Deepwater Horizon

Scientists believe that the Gulf of Mexico as a whole is almost recovered after an oil spill that occurred a year ago. However, experts are concerned about the mysterious deaths of hundreds of young dolphins and turtles, the appearance of a strange color in crabs and dead areas on the seabed. The main problems lie at a depth in hard-marshes, as well as a very leisurely food chain. Some of them are science will not know for several years. A year after the spill of nearly 5 million barrels of oil, about 66 miles of the Gulf Coast are in varying degrees, contaminated thousands of square miles area remains closed to fishing businesses. The consequences of the accident at the BP platform, continue to threaten the flora and fauna the world of the Gulf Coast, say environmentalists.

Oil companies have not learned the lesson of disasters that occurred last year on an oil rig Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico, and still plan to catch at sea without environmental risks, say environmentalists. The situation remains tense in Japanese death toll in the devastating earthquake in Japan and the ensuing tsunami continues to grow. Learn more at: Eva Andersson-Dubin. According to published in Saturday data, the official death toll is 14 000 238 12 228 on the list of missing persons. The greatest number of people killed in the prefectures of Miyagi, Fukushima and Iwate. At this point continue the search work, including the emergency evacuation zone around nuclear power plants 'Fukushima-1', where, according to rescuers, may be thousands more victims.