Environmentalists who are old enough to remember will never forget March 24, 1989.
Those who may not remember it still know its fateful story: the beautiful coastlines of Alaska and British Columbia drenched in one of the worst oil spills the world has ever seen. Thousands of birds and animals coated in oil, dead or dying along the coast.
A new attack ad against the Northern Gateway project replays the radio call from the Exxon Valdez on that fateful day:
Huffington Post takes a look back at the story here.
Terri Tremblett is a freelance writer and editor who also works in finance and dabbles in various artistic pursuits. She is equally at home walking the beach or digging in the dirt but has not yet mastered the art of walking by a book store without going in. Her education did not end when she finished university, as her life regularly proves.
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