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London 2012

Olympic organisers LOCOG critiscised over sustainability choices

Mark Gee

25th July, 2012

How did BP and EDF ever become the London 2012 Olympics sustainability partners? Mark Gee says he is at a loss to understand more...
The Olympic 2012 greenwashing award

BP, Dow and Rio Tinto targeted by Olympic ‘greenwash’ award

Mark Briggs

16th April, 2012

Row over ‘unethical’ London 2012 sponsorship continues as campaigners target BP, Rio Tinto and Dow Chemicals more...
BP

Co-operative, M&S and Waitrose accused of greenwash over close links to 'unethical' companies

Ben Miller

7th February, 2012

Seemingly ethical companies like The Co-operative, M&S and Waitrose have been accused of double-standards over their partnerships with oil giants like BP, Shell and Chevron more...
London 2012 Paralympic Medals

Will London 2012 sponsors BP, Dow, EDF and Rio Tinto tarnish the Olympic brand?

Matilda Lee

14th December, 2011

In a values tug of war, many are asking whether London 2012 corporate sponsors like BP, Dow and EDF live up to the Olympic spirit? more...
oil art

Artist attempts takeover of BP with sales of 'oil spill art'

Tom Levitt

1st December, 2011

German artist Ruppe Koselleck is buying up shares in the oil giant BP by selling artwork made from oil spills around the world, including the Gulf of Mexico spill more...
International No Tar Sands Network

TAKE ACTION to stop Canadian tar sands

Matilda Lee

15th June, 2011

A day of action is planned this Saturday to highlight the destructive impact of Canada's tar sands industry. In London, this includes a demo-fest at the Canadian High Commission more...
Action Aid

Subvertising: billboard ads for the public interest

Christine Ottery

10th May, 2011

As public spaces become blighted by the £18 billion global outdoors advertising industry, community groups are fighting back to reclaim both ad-free areas or use billboards in a socially beneficial way more...
Conservation International film

Conservation International 'agreed to greenwash arms company'

Tom Levitt

11th May, 2011

US environmental charity under fire for close links with controversial companies, including Cargill, Chevron, Monsanto and Shell more...
oil spill

The BP Deepwater Horizon disaster: one year on

The Ecologist

21st April, 2011

Greenpeace video released on the anniversary of the 'worst environmental disaster in the history of the US' more...
Obesity

Medical profession 'oblivious' to role of chemicals in diabetes and obesity

William McLennan

22nd March,2011

US officials are beginning to take a greater interest in the reported links between the exposure to environmental chemicals, like Bisphenol A, with the development of diabetes and obesity more...
Investigations

Monsanto agrees clean-up of toxic Brofiscin quarry in Wales

Tom Levitt

19th February, 2011

Environment Agency finds Monsanto, BP and Veolia liable for clean up after thousands of tonnes of cancer-causing chemicals - including PCBs, dioxins and Agent Orange derivatives - dumped in Welsh quarry more...
Investigations

Monsanto agrees clean-up of toxic Brofiscin quarry in Wales

Tom Levitt

19th February, 2011

Environment Agency finds Monsanto, BP and Veolia liable for clean up after thousands of tonnes of cancer-causing chemicals - including PCBs, dioxins and Agent Orange derivatives - dumped in Welsh quarry more...

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Platform

Platform: attempting to drive a wedge between the Tate Modern and BP

Matilda Lee

18th February, 2011

Should oil and gas companies be sponsoring the arts? No, says the man behind the unconventional pressure group that's tackling the 'carbon web of institutions' more...
oil spill

US plans to sue BP will 'not prevent future ecocide'

Tom Levitt

16th December, 2010

US officials say they are determined to 'prevent future devastation' but campaigners say fines alone will not make oil and energy companies change risky behaviour more...
A receipt

Toxic bisphenol-A found in US shopping receipts and dollar bills

Tom Levitt

8th December, 2010

Campaigners call for ban on suspected hormone-disrupting chemical BPA after study discovers high quantities in paper receipts and bank notes more...
Baby bottle

Dismay over EU decision not to ban baby bottle chemical bisphenol-A

Tom Levitt

1st October, 2010

European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) says no convincing evidence to cause it to ban or further restrict exposure to the controversial chemical bisphenol-A used in plastic bottles and containers more...
Oil spill

Gulf oil disaster not unique to BP and will 'happen again'

Ecologist

9th September, 2010

UK government needs to 'wake up' to the dangers of offshore drilling and outlaw the practice, demand activists more...

Closing BP Stations Across London

Ecologist

27th July, 2010

On July 27th, Greenpeace volunteers shutdown 46 BP petrol stations across London. They called on the oil giant to stop investing in tar sands and the fragile Arctic wilderness and move towards clean energy alternatives more...
Protestors carry cans of 'oil' marked with BP logo

Spilling oil over the Tate: the activists' story

Felix Gonzales

30th June, 2010

'Is it art?', a bystander asked of the demonstration against a ceremony at the Tate celebrating BP's support for British art. A good question - if it ain't, it's certainly effective more...
oil in water

The link between BP, geoengineering and GM

Jim Thomas

28th June, 2010

BP won't stop at dangerous deep water drilling: the company is bent on still more dangerous projects, including genetic modification and hacking the planet's atmosphere... more...
Dan Box

With all eyes on BP, others are busy drilling deep elsewhere...

Dan Box

24th June, 2010

While BP is facing billion-dollar lawsuits in the US, another British company, Cairn Energy, is beginning drilling off the coast of Greenland more...
Oil spill

BP criminal action will not safeguard against oil spills, say campaigners

Ecologist

3rd June, 2010

Sanctions and legal action against BP unlikely to prevent further oil spill, say environmental groups that argue the US needs to cut its ties with oil industry more...
Oil spill

BP oil spill: can environmental crime ever be made to pay?

Tom Levitt

24th May, 2010

Million dollar fines and compensation claims may dent the profits of BP and other companies admitting responsibility for ecological disasters but, on their own, are they enough of a deterrent?

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Mineral Management Service logo with an oil drip

MMS - the three initials behind the BP Deepwater Horizon oil disaster

Phil England

17th May, 2010

BP is in trouble. Big trouble. But others are to blame for the ongoing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, and the US Mineral Management Service is at the top of the list... more...
Dan Box

We're all responsible for BP's oil spill disaster

Dan Box

10th May, 2010

Filled up your car recently? Bought new bike tyres? Popped any pills? Then you're in part responsible for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill... more...

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