|NRDA: Environmentalists worry that spill recovery money will be...|
|Wednesday, 09 November 2011 18:18|
By George Altman, Washington Bureau – Press-Register - al.com – November 5, 2011
Environmental advocates worried Friday that without public oversight and participation, the billions of recovery dollars that could be headed to the Gulf Coast as a result of last year’s oil spill will be squandered, and Gulf ecosystems will continue to suffer.
NRDA is tasked with repairing the Gulf environment to its condition just before the spill began. But with lost wetlands and other ecological damage done to the area throughout the years, that’s not good enough, panelists said. To read full story, click here.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 November 2011 18:29|