New Film Looks at Continuing Problems From BP Oil Disaster in Gulf; and Tampa Business Group Holding Forum on Cuba This Week
Good morning, Welcome to Radioactivity. Iâm Rob Lorei. Today is Earth Dayâ¦..Coming up this past weekend marked the third anniversary of the BP Oil Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. BP is telling us things are back to normal. But a new film suggests that not all is well with the Gulf of Mexico. Weâll talk with the filmâs director. And weâll talk about a forum on US Cuba relations that will take place this Wednesday in Tampaâ¦..
But first- several listener comments about the presumed religious identity of the Boston Marathon Bombers and Jim Hightowerâs commentary from last Friday. Hereâs what three listeners had to say.
Last Saturday marked the third anniversary of the start of the BP oil disaster in the Gulf. After the initial outrage, most of the world has since forgotten about the upper Gulf Coast Communityâ¦.What has been the fallout from the spill? The cleanup process removed most of the visible signs of the disaster--- the oil on the surface of the gulf was made to disappear by using highly toxic chemical dispersants.
Thereâs a new film out that looks at the BP disaster â itâs called DIRTY ENERGY: THE DEEPWATER HORIZON DIASTER, by award-winning documentary film-maker- Bryan D. Hopkins. It looks at whatâs happened to fishermen, local environmentalists, scientists and members of the cleanup crew, who were hardest hit by the aftermath of the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon.
Hereâs the filmâs trailer:
Next up- there will be a forum this Wednesday at 11:30AM at the downtown Tampa Hilton on US-Cuba relations. It's being organized by Steve Michelini with the Tampa World Trade Center who joins us live.comments powered by Disqus