Ecocide
A Fishing Community Struggling to Survive After the Gulf Oil Disaster

Ecocide - A Fishing Community Struggling to Survive After the Gulf Oil Disaster
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Ecocide
On April 20th 2010 the Deepwater Horizon, a Transocean-owned, BP-leased oil rig exploded. The blaze claimed the lives of 11 workers and the uncapped well gushed for 87 days pouring…
Ecocide Bonus Feature - Polly Higgins Interview
International lawyer Polly Higgins discusses Ecocide law.

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