This field is mandatory!
As you can see, the water is literally bubbling with oil.
We've been in Louisiana for five days, and we've witnessed several oil spills first-hand.According to the Coast Guard, a total of 44 spills have been documented so far, with more than 7 million gallons of oil pouring into residential areas and...
We've seen residents, with little protection, who are constantly being exposed to toxics. No one we've spoken with has received safety instructions or heard word from their friendly neighborhood oil companies.
Here's us: Mark Floegel on the left and Mike Johnson on the right. We're using GPS to navigate in a region that's virtually unrecognizable, where street signs rarely exist.
And the remaining signs have new meaning.
Oil refineries like this one continue to sit underwater, and the extent of their damage is only slowly coming to light.
19 days after hurricane ‘Katrina’ hit, devastation is evident, with villages and towns still flooded with contaminated water from the oil industries. Local residents and officials blame a ruptured Shell pipeline for spreading oil through marshes...
Man braves flood waters in his destroyed village during the aftermath of Hurricane Stan. Hundreds of people have been killed and thousands left homeless by extensive flooding in Mexico.
Thousands of victims have been left homeless by Hurricane Stan.
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