BP Gulf oil spill: Turtles to be protected from ‘burn boxes’ – CSMonitor.com


Why did it take so long for BP and the US Coast Guard to agree to allow wildlife rescuers to pluck sea turtles out of corralled oil patches to keep them from being incinerated alive?

When we carelessly destroy wildlife, and/or the environment, we put our own existence in danger. Yet if we are all determined to go to hell because our love affair with oil and gasoline, must we also drag all of our planet’s wildlife along with us?

BP Gulf oil spill: Turtles to be protected from ‘burn boxes’ – CSMonitor.com.

Sign the Move On Petition to keep BP aware of our wishes to protect wildlife and the environment:

http://pol.moveon.org/seaturtles/?r_by=21526-8428722-JaqToPx&rc=paste

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2 thoughts on “BP Gulf oil spill: Turtles to be protected from ‘burn boxes’ – CSMonitor.com

  1. Obama told America that if we can win WWII and put a man on the moon, we can solve this crisis as well as our dependency on fossil fuels.

    But there’s a missing piece: the soldiers in WWII had the Pentagon and Neil Armstrong had NASA. What’s the man on the street supposed to do to solve the fossil fuel problem? Is it time for an organized, funded effort?

    The following link is to a satirical video, but it underscores this issue in real terms.

    Link: You’re Soaking In It

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