How will the price of seafood be affected by the gulf oil spill?
By your asking that particular question, I can only assume that you know the answer.
Also, food prices in general will be higher, and some in shortage, because a lot comes up the Mississippi.
Consider the cause of the oil spill. Yeah, obviously there was some engineering problem (or perhaps sabotage), but if it were not for huge world-wide overpopulation leading to scarcity of easily available resources, why would BP be having to drill a fricking MILE DEEP in the Gulf in the first place?
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I think that the oil spill will raise the cost of seafood and it could possibly not be from the oil spill but just another way to increase the price of food in general. I'm hoping that the people in the gulf coast will not have to go thru another traumatic loss because of a man-made disaster this time which should not have happened but more than likely seafood will cost us more.
I've already seen the price of seafood rise here on the gulf coast. This is particularly true in restaurants. I suspect people will cut back before paying prices that are almost double what they were 4-6 weeks ago.
by Victoria Dubois 8 years ago
We humans do not own this Earth, but we sure act as if we do! We were put here to share & co-exist with all of the beautiful creatures, not destroy their environment to suit our needs. After all, aren't we the one's with the brains & reasoning power?
by KFlippin 8 years ago
"Red tape keeps prized oil-fighting skimmers from Gulf, coastline"Published: Monday, June 28, 2010, 10:29 PM Chris Kirkham, The Times-Picayune Excerpts from the Article (Link to full article below):"As oil oozes inland, tainting marshes and fouling beaches, local...
by barrybaldwin 8 years ago
Give your suggestions about whether it is right to blame BP for the gulf oil spill?
by tobey100 8 years ago
The Gulf oil spill is bad. For that matter any oil spill is bad. I am not a rabid environmentalist but I do believe we need to protect the wildlife we have left as well as our beaches and wetlands. To a point. Let's not get carried away. Chris Matthews actually called...
by James L 8 years ago
Is anyone else seriously worried about the BP oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico?I've been staying on top of all the news reports and findings as well as researching the effects of previous oil spills and it seem the more I learn the more unsettling this whole situation becomes.
by ACRichmond 8 years ago
Do you feel confident the Gulf Seafood was not harmed by BP Spill?
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