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Environment & Climate Change

On 2nd anniversary of Enbridge oil spill, a look back

Two years ago today, the EPA estimates Enbridge Energy's busted pipeline led to an oil spill of more than 1 million gallons into Talmadge Creek and the Kalamazoo River.

We've been covering the spill and it's cleanup since it first happened. You can follow the links below for a chronological compilation of Michigan Radio's coverage of the incident and its fallout.

2010

Oil spilled while no one reacted

Rehab for Oil-Covered Animals

Cleaning Up the Enbridge Oil Spill

Repaired oil pipeline undergoes test today

2011

Report: Tar Sands Oil Boosts Pipeline Risks

Health Concerns After the Oil Spill 

Life on the River: Suing & Settling with Enbridge

Your Story: Seeing the oil along the Kalamazoo River

New Kalamazoo River oil spill cleanup plan due today

2012

Part of Kalamazoo River opens Wednesday, first time since oil spill

Former oil spill clean-up employee settles lawsuit, says Enbridge is next

Neighbors feel pressured by Enbridge's new pipeline plans

State study shows no long term health risks from oil in Kalamazoo River sediment

Enbridge criticized for past problems with leaking pipelines July 23, 2012

-Elaine Ezekiel, Michigan Radio News

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