I have signed the petition below and all I can find on the net to do with this awful environmental disaster. Humanity really must wake up and take not of what we are doing to the Earth Mother, yes all of us, we can't just sit back and blame the oil men and corporate business, because without us buying they oil for our cars and homes they would'nt exist !! So in a way we are all responsible for the spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Please if you have not done so already, take a few moments to sign the petition below to stop Off Shore Drilling
Much Love and Blessings
The oil spill in the Gulf is all over the news.
Right now, it is on pace to be worse than the Exxon Valdez and is pumping at least 5,000 barrels of oil a day - that's over 200,000 gallons - into the biologically diverse and commercially productive Gulf of Mexico.
As the massive oil spill continues to grow, it exposes the dangers of offshore drilling. We need to send a message to President Obama and your Senators to ban new offshore drilling and support clean energy alternatives.
Sign the petition to Stop the Drilling » Take Action to Stop Offshore Drilling »
Offshore drilling will NEVER be safe. Sign the petition to ban new offshore drilling now.
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It has never been more clear that offshore oil and gas production is a dirty and dangerous business and that our ability to prevent and contain spills has not kept pace with our ability to access oil below ocean waters. Drilling is not safe and alternatives such as offshore wind power can provide more jobs and help solve climate change while never spilling.
Send a clear message to President Obama and your Senators that you demand a clean energy future that breaks our dependence on oil and stops the drilling.
Please sign the petition to Stop The Drilling »
For the oceans,
Senior Campaign Director, Pollution Campaigns
PS. At least 400 species of wildlife are threatened by the oil spill in the Gulf. We need to stop the drilling today »
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