Greenpeace has obtained some 30,000 memos, emails and transcripts which document last year's disastrous BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Here's what Tom Cowie and Amber Jamieson pulled out of the WikiLeaks-style document dump.
The BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was a terrible tragedy, but it wasn't the worst environmental disaster of all time and it's been blown completely out of proportion, says Michael Grunwald.
The BP Gulf of Mexico spill isn't the only environmental disaster of the last few months. A pipeline explosion in Dalian, China, resulted in an oil spill of 430 sq km, with workers attempting to stop the leakage.
BP continues to flounder in crisis management mode, with the beleaguered petrol giant desperately using every online trick in the book to counter a seemingly endless stream of bad PR.
AP journalist Rich Matthews dives into the Gulf of Mexico oil spill -- without a Hazmat suit -- to get video footage from underwater. The thick oil is like cake batter and takes 30 minutes to scrub off.
All the efforts to clean and salvage the oil-soaked birds from the Gulf of Mexico spill are in vain. The most humane thing to do is just kill them, says experts.
As the Gulf of Mexico spill continues to flow, HuffPo takes a look at the oil-covered pelicans, crabs, fish and seagulls suffering the consequences of BP's actions.
The giant BP oil spill is a terrible environmental disaster and everything, but it's also a once in a lifetime opportunity for researchers to study the effects of an oil spill for decades to come.