As the hermit crabs go, so goes the Gulf

Posted by jamie — 15 June 2010 at 2:12pm - Comments

Unlike these pelicans, hermit crabs are less obvious victims of the Deepwater disaster (proper crab imagery below the fold, honest) © Magan/Greenpeace

John Hocevar, team leader of the oceans campaign at Greenpeace USA, is currently in Louisiana helping with Greenpeace's response to the BP oil spill. Here's his latest report from the centre of the ever-growing disaster.

Greetings from Grand Isle, Louisiana, one of the growing number of places unlucky enough to win a "heavily oiled" classification on the government maps tracking the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. Despite BP's efforts to keep it under wraps, we're here to document the impacts of the spill. The public has a right - and a responsibility - to know the true cost of our continued reliance on offshore oil, and fossil fuels in general.

Slideshow: rebranding BP HQ

Posted by jamie — 20 May 2010 at 10:54am - Comments

A quick selection of images which have come in from BP HQ in St James's Square, where climbers have installed themselves to rebrand the company. Also included is the full page advert appearing in today's Guardian.

And you can submit your own ideas for BP's new logo in our competition.

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