According to The Guardian , the London offices of BP and Shell have been raided by European regulators investigating allegations they have "colluded" to rig oil prices for more than a decade.

I'm certainly not surprised--just another dirty business practice from the peddlers of dirty fossil fuels. Are you?

Green business,, is giving away an Apple iPad in their latest contest. To be entered in the drawing for to win, all you have to do is watch their latest promotional video, entitled "Chimpanzee Riding on a Go-Ped," and correctly guess who is in the gorilla suit. has provided a number of clues across the internet that will help you track down the correct answer. The last day to enter an answer is at 12 Noon PT on March 31, 2011, so you better hurry! You can Log onto their contest page for more information.

"Chimpanzee Riding on a Go-Ped" is a play on the viral video "Chimpanzee Riding on a Segway," which features, adorable Chimpanzee, Pan-Kun riding a Segway on a Japanese game show and an orginal song by Perry Gripp. is an eco-friendly business that sells "a variety of products—mainly electric scooters and bikes—to help bridge the gap between home and public transportation." They have been featured in the environmental weekly series Neon Tommy, which focuses on green living. Being more eco-friendly is something that has been committed to since its début in 2002. gears their business toward conscientious consumers who wish to move "toward greener transportation options" as well as those "looking to reduce their carbon footprint."

The Yes Men
are at it again! And this time they have teamed up with Rain Forest Action Network (RAN) and Amazon Watch to go head to head with Corporate Giant, Chevron.

For those who may be unfamiliar with the Yes Men, they are a duo of activists who use pranks and humor to draw attention to the atrocities done by large corporations against those who, too often, can't fight back.

They are infamous for taking on Exxon Mobile, BP and  Dow Chemical, and now they have set their sights on Chevron, who have recently spent a great deal in order to finance an expensive PR campaign entitled "We Agree."

The We Agree Campaign can best be surmised as a means to con consumers into believing that Chevron has the publics' best interest in mind. But Slogans like "Oil Companies should support the communities they're a part of" stand in stark contrast to the fact that have yet to address their role in refusing to clean up the  toxic pollution it left in the Ecuadorean Amazon. RAN reports that " the 18 billion gallons of toxic oil waste polluting Ecuador’s rainforest could lead to as many as 10,000 Ecuadoreans dying of cancer by 2080."

The Yes Men, RAN and Amazon Watch have
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