The Deadly Truth About Dispersants in the Gulf


The Ocean Doctor on WebTalkRadio.netJuly 12, 2010: For the first time anywhere, hear the full, uncut story about BP’s unprecedented use of dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico and learn why it’s making a terrible situation far more serious. We hear from marine toxicologist, Dr. Susan D. Shaw, director of the Marine Environmental Research Institute in Maine, during her second research trip to Louisiana. Also, what you can do to help stop BP from continuing this practice, which represents an uncontrolled experiment on the Gulf of Mexico’s ecosystems.

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Marine toxicologist, Dr. Susan Shaw, director of the Marine Environmental Research Institute, Blue Hill, Maine

Marine toxicologist, Dr. Susan Shaw, director of the Marine Environmental Research Institute, Blue Hill, Maine

If you found this week’s interview with Dr. Susan Shaw troubling, please consider signing our petition and let the Administration know that you oppose the continued use of chemical dispersants, including the toxic Corexit, in the Gulf of Mexico.

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