An ocean wave, laden with oil & toxic dispersants, from the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. Is technology simultaneously improving our lives & destroying the planet? IS the solution to pollution, dilution, or, is it possible to break our planet's oceans? These are difficult questions to answer, but the direction the human race must swiftly move in, is painfully obvious when this image crosses ones vision for the future. NO OFFSHORE DRILLING, THE CONSEQUENCES ARE DIRE.
INFOGRAPHIC: Environmental Disasters Prove They Don't Heal Themselves
The DeepWater Horizon oil spill cost $14 billion to clean up and dumb 5+ million gallons of oil in the Gulf of Mexico. Twelve years after the Valdez oil spill, oil could be found on 50% of the surveyed beaches.
When faced with our darkest hour hope is not a tactic. #DeepwaterHorizon In theaters September 30. From the director of #LoneSurvivor starring @MarkWahlberg. @deepwaterhorizonmovie #deepwaterhorizonmovie #oilfield #offshorelife by krosslidrilling
Daniel Beltrá's Amazing Photos: See the BP Oil Spill Like Never Before
BP Horizon Deep Water oil disaster - adding some highly toxic dispersants to the oil spill.....credit: Daniel Beltra/Greenpeace The BP disaster raised a lot of questions about offshore drilling safety. Unfortunately, little—if anything—has been done to address those concerns. In fact, much more has been done to continue to expand offshore operations in spite of concerns.
A Dolphin Baby Bust in the Gulf of Mexico Worries Scientists - Researchers find that only 20 percent of bottlenose dolphins captured in an area contaminated by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill were able to reproduce.