Yesterday, at noon, Oceana – the worldwide organization whose goal it is to protect our world’s oceans – put out a call for a very very peaceful protest. Join hands, by the sea and say NO to OFFSHORE drilling.
Is this what our future holds?
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At noon and for the next 15 minutes, a group of about 100 people…or maybe more joined hands in front of San Pedro High School.
China, a woman born and raised in San Pedro, was standing next to me. She said: Look at all this sargasso on the beach…people complain. But this is from nature. We can clean this up, we can use it as fill or fertilizer.
But what if this was oil? Coating our reef and killing our wildlife?
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