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From the Bird’s Foot to the Dogsleg: 2015 in Review

Our most recent trip around the sun was filled with growth and major (positive!) impact for the environment, so we’re inviting you to share in our success. Of course, SkyTruth is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, so your tax-deductible donation before midnight tomorrow will reduce your 2015 tax bill and help us keep a sharp […]

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Federal Gov’s Proposed 5-Year Offshore Drilling Plan

By now most of you have heard about the Obama administration’s proposed 5-year plan for offshore oil and gas development, setting some areas in the Arctic Ocean off limits, but opening up a large chunk of the Atlantic Ocean for drilling along the East Coast off Virginia, the Carolinas and Georgia.  Here’s the map: Map […]

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Responsible Modern Offshore Drilling. Except When It Isn’t.

Ah. So this must be the Responsible Modern Offshore Drilling we’ve all been hearing so much about.  In magazines. In the newspapers. On the radio. On TV. On social media. Pretty much everywhere you look. Except in real life. MODIS satellite imagery taken Tuesday (June 18, 2013) shows a slick 32 miles long emanating from […]

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9 Years, Countless Gallons Spilled, No End in Sight

We here at SkyTruth actually look forward to the day when we can look at satellite images from the Gulf of Mexico and NOT see any human-caused oil slicks. Yesterday, unfortunately, was not that day. Quite the contrary, on yesterday’s MODIS Terra image we can plainly see another slick emanating from Taylor Energy’s site 23051. […]

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Chronic Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico Since 2004 – Still Spillin’

The 2013 hurricane season is now upon us, and it’s predicted to be a doozy this year.  Which got us to thinking… Remember that strange, persistent little oil slick about 12 miles offshore that SkyTruth discovered on satellite imagery during the BP oil spill in 2010, that was NOT related to the BP / Deepwater […]