Jamie Rappaport Clark considers the long-term costs of off-shore drilling in this video report from the Gulf.
It was day two of my Gulf Coast tour with Defenders of Wildlife. We wanted to visit this national park to understand better what awaits the mess of oil and toxic chemicals now loitering in the Gulf from the April disaster that has to date unleashed millions of gallons of oil into the waters of this region.
I woke up this morning in Fairhope, Alabama. It seemed so appropriate, staying in a town named Fairhope. As we wait for this disaster to unfold, we all are embracing any sort of “fair hope” that damage caused by the spill won’t be as bad as anticipated.
Waiting….. and worrying …. That’s what the people all along the Gulf coast here are doing now. The locals, the reporters, the researchers and the wildlife. We are all waiting. Waiting for the spill to reach shore and we all know it’s coming.
Check out this video of reporter Glynn Wilson of the Locust Fork News-Journal interviewing Defenders executive vice president Jamie Rappaport Clark, on May 5 at Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama.