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Claire B. Rubin has 38 years of experience as a researcher, consultant, and educator in the fields of emergency management and homeland security.
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Tag Archives: bp oil spill
(1) Behind Scenes of Gulf Oil Spill, Acrimony and Stress. NY Times , Aug. 27. Interesting account of the behind the scenes struggles between BP and the federal government and among the many engineers involved. (2) Regarding Pakistan, the dimensions … Continue reading
Feature story in today’s Wash. Post about the MMS. How the Minerals Management Service’s partnership with industry led to failure; Wash. Post, August 24. The story of how a little-known federal agency became an extension of the industry it oversaw … Continue reading
Alarming news about the size and characteristics of the underwater oil, according to front page story in the Wall St. Journal. Study Says Gulf Oil Spill Caused Manhattan-Size Plume At the height of the Deepwater Horizon spill, oil escaping from … Continue reading
Scientists Dispute Government Stance on the Lingering Effects of Gulf Oil. ProPublica, August 17, 2010. …scientists seemed, on the whole, rather skeptical when a government report said most of the oil from BP’s well was gone from the Gulf of Mexico. … Continue reading
For those interested in the health effects of the BP Oil spill, the full text of report can be downloaded free download from the National Academy of Sciences; August 2010. This is a large report (207 pp.). Assessing the Effects … Continue reading
Here are two more takes on New Orleans five years after H. Katrina. Lessons in Resilience from New Orleans, Andrew Revkin’s blog of August 13, citing geographer Bob Kates. and NOLA on Hurricane Katrina;. Turning to the aftermath of the … Continue reading
Critical Lessons from the Federal Response to the Gulf Oil Spill (HSPI Commentary) from the Geo. Washington University’s Homeland Security Policy Institute, August 10, 2010. While I agree with only some of the authors’ opinions, I think this piece is … Continue reading