An oil spill in Mauritius is threatening to devastate local biodiversity

Tons of oil have been spilling from a stranded tanker in Mauritius, sparking an "environmental emergency". Now locals are attempting to contain it…

08/10/2020 4:09 PM


  • Sebby C.
    08/13/2020 19:27

    That's horrible. The beach and sea is so beautiful...

  • Beth H.
    08/13/2020 14:34

  • Mark S.
    08/12/2020 20:00

    Dont worry..the tens of hundreds of dollars will be used to pay for the corporate owners lunch..and a tax refund.

  • Jamie S.
    08/12/2020 11:40

    We are literally a Cancer to this planet! 😞

  • Oliver R.
    08/11/2020 21:55


  • Daniela H.
    08/11/2020 19:31

    And ..this is only the beginning of sorrows. The earth is moaning.. Better pay attention 😔

  • Nikola B.
    08/11/2020 14:43

    Not a tanker.

  • Jonathan D.
    08/11/2020 14:33

    Why the fuck is it still allowed to pass trough these waters with such dangerous shipment? Fuck the oil industry

  • Michael P.
    08/11/2020 10:18

    The billionaires that own the oil and the tanker should clean up their own shit. And get a hefty fine for this happening.

  • Jeanette L.
    08/11/2020 09:06


  • Cathie A.
    08/11/2020 08:30


  • Theer R.
    08/11/2020 07:38

    The marine ecosystem in this area is no more the same.

  • Michelle S.
    08/11/2020 03:14

    They’ll screw it up . No technology and no training.

  • Wes E.
    08/11/2020 01:42

    Says protected islands so why was it over there? And also it says nothing of this magnitude has ever happened but did we all just forget the bp pipe bust at the bottom of the gulf??

  • Nancy A.
    08/11/2020 01:14

    Why was it even there, so close to shore??? 😑

  • Liezl W.
    08/10/2020 22:06

    Eduard Weder

  • Elizabeth M.
    08/10/2020 21:35

    Exxon Valdez 😢

  • Jonny H.
    08/10/2020 19:14

    Is it only me that sees a solution? Large empty tanker with large pumping hose and coupler to stranded oil ship. Helicopter pad on empty pump container ship. Take off and land operatives onto stranded ship, bring hose over, couple up and pump all the excess oil off the stranded ship. Then large tow salvage ship comes and fixes the hold, pumps out water. Rows ship off reef. Or if tanker is not salvageable at least the majority of the oil is off it reducing pollution to the environment.

  • Pat O.
    08/10/2020 18:56

    I'd like to know if the Japanese media is covering this disaster. Shame on the nation.

  • Alun L.
    08/10/2020 18:28

    There should be million of activists there! Why the government doesnt organize the transport!!!

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