A new study has found that because of BP’s awful 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, bottlenose dolphins, among other sea creatures, are dying in mass.
Pictures have come in from the oil pipeline rupture near Santa Barbara that initially sent 21,000 gallons of crude oil into the Pacific Coast waters.
Concerning pictures show how good-natured individuals are volunteering to help clean up oil spills in California without shoes or any protection.
Following an oil pipeline leak of over 50,000 gallons of oil into the monumental Yellowstone River, cancer-causing chemicals have now been detected.
Due to “conscious disregard of known risks” and “gross negligence,” BP may be paying an additional $18 billion in fines for the 2010 BP oil spill crisis.
There have been several significant developments in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) which now require special and immediate attention -especially water pollution.
Concerning the BP oil spill, it was only a matter of time that the verified facts would start to seep out from those scientific research institutions.
Despite seafood showing extremely high levels of contamination, the FDA still deems the food safe for consumption. The FDA not only falsely softened the risk of seafood consumption due to carcinogenic contaminants such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the seafood supply, but also ignored individual FDA staff members who called for higher levels of contamination protection.
Contrary to many national stories covering the one-year anniversary of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, a health crisis in the region has developed among exposed workers and residents. And it’s not so “mysterious.” In recent meetings with public health, medical and chemical experts in Louisiana — the Gulf state hardest hit by the worst offshore oil spill in history — AlterNet found a striking symmetry between debilitating chronic symptoms being reported among those sickened and the known effects of