Ariela Bairey Ben Ishay

Great! Now we need to work on avoiding such spills altogether! Gradually changing our life style to require much less technology.

Rishi Ahuja
Rishi Ahuja

keep it up National Wildlife Federation.we also thank you for this.

Bronwen Irene Williams
Bronwen Irene Williams

With all the zillions of pound profiteering in these big companies world wide why is it that charities are taking responsibility for manmade disasters? The gov't should try doing what it preaches. It's an outrage.

Kristy Stolp
Kristy Stolp

it's a start!

Michael Krohmer
Michael Krohmer

This is a great start, but I also agree that BP should dig deeper in ther pockets and give more to this Gulf Disaster they caused! I do hope more read this and give support. I am only the 130th to read!

Kari Dyrdahl
Kari Dyrdahl

YES

Ankie Ernst
Ankie Ernst

PLEASE JOIN & SHARE!

Pam Davis
Pam Davis
  • Ankie Ernst

how can u not look in those eyes and not care...

Kerry Firkin
Kerry Firkin

Yes they help to pay for the damage they have done.

Jo Starr
Jo Starr

Great news that the fines will go towards restoration. BUT how much are those fines, really? I doubt it's anywhere near enough. The fines should be much higher! And then all THAT money go towards restoration.

Andrea Lovitt Kollars
Andrea Lovitt Kollars

That is great news! Yes, I agree with Rafael......it's not enough & more BP officials need to be held accountable FOR SURE!

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