Published on Apr 1, 2015
The environmental effects of oil rig disasters, like the PEMEX explosion and the Deepwater Horizon incident in the Gulf Coast in 2010, are still being felt throughout the region. However, critics like Marissa Knodel, a climate change campaigner for the nonprofit Friends of the Earth, say not enough real work is being done to prevent accidents like these. She sits down with Ben Swann and talks about how business as usual for oil companies might be endangering America.
Global Climate Change