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Hurricane Ida Damage Lookout: Volunteer Online!

Join Hurricane Ida Damage Lookout! Stand up for environmental justice in Gulf communities and fight back against oil and gas development. This is something you can do from the comfort of your own home. Whether you spend 5 minutes or an hour on this project you are helping identify the impacts of Hurricane Ida to industrial facilities throughout Louisiana.

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Taylor Energy: We’ve got the Receipts, now Kill the Wells

For over 16 years, Taylor Energy has leaked crude oil into Mississippi Canyon Block 20, threatening sargassum, dolphins, and sea turtles with a surface sheen which had extended tens of miles daily.  Before Skytruth and other organizations like HealthyGulf, Southwings, LEAN, Louisiana Bucket Brigade, and Waterkeepers in the Gulf Monitoring Consortium stepped up their review …

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Great.com interviews Healthy Gulf about working with local communities to protect the Gulf of Mexico

Emil Ekvardt from Great.com interviewed Healthy Gulf as part of their ‘Great.com Talks With…’ podcast. This series is an antidote to negative news stories that aims to shed light on organizations and experts whose work is making a positive impact on the world. The Waters We Love Will Waste Away  The Gulf of Mexico is …

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Antenna Art Gallery Partnership: Oil & Gas in the New Orleans Art Community

Antenna Art Gallery Partnership: Oil & Gas in the New Orleans Art Community

[[WRITTEN BY REX SIMMONS, HEALTHY GULF INTERN]] The Helis Foundation, which is the philanthropic entity of Helis Oil & Gas and the William G. Helis estate, frequently touts their contributions to public arts in Louisiana. Helis funds a master’s program at Xavier University for gallery and exhibition management, sponsor sculptures and murals, and even pays …

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