Waterkeeper Updates

EPA Must Improve Oversight of State Enforcement

On December 9, 2011, the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of the Inspector General issues a report entitled EPA Must Improve Oversight of State Enforcement.


"Let’s get started on restoration"

The public-comment period on the first phase of spending on oil-spill restoration projects has begun, and the work itself is expected to begin within a few months.


APNewsBreak: Suit challenges first offshore lease sale since Deepwater Horizon spill

By Associated Press, Published: December 13

NEW ORLEANS — Environmental groups challenged the first attempted auction of offshore petroleum leases in the western Gulf of Mexico since the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010, filing a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court.


Mobile Baykeeper receives grant from EPA

EPA Awards Six Environmental Justice Grants in the Southeast


Mobile Bay Keeper Inc. (Mobile, AL) will train property owners, business owners, and others who live and work along Alabama’s 670 miles of tidally influenced shoreline to identify and report impacts from the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and other coastal threats become engaged in the Natural Resource Damage Assessment process and understand the importance of coastal restoration.

Update from Gulf Restoration Network


"I had the occasion more than once to fly over Elmer’s in 2010 during the height of the BP drilling disaster. Thanks to a donation of a great camera and lens by the Wallace Global Fund and the support of generous sponsors, especially Jo Billups, I was able to document impacts all throughout the Gulf. Take a look at these aerial photos from Elmer’s Island last year." Johnathan Henderson, Blog - BPs Oil Drilling Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico

Mark your calendars!! 2012 Pharmaceutical Take-Back Event!

The next Pharmaceutical Take-Back Event is scheduled for Saturday, April 28, 2012! 

Escambia to vote to clean up Saufley Landfill

Written by

Jamie Page, Pensacola News Journal

Escambia County commissioners tonight will vote on a contract to cleanup and close the abandoned Saufley Field Landfill.

Proposed measure could bring BP fine money to Gulf Coast

Five states would get 80 percent of payments

Written by
Deborah Barfield Berry

Baldwin County Now: Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft’s Congressional testimony


Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft testified before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure on the need for the RESTORE act to be approved by Congress. The act will direct a large portion of fines expected to be paid by BP to the five coastal states affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster.

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