"The blowout was awful, but look at the bigger picture, writes Safina in this illuminating, monitory study: 'The real catastrophe is the oil we don't spill…the oil we burn, the coal we burn, the gas we burn…And as the reefs dissolve and the ocean's productivity declines, so will go the food security of hundreds of millions of people.'"
Oceanographer and nature writer Safina (The View from Lazy Point
, 2011, etc.) etches an emotional topography of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil blowout.
Read full book review >