Stephen Baldwin Sues Kevin Costner Over BP Oil Machine Deal

December 27, 2010 by  
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Photo: MSNBC One of the few amusing side notes in the BP Gulf spill saga was Kevin Costner riding to the rescue with an oil-sucking machine his scientist brother had built. Even more surprising was news that the machine was deemed effective, and

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Canadian Government Report Predicts a Tar Sands Oil Boom

December 27, 2010 by  
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Image: sbamueller via flickr A report by the Canadian government warns that Canada and the U.S. will both shift toward heavier forms of crude oil as global sources of lighter crude become scarcer.

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The Year in Celebrities: The Biggest Green Hits and Misses (Slideshow)

December 22, 2010 by  
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Photo: Jun Sato/WireImage/Getty Images From sexy Leo’s mega donation to tigers to Kevin Costner’s surprise knowledge of oil clean-up technology, celebrities were on fire this year. There were a few mistakes, however….such as NBC’s “Tonight Show” debacle, which sent a barely used set to landfill

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The Week in Pictures: Pac-Man Ship Eats Oil Spills, World Cup Carbon Footprint, Pedal-powered Porsche, and More (Slideshow)

June 18, 2010 by  
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As BP’s Gulf oil spill continues to spew, the internet has helped showcase some of the more interesting ways an oil spill can be cleaned up. For example, a pac-man-esque oil recovery vessel and Kevin Costner’s machine that can separate oil and water–BP just ordered 32! The Upright Citizens Brigade explores what happens when BP spills coffee and the video is pretty hilarious (unlike the actual spill in the Gulf of Mexico).

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New Water Reporting Requirements Have California Farmers On Edge

June 18, 2010 by  
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Photo via benketero California is simultaneously in a water crunch and one of the nation’s most important food sources. California is the world’s fifth largest supplier of food and agriculture commodities, and in 2007, California exported more agricultural products by air than 23 other states did by all modes of transport

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