The BP Deepwater Horizon oil disaster was bad – 200 million gallons bad – but thanks to the RESTORE Act, we have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make the Gulf better than ever. With the billions of dollars that BP owes, oiled marshes will get replanted, oysters will get new shells for homes and barrier islands will get rebuilt. There’s one problem, though—how do you replant a fish or restore a dolphin? Find out how and then do something about it. Let the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council know that the Gulf should be restored where the BP oil disaster began – in the deep water.
Trash has infiltrated all reaches of our ocean from our coastlines to the deepest depths. That sucks. Luckily, there are 10 easy ways we can stop sucking and start helping.