Coastal and clean up concerns: BP's drilling disaster, Gulf Tides Part 6 (4:40)
Date of Video: Aug. 16, 2010
Tim Robbins narrates the ongoing series documenting the environmental issues and coastal community concerns in the wake of the BP drilling disaster. This episode features interviews with Len Bahr, Ph.D. the coastal science adviser to 5 different Louisiana Governors and Matt Rota of the Gulf Restoration Network discussing the Louisiana sand berm project, intended to block oil from entering the marsh. The episode also features an interview with Danny Lee of the organization Boat People SOS, discussing the challenges facing the Vietnamese commercial fishing community as they attempt to find work in the BP vessels of opportunity program.
Featuring music from Anders Osborne and other Gulf coast musicians. Gulf Tides is produced by the Gulf Restoration Network, and supported by the Vitalogy Foundation.
See the full Gulf Tides series by clicking here.