19 Apr '11, 10pm

We need to still hold ourselves accountable & responsible for the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill. Latest from OFS’

As we reflect on the past, it is time to be more proactive and think of what environmental legacy we are leaving for future generations. We need to continue to search for more sustainable, renewable resources, knowing our every day lifestyle choices could keep us drilling deep into sensitive marine environments with disastrous consequences. Instead, we could slowly wean ourselves off these non-renewable energy sources and tap into the free services of Mother Nature, extracting energy from the wind, the sun, and the tides.

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