everything in our lives could be powered by clean renewable energy, like wind and solar.
transitioning to renewable energy and energy efficiency.
we must end offshore drilling.
Trump continues his assault on public lands and water by expanding offshore drilling, reversing Obama's policy of banning offshore drilling. The federal government concluded that if just one major lease sale in the Arctic Ocean were developed for oil and gas, there would be a 75% chance of a major oil spill in this sensitive region.
the harmful policy of offshore drilling must be stopped in order to save our oceans.
oil tanker crash
oil tanker crash of Iranian Sanchi off the coast of Shanghai, creates an ecological disaster in the East China Sea, polluting the ocean and carrying toxic oil hundreds of miles, condensate could reach Japan. Jan 2018 photos map
oil cutting through the U.S.
TransCanada wants to transport Bakken crude oil through the U.S. and it then it ships to China.
Thursday Nov 16, 2017 - TransCanada Keystone 1 pipeline spilled 230,000 gallons in South Dakota. This spill will contaminate the environment and threaten local communities.
Trump is reversing U.S. decisions against dirty oil pipelines. Pipeline Revival /environmental concerns /Reuters
View the Chevron refinery in Richmond, California.
Oct. 2015 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released new air protections decreasing the pollution oil refineries can emit and reducing the health risks faced by millions of Americans living in the shadows of oil refineries.
For the first time ever, national fenceline air monitors will be required - monitors that measure pollution where it leaves oil refinery property and pours into neighboring communities.
The monitors will measure the dangerous pollutant benzene, and if levels are too high, refineries will be required to take action to reduce their emissions. There will now be real information on how much pollution is drifting into neighborhoods, to force refineries to clean up their act.
2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was the largest in history. The total discharge is estimated at 4.9 billion barrels.