Massive restoration still needed in Gulf of Mexico

BP’s “cleanup” in Gulf of Mexico has done little for wildlife: Far more oil and tar mats needs to be removed, and massive ecological restoration needed.

And that doesn’t even touch the far more pervasive damage done to human and wildlife health done by their toxic dispersants, whose primary purpose was cosmetic: to make the oil slick less visible, and thus seem less damaging.

BP still hasn’t parted with the vast majority of the spill-related money, as they continue their powerful court efforts to reduce the fine.

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