Deepwater Disaster: Moratorium

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Panelists discuss the moratorium on offshore drilling at the 2010 Netroots Nation conference.

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Deepwater Disaster: Response and Recovery on the Gulf Coast
FRI, 07/23/2010 - 3:00PM, Brasilia 6
The catastrophic explosion that caused an oil spill from a BP offshore drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico is now the worst oil spill in U.S. history. Even as representatives from the oil industry and the government work to manage the crisis, we still don't know what the full long-term impact will be to the fragile Gulf Coast. We'll discuss what the current situation looks like, what environmental groups and activists are doing to help with the cleanup and, more importantly, how to break our country's addiction to oil and move toward developing alternative energy sources.
PANELISTS: David Pettit, Kate Sheppard, Bob Cavnar, Van Jones

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Video title: Deepwater Disaster: Moratorium
Category: Netroots Nation Netroots Nation 2010 Environment
Submitted by: Will Urquhart




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