The National Audubon Society invites you to a special webcast on Gulf Coast restoration and how we can hold BP accountable for the loss of habitat and wildlife.
This free webcast will air November 18, 2010, 1 PM EST. It will be archived as well for those who can’t make this event. Register here.
We will hear from Chris Canfield, Audubon’s Vice President for Gulf of Mexico Conservation and Restoration, our wildlife scientists will be on hand for questions, and we’ll have some Gulf video footage produced by Cornell Lab of Ornithology that is sure to be spectacular. We’ll also focus on important legislation that can help birds, wildlife and the coast with some quick and easy actions everyone can take.
Please register for this free, interactive event and pass this along to anyone you think would be interested in learning more about the state of the Gulf, its and wildlife, and how we can all ensure that BP is held accountable for the tragic impacts in the Gulf as a result of the spill.