Here’s a graph of worldwide fuel consumption. Guess who uses the most?
According to this article, BP will attain billions of dollars of tax credits in both the U.K. and the U.S., basically meaning they’re able to write much of their clean up costs on next year’s taxes.
Ben Skoda share some thoughts he’s had while taking part in a bicycle ride across the U.S. to raise awareness and funds for anti-human trafficking efforts.
BP has set aside $32.2 billion to clean up the Gulf Oil Spill.
At least 32 people have died in Somalia after clashes between government soldiers and members of the Islamic extremist group, Al-Shabaab.
In a move that surprises approximately no one, BP CEO Tony Hayward, who’s come under huge amounts of criticism for his handling of the Gulf Oil Spill, is expected to step down today.
Hey multinational companies: it’s a pretty jerk move to ship your toxic waste to developing nations because they will dispose of it for cheaper. Learn from Trafigura.
Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu has announced his retirement from public life, effective later this year.
BP is proposing a solution that would completely stop the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. A static kill (what’s with all of the kill terminology in oil spill solution terms?) would pump mud into the well to seal it up.
Columnist Krispin Mayfield considers Christ-followers’ identity as members of the Kingdom of God in light of seeing images of war depicted in stained glass at an air force base chapel.
No doubt BP has plenty on its mind at the moment, what with having to repair the largest oil spill in U.S. history. But they probably still shouldn’t have put up a picture of the oil spill command center that was Photoshopped.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame has promised that voters in upcoming elections will be free to decide who to vote for.
Scientists in Germany have discovered a way to produce a plastic that has most of the same characteristics as wood.
We’ve been so excited to see people find creative ways to raise money for The Haiti School Project. And we wanted to remind all of you that you can still donate.
The Kimberley Process is a global body backed by the United Nations that’s supposed to keep blood diamonds from entering into the consumer stream.