Photo Credit: “NASA’s Aqua Satellite Sees Gulf Oil Slick in Sunglint” via NASA
“We have already had many deaths of humans directly attributed to this disaster,” says investigative journalist Dahr Jamail.
It’s been 1 year since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig leased by BP exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. The spill killed 11 rig workers, unleashed massive amounts of oil into the Gulf and started the largest environmental disaster in US history. One thing’s for sure, no mater how many times it drops out of the headlines this is not over. Continue reading →
That’s one of the reasons why we’re accelerating the transition to a clean energy economy and doubling our use of renewable energy sources like wind and solar power“ steps that have the potential to create whole new industries and hundreds of thousands of new jobs in America.
For the 4th of July weekend what’s more American than a presidential address? This one is about our clean energy future and jobs. Continue reading →
America has been sold to BP and other high rolling, sketchy corporate criminals who are robbing us blind and completely destroying the earth.
These immoral, corrupt bottom feeders should be punished to the fullest extent of the law, not galavanting around elitist golf clubs and yacht races.
You should be too.
This is our planet they are destroying. ~Sticker Robot
You might remember Sticker Robot from such free sticker campaigns Shepard Fairey’s historic Obama “Hope” stickers. Now these guys are giving away free “PROSECUTE” silkscreened stickers.
Simply send them a S.A.S.E. (self addressed, stamped envelope) LEGAL SIZE, otherwise they’ll have to fold your sticker, to the address at stickerobot.com/bp
Read Tracking The Oil Spill Wildlife Death Tally to find out how many animals have died in the ecocide in the Gulf. So far I know of 12 humans who have died as a result of the oil gusher. 11 died in the explosion and 1 committed suicide after losing his livelihood on the seas.
Read one oil rig worker’s account of survival HERE.
It’s easy to not care or even understand the magnitude of an event when a disaster isn’t in your backyard, but ecocide on this scale is dramatically life changing. As a visual exercise a website was created to help you see what this oil disaster would look like if it happened in your backyard. Continue reading →