Holding BP Accountable

oil on elmer's island.jpgTake action to help hold BP accountable and call on the company to protect and restore the natural resources of the Gulf of Mexico. The BP oil disaster continues to negatively effect the Gulf environment. Despite happy promises and slick ad campaigns, the company is fighting hard to limit their liability and spend as little as possible on fines and recovery.

In a high profile announcement, BP agreed to spend $1 billion to fund 'early restoration' over two years.  We're at the end of that timeline and the early restoration effort has only programed $70 million, less than 10% of the initial promise.  None of the projects will restore pelican nesting habitat, despite the fact that Louisiana has proposed a number of different barrier island projects to BP.

Tell BP anything less than full accountability and restoration is unacceptable by filling out the form below and sending them your message.

Photo by GRN. BP's oil washing ashore on Elmer's Island, LA on September 26, 2012.

Recipients

  • Robert Dudley, BP CEO
  • Mike Utsler, Head of BP's Gulf Coast Restoration Organization

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