Dolphins are dying in great numbers in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Since February 2010, 1,308 dead or dying marine mammals — mostly bottlenose dolphins, including juveniles or aborted fetuses — have washed ashore on beaches and wetlands from Texas… Read More ›
“We can’t go fishing anymore. It has destroyed our fishing equipment,” Boma Macaulay, a fisherman from Bonny told Reuters, adding that it was the worst spill in at least five years.
The Christian Science Monitor recently summarized the National Wildlife Federation report issued April 8, 2014, that “…focused on 14 water, air, and land species located in the northern Gulf and affected by the oil spill, using data from independent scientists… Read More ›
XPRIZE (www.xprize.org), the global leader in incentivized prize competitions, today announced its largest commitment to date – a multi-year effort to launch three additional ocean XPRIZEs by 2020, as part of the XPRIZE Ocean Initiative. To accompany the Initiative, XPRIZE… Read More ›
Neptune 911 posted updates heavily during and after the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico. Since that disaster, numerous news releases have reported on the oil spill’s aftermath–some crafted out of public relations offices and others hard reported. Sea… Read More ›