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    Ethical issues of BP

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    BP has had a long history of ethical and legal violations because BP chose to put profits above all else. In the past twenty years, BP subsidiaries were convicted of environmental crimes in Texas and Alaska. In addition, BP received the biggest fine in US history regarding safety violations. Although BP accepted responsibility, their record showed questionable and illegal behavior for twenty years. One of BP's major issues happened in a Texas refinery close to Galveston in 2005 (Jennings, 2009)

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    the personal computer and machines can change our lifestyles. Even things we take for granted such as the automobile have negative effects on technology. The oil needed for a car to run needs to be imported and sometimes accidents such as the Exxon Valdez incident spills many gallons of oil into the ocean. All of these examples show how technology has negative effects on society. First, competition can lead to a negative effect of technology. When a company in the U.S. produces shoes and a company

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    White Collar Crime and Corporate Crime

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    2014]. Croall, H. (1992) White Collar Crime. UK: Open Univ Pr. Newburn, T. (2013) Criminology. 2nd ed. 2 Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon Ox14 4rn: Routledge The Whole Truth Prince William Sound, Alaska (2008) The Whole Truth: History of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Available from: http://www.wholetruth.net/history.htm [Accessed11Feburary 2014] Coke, L (2014) Criminal Justice Process [online]. Available from: http://moodle.bbk.ac.uk/mod/folder/view.php?id=140647 [Accessed 08 March 2014].

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    Episode 42 of Doctor Who Analysis

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    In the episode titled “42” of Doctor Who, Martha and the Doctor find themselves responding to a distress call aboard a spaceship set on a crash course with a not so distant star. The TARDIS has materialized upon S.S. Pentallian, captained by Kath McDonnell. The Doctor immediately learns the engines have ceased to work and a monitor on the wall announces there are fourty-two minutes until impact with the star. After being introduced to the situation at hand the Doctor notes the star the ship is near

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    British Petroleum Oil Company (BP PLC)

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    British Petroleum Oil Company (BP PLC) Intro: British Petroleum Oil Company (BP PLC) incorporated on April 14, 1909, and formally known as Anglo-Persian Oil Company, Ltd is an integrated oil and gas company that headquarters in London, England. In 1935, Anglo-Persian Oil Company renamed its company the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, Ltd. (AIOC), after having the Iranian imperial Shah, Rezā Shāh, request that the international communities refer to Persia as “Iran”. Primarily created to finance an oil

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    The production of oil is a multi-billion dollar industry that affects the world on many different levels including environmental and economic, and these affects could be considered either positive or negative. Although there are many products of oil that people rely on every day, oil drilling has long been a controversial topic. Oil spills that endanger wild life and create pollution, and wars fought over lands that contain oil have been just a few of the damaging concerns that become heavily debated

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    washington.edu/news/2013/08/07/regulating-electron-spin-may-be-key-to-making-organic-solar-cells-competitive/ Vaitheeswaran, V.V. (2003). Power To The People. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Yardley, W.(2010 May 5).Recovery Still Incomplete After Valdez Spill. The New York Times. Retrieved on November 1, 2013 from http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/06/us/06alaska.html?ref=exxonvaldezoilspill1989&_r=0

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    The environmental impact of the planet is closely related to a problem that arose from the increasing use of Oil: the reduction of emission levels of toxic chemicals and so-called "greenhouse gases", and reducing oxygen levels. Man has caused disasters on ecosystems by killing large number of species of all kinds. Among the most serious disasters that threaten biodiversity are oil spills in the seas and oceans. The contamination by crude oil or refined oil (diesel, gasoline, kerosene and other products

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    Oil Spills Effect Wildlife How do you clean up wildlife after an oil spill? Oil spills are dangerous because it has lasting effects on all life cycles. It is important to look at all species that are affected by an oil spill. Oil spills effect the carbon cycle directly. They also effect the food chains in the water and on land. Oil effects animals in four ways physical contact, eating, breathing, and absorption (Effects of Oil Spills on Wildlife, 2010). Depending on what type of oil it is also contributes

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    Bioremediation Essay

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    the financial savings of bioremediation is an attractive alternative when used properly. A study conducted by Alper “states that bioremediation is six times lower in cost than incineration and three times cheaper than entombment.” . After the Exxon Valdez spill, the cost to clean the shoreline was less than cost to provide physical washing of the shore for one day. This saves a great deal of money which would be spent on labor hours, and it also allows for time t... ... middle of paper ...

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