China scrambles to contain oil spill

07/22/2010 | Toronto Star, The · Christian Science Monitor, The

Chinese authorities are scrambling to keep an oil spill caused by a pipeline explosion last week in the Yellow Sea from spreading into international waters. The spill, reportedly the largest in China's history, has spread to cover more than 165 square miles of water despite the efforts of cleanup crews. Greenpeace China is calling on authorities to reform the energy sector and endorse a serious push toward the use of renewable energy sources.

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