Corn Production Blamed for Growing 'Dead Zone' in Gulf of Mexico
There is a 6,000 mile area of the Gulf of Mexico, just off the Louisiana shore, where no lifeform can live. This "dead zone" is so polluted; there is not enough air for fish gills to even breathe. And, a group of local activists tell The Louisiana Weekly that the "Dead Zone" is expanding.
The members of Gulf Restoration Network tried to make their case about the dangers just two weeks ago to The Environmental Protection Agency's Dead Zone Task Force at the Embassy Suites Hotel in the Warehouse District.
Matt Rota with the Gulf Restoration Network explained how the reduced oxygen at the ocean floor that is killing marine life.
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