Underreported: Bush's Legacy in the Oceans

Thursday, February 12, 2009

In his final days before leaving office, President Bush created the largest marine sanctuary in the world off the coast of Hawaii. But, he also opened up large parts of the American coastline to oil drilling. Michael Sutton is Vice President of the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California and directs the aquarium's Center for the Future of the Oceans. He'll take us into the murky depths of Bush Administration's marine policies.


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Comments [1]

hjs from 11211

and thanks to his global warming policies soon there will be even more ocean to love

thanks bush worst-president-ever!

Feb. 12 2009 01:31 PM

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