Monday, March 24, 2014
International Bird Rescue Remembers Exxon Valdez - 25 Years Later
Heartbreaking and CRIMINAL ECOCIDE.
AND WE STILL HAVEN'T LEARNED!
My respect and thanks to all who protect our water and the species that live there.
Voices from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: "The Day the Water Died"
"For the record, as a commercial fisherman and as an Alaskan, I would like to say that the oil isn't gone, the spill isn't over, and despite Exxon's promises, neither I, nor Kodiak Island, have been made whole."
— Toby Sullivan, Fisherman, Kodiak
OIL KILLS. It is time for humans to truly evolve by ending this deadly addiction!
BP Disaster Recovery Through the Lens of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
Flesh Eating Bacteria Tied To BP Oil Ecocide Tarballs
The Gulf Of Mexico-Three Years Later
And these companies are STILL trying to get their hands on the Arctic as the EPA just gave BP permission to bid in the Gulf AGAIN!
Only OUR VOICES can tell them NO to the Arctic. HANDS OFF!
Not another Exxon Valdez!!
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