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This should be pretty self explanitory!

There is a mess, and it needs fixing. Untold damage has been done…and this is the second time in as many months oil has damaged our oceans and the life they sustain.

If i try to find the silver lining here, they say IF you learn from a mistake then that is the best outcome. Well, that is the lesson here. Lets learn from this and not end up with a black lining!

Cost cutting in industries is increasing to constantly improve the bottom line. This approach will see these kind of problems becoming more and more common. We need to shift from fossil fuels to sustainable alternatives. We have solar and wind energy technologies to name just two, at our finger tips. These energy sources both leave a far smaller environmental impact and far less risks involved in their production.

So lets start supporting these sustainable industries, and lets do it now.

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Comments

  • rubyred
    rubyredabout 4 years ago

    I can’t understand why it’s taking so long to fix the leak. There are some smart people out there, surely they can find a workable solution. And then there’s the cleanup to deal with… very sad. Alternatives people.

  • Yeah its F%#cked up basically. It’s starting to look like they knew there was a problem before it happened too. Cheers Roger, and I whole heartedly agree with your sentiments.

    – nofrillsart

  • Ross Robinson
    Ross Robinsonabout 4 years ago

    Ooh yes – I like it.

  • Thanks Ross. As you have done, this message is certainly something to get behind. Thanks!

    – nofrillsart

  • yanmos
    yanmosabout 4 years ago

    ooh yes once again

  • Cheers Yannis, glad you are liking it. :)

    – nofrillsart

  • Danny
    Dannyabout 4 years ago

    I always use oil to cook my fish
    what’s the biggie?

  • Now you won’t have to get your own, it will come with the fish and you will have NO choice. But speaking of cooking oil, you can run cars on biodiesel…which they often sourced from fish and chip shops oil.

    – nofrillsart

  • Scott Robinson
    Scott Robinsonabout 4 years ago

    Very few positives, other than the fact it spurs you to fine design..

  • Thanks Scott. Yeah its a big mess. Lets just hope we learn from it.

    – nofrillsart

  • Steven  Austin
    Steven Austinabout 4 years ago

    Unfortunately, there is less money in sustainable energy and those big corporations that make the money from oil also finance the politicians. Renewable energy ain’t ever gonna take off whilst the corporations rule the Earth. We are at a stage in the game when if we don’t do something yesterday we’ll all go under, yet we allow these things to happen. These guys must have some kinda master plan, if they hadn’t then renewable energy would already be in full swing. As you said, we have wind power, water power and bio fuels but the money is in oil. Cool design by the way :)

  • Its probably because the big oil companies buy the right to things like solar technologies and keep the market price for them high. Well, lets hope they learn something from this disaster. Thanks for the support.
    no frills

    – nofrillsart

  • R-evolution GFX
    R-evolution GFXabout 4 years ago

    Humans will never learn, and nice tee, good message

  • Thanks RGFX. One day we may hopefully! Cheers mate.

    – nofrillsart

  • Ben Lucas
    Ben Lucasabout 4 years ago

    yeah -great piece of design

  • Thank you Ben…glad you like it.
    Cheers NF.

    – nofrillsart

  • Gerard0101
    Gerard0101about 4 years ago

    hey nice one

  • Thanks Mate!

    – nofrillsart

  • JanT
    JanTabout 4 years ago

    Good job about a horrifying subject. I’d buy this but be afraid to wear it in Alaska.

  • Ha…yeah i could imagine not wanting too. Thanks Jan.

    – nofrillsart

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