Welcome to Blue Seals. We are a non-profit organization and rapid-response team of conservation experts that provide direct action, intervention, and exposure to environmental crimes around the world. The Blue Seals’ mission to Stop Oil Spills the Gulf of Mexico marks the first time in history that this newly-formed team will take their training into the air and sea in a courageous effort to help raise awareness about the horrific toll that crude oil can have on marine ecosystems. Blue Seals’ Founder Peter Brown is long-time collaborator of Captain Paul Watson and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (made famous by Animal Planet's “Whale Wars”).
The Blue Seals urge that the American public take a strong stand against offshore drilling along our nation’s coasts. For more information go to https://blueseals.org
This world-class facility was built with funds from the 1989 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill and introduces visitors to the wonders of the ocean.
China, already the worlds biggest coal consumer is about to to expand its use even further. Oil prices hold near $78 a barrel ahead of inventory figures later in the week that could send it through the $80 mark. Two decades after the Exxon Valdez disaster, a tugboat working to prevent another oil spill in Alaska's Prince William Sound ran aground on the same reef and left a three-mile sheen of fuel oil on the water. Salvage crews have completed transferring oil from the tugboat.
Louisiana's Oil Covered Marshes, Louisiana Oil Spill 2010 is an oil spill that threatened to eclipse even the Exxon Valdez disaster.
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Watch a short video titled: The Exxon Valdez Disaster: 20 Years Later
In March 1999 Ed Bradley reported on the Exxon Valdez spill, ten years after it had spilled millions of gallons of crude oil in Alaska's Prince William Sound.
Almost 20 years after the Exxon Valdez disaster, the effects are still felt, not only in an environmental sense, but in the community. As Byron Pitts reports, some fear they'll never recover.
Marking the 20th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez disaster in Alaska, Katie Couric reports on the spill's lasting effects on those who lost everything and are still waiting for justice.
The New York Times In 1989, a tanker ran aground off the coast of Alaska, causing one of the worst oil spills in United States history. Nearly 25 years later, the lessons of the Exxon Valdez continue to resonate.
Video number four is here (early too). We're getting closer to converting the car to electric every week! In this video I removed the seats & carpets before scrubbing & hosing them down. The amount of brown water that came out of those seats was pretty gross but at least my fiance will sit on them now. :) I ended up scrubbing the metal floor, door skins and ceiling too and I can finally say the car smells good!
Earth Day One week after the oil spill in Valdez, Alaska, NBC’s George Lewis reports that it was not only an environmental disaster, but it may also have been a crime so the FBI is investigating.
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As the clean-up efforts of the massive British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico continue, CBS News' Ben Tracy returns to the site of another infamous man-made disaster in Alaska.
Plastic - from production and distribution to consumption and pollution - set to Queen's Who Wants To Live Forever.
Our plastic problem is our oil problem. It all comes from the same stuff, crude. And right now, there's more BP crude spilling into the Gulf than Exxon Valdez could have dreamed of. Meanwhile our plastic production and consumption continues unabated, choking every living thing in the ocean, in the air, and on land, and potentially contaminating the entire marine food web.