifies Spotlight on Arctic

    As the arctic region loses ice in a changing climate, the economic and social tradeoffs are unclear. How will we balance economic, social and environmental functions? The Center on Global Energy Policy and the Consulate General of Canada in New York will examine these questions in a discussion on March 26: “Understanding the Arctic Resource…

  • On Gulf Coast, Organizing Youth to Face Disaster

    On Gulf Coast, Organizing Youth to Face Disaster

    A new youth development and disaster recovery program, which grew out of research on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, will debut in five Gulf Coast high schools. The project will bring together teens to create and share resources to help communities recover from disasters.

  • Dead Baby Dolphins and The Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico

    Dead Baby Dolphins and The Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico

    Researchers report that dead baby dolphins emerged along the shores of the Gulf, potentially an important finding in light of the spill.

  • Racing to Save the Planet: Conservation Efforts in the Gulf Region

    Racing to Save the Planet: Conservation Efforts in the Gulf Region

    The April 20th explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig off the coast of Louisiana continues to pour thousands of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico each day. The spill—which is being heralded as the worst oil disaster in US history—is quickly encroaching upon the habitats of hundreds of species in the Gulf…

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  • Diminishing Ice Intensifies Spotlight on Arctic

    Diminishing Ice Intensifies Spotlight on Arctic

    As the arctic region loses ice in a changing climate, the economic and social tradeoffs are unclear. How will we balance economic, social and environmental functions? The Center on Global Energy Policy and the Consulate General of Canada in New York will examine these questions in a discussion on March 26: “Understanding the Arctic Resource…

  • On Gulf Coast, Organizing Youth to Face Disaster

    On Gulf Coast, Organizing Youth to Face Disaster

    A new youth development and disaster recovery program, which grew out of research on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, will debut in five Gulf Coast high schools. The project will bring together teens to create and share resources to help communities recover from disasters.

  • Dead Baby Dolphins and The Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico

    Dead Baby Dolphins and The Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico

    Researchers report that dead baby dolphins emerged along the shores of the Gulf, potentially an important finding in light of the spill.

  • Racing to Save the Planet: Conservation Efforts in the Gulf Region

    Racing to Save the Planet: Conservation Efforts in the Gulf Region

    The April 20th explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig off the coast of Louisiana continues to pour thousands of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico each day. The spill—which is being heralded as the worst oil disaster in US history—is quickly encroaching upon the habitats of hundreds of species in the Gulf…