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Andrew Whitehurst of the Gulf Restoration Network, an environmental group, said it's disappointing to see Denbury having so many problems after reworking the Mississippi fields in the early 2000s.
In 2013, the Gulf Restoration Network, along with other partners,
"I don't think people know that we have this ocean in the United States that's filled with industry," said Scott Eustis, an ecologist for the Gulf Restoration Network, as his six-seat plane circled the spill site on a flyover last summer.
After the BP drilling disaster, we cannot afford to loosen common sense safety measures while increasing risky drilling operations in the Gulf, said Cynthia Sarthou, Gulf Restoration Network executive director.
Funds raised by Aveda Institute Corpus Christi will benefit Gulf Restoration Network and Lower Mississippi Riverkeeper - local charities that work to protect our waters from pollution.
Last year, the Aveda Walk for Water in Dallas, Texas, raised $30,000 for their local organizations, the Gulf Restoration Network and the Lower Mississippi Riverkeeper.
The building's agents, The Galluccio Group, Prudential Douglas Elliman and The Gulf Restoration Network hosted an opening last week of work by local photographers.
Among her supporters was the Gulf Restoration Network, now one of the frontline citizen groups responding to the BP blowout disaster.
The Gulf Restoration Network, an environmental organisation that seeks to protect the natural resources of the Gulf region, rejected the outcome of the internal investigation.
The philanthropic world is potentially overlooking the damage being done to the mental health of those affected, according to Cynthia Sarthou, executive director of the Gulf Restoration Network in New Orleans.
"If it gets landward, it could be a disaster in the making," said Cynthia Sarthou, executive director for the environmental group Gulf Restoration Network.
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