skytruth in the news
We've been getting a lot of attention from the media lately, mostly due to our work on the BP / Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. You can download reports listing our media and web appearances. You might also be interested in reading our most recent newsletter. Here are a few of the highlights:
SKYTRUTH, SOUTHWINGS, WATERKEEPER ALLIANCE TO TEAM UP
FORMING GULF OF MEXICO MONITORING CONSORTIUM. Read more here.
- New York Times (Op-ed), The Measure of a Disaster
- New York Times, Size of Oil Spill Underestimated, Scientists Say
- New York Times, Estimates Suggest Spill Is Biggest in U.S. History
- Los Angeles Times, Tiny group has big impact on spill estimates
- Washington Post, 5,000 or 26,000 barrels a day: Size of gulf oil spill is a guesstimate
- Wall Street Journal, Experts: Oil May Be Leaking at Rate of 25,000 Barrels a Day in Gulf
- Miami Herald, Gulf oil spill has 'perfect precedence' in 1979 disaster
- Shepherdstown Chronicle, SkyTruth Sheds Light on Gulf Oil Spill
- West Virginia Observer, SkyTruth
- Find My Accident, SkyTruth Harnesses Satellite Technology to Empower Environmentalists
- Alabama Press-Register,
Gulf Oil Wells 10 Miles from Deepwater Horizon Site Leaking Since 2004
- CNBC, Deepwater Oil Risks Greater Than Industry Admitted
- Huffington Post, Mary Landrieu Minimized Potential for Spill and Impact of Damage
- Mother Jones, Two More Gulf Spills?
- New Scientist, SkyTruth founder: Remote sensing for the people
- Grist, John Amos, eco-geographer and head of nonprofit SkyTruth, answers questions
- Zoe, The Man Who Saw It First
SkyTruth image of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
Deepwater Horizon Fire, April 22, 2010