06/23/2010 - While pictures of dying oil soaked birds and suffocated fish from America’s BP oil disaster continue to hit our screens, the Australian government is handing out leases for oil exploration in some of our most pristine marine ecosystems. But, 32 of Australia’s most prominent environmental organisations have now formed an alliance, calling for these environments to be protected.
In this story - Michelle Grady, Marine Manager of the Pew Environment Group
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