The XL Pipeline Guarantee: Leakage

An average of 150,000 gals. of oil and toxic water spill from leaks in wells and pipelines every month in Alberta, Canada. 

U.S. Deaths 14 Weeks After Fukushima Meltdowns

An estimated 14,000 excess deaths in the U.S. are linked to the radioactive fallout from the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear reactors in Japan. The rise in reported deaths was largest among U.S. infants under age one.

U.S. Military's Appetite For Oil

The US military is the biggest purchaser of oil in the world. 1.88 billion gallons were used in 295 days alone during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

Indoor Marijuana Gobbles Electricity

In California, indoor marijuana cultivation is responsible for 8 percent of household electricity usage.

Plans Made to Exploit Oil Before War Ever Started

Senior BP oil executives and British government ministers discussed plans to exploit Iraq’s oil reserves 5 months before the March 2003 invasion.

ExxonMobil Spin Masters

ExxonMobil has spent over $23 million since 1998 to fund over 40 organizations that seek to undermine the science on global warming. 

BP Oil Company Disregards Safety

Oil giant BP accounts for 97% of all flagrant violations found in the refining industry by OSHA over the last 3 years from 2008 through 2010 and counting.

Still Toxic After All These Years

The Exxon Valdez 1989 Alaskan oil spill is still as toxic as it was the first few weeks after the 260,000 to 750,000 barrels of crude oil first entered Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska.

Shell Oil Spills

Shell Oil, massive oil spills and waste dumping contaminate water and farm land in Nigeria. Human rights abuse; the people drink, cook and wash in this polluted water.

Mountaintop Removal Form of Coal Mining

Mountaintop removal is the radical form of coal mining in which entire summits are literally blown away. 500 mountains, 10% of the region in the Appalachians alone.

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