Late Night: BP to “Teach” Kiddies Environmental Science
Irony is coughing up blackened blood and gasping its last breath:
BP, the energy giant responsible for the largest offshore oil spill in history, helped develop the state’s framework for teaching more than 6 million students about the environment. Despite a mixed environmental record even before the Gulf of Mexico disaster, state officials included BP on the technical team for its soon-to-be-completed environmental education curriculum, which will be used in kindergarten through 12th-grade classes in more than 1,000 school districts statewide.
Chapter 4: Oil and Water DO MixChapter 5: Why Crabs Don’t Need Lungs, AnywayChapter 6: Identifying Food PoisoningChapter 7: Chapter 7 for the Life AquaticChapter 8: How to Get Your Life BackChapter 9: How Big is the Ocean, Really?Chapter 10: Chaos Theory – Why Accidents Are UnavoidableChapter 11: The Science Behind Using Chapter 11 to Blackmail the GovernmentChapter 12: Public-Private Cooperation: Putting the Ass in Public AssistanceChapter 13: Al Gore is Fat, Needs a BOPPlus a special supplement for the Gymboree set: “Everybody Plumes”.