2-Year Anniversary of Kalamazoo Oil Spill, July 25, 2012
Tar sands oil is the most toxic fossil fuel on the planet that leaves in its wake scarred landscapes and a web of pipelines and polluting refineries all while delaying our transition to a clean energy economy. It is an oil disaster that we can still stop.
July 25th marks the two-year anniversary of the Kalamazoo oil spill, the largest and costliest inland oil spill in American history. The Kalamazoo disaster destroyed jobs, compromised human health and poisoned the environment in Michigan. The spill is still not cleaned up.