May, 2010

You Can’t Rewind an Oil Spill

By Larry J. Schweiger You can’t rewind an oil spill but you can put a pause to the next one.  Arctic ocean drilling is a mistake for wildlife.

Summer of Tears – A Commercial Fisherman Tours the Devastated Louisiana Coast

Help ensure NWF has the funding needed to be on the front lines assessing the impact of the BP Oil Spill to wildlife The following is an account from commercial …

Fines, Civil Fines, and Statistics around the BP Oil Spill

Just how much oil is spewing into the Gulf of Mexico daily? Who’s gonna foot the bill? What, exactly, will they be paying for, and how much? It seems like …

Administration’s Rush to Dirty Fuels Puts More Wildlife at Risk

As ugly images emerge from the Gulf Coast of wildlife oiled and dying from BP’s gigantic spill, the Obama Administration is rushing to build a pipeline to funnel an even …

NWF Scientist Visits Nesting Grounds Hit Hard By BP Oil Spill

Doug described seeing a brown pelican with its wings dirtied by heavy brown oil. The bird was preening in an attempt to clean itself off.

“A Blowout Scenario is Not Required”

By Larry J. Schweiger BP convinced the federal agency that oversees drilling safety, the Minerals Management Service (MMS), that a well blowout like what has now occurred at the Macondo …

“Angered” NWF President Blasts Lax Drilling Oversight

Federal regulators weren’t concerned about the risk of a catastrophic blowout & spill at the Deepwater Horizon site, according to a report in the New Orleans Times-Picayune: BP estimated that …

Electric Eels and Oil Spills

Electric eels are native to the Amazon and Orinoco River basins in South America, and fortunately are not one of the species that will be impacted by the BP Oil …

You Can’t Rewind an Oil Spill

The National Wildlife Federation is one of several conservation organizations sponsoring this new ad: Tell Interior Secretary Ken Salazar: No more oil spills, especially in critical polar bear habitat.

Join Us for a Tele-Townhall — BP Oil Spill’s Impacts to Wildlife

  |   May 25, 2010

It’s easy to feel disheartened while viewing the coverage of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. NWF has been at the scene of the disaster, leading reporters to …

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