Source: Greenpeace UK
Last week, hidden under piles of news about wikileaks and student uprisings was a pretty shocking story about Chevron’s oil spill response plan for its drilling in the North Sea. It’s a worrying read, with lots about their repeated computer crashes when trying to model spill scenarios. Perhaps we shouldn’t expect anything else from a company who said that dolphins and wales would likely be unaffected by a spill “given their good swimming abilities, relative intelligence and nomadic behaviour”.
The government doesn’t appear worried though and seems happy to let them continue boring holes in the sea bed. Not reassuring.
Does anyone else think the spill picture looks like they’re giving us the finger?