BP's Tatics in Cape Vincent Ny

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

BP Disaster recovery plan



 Bp recognizes that the Deep Water Horizon disaster they created has caused lost revenue, because of a drop in tourism in the Gulf States.  As a result they have established a tourism recovery fund.


Two years in a row BP has awarded Vermilion Parish, Louisiana $500,000 which was spent for advertising promotions in travel magazines, radio advertising in neighboring states, along with brochures and Internet ads. Also, 26 festivals in Vermilion Parish were given anywhere from $4,500 to $850, depending on the size of the festival.

 Tibbetts point light by Rollin V. Hanson ~ Before

   The Thousand Islands is home to one of the most beautiful vistas in the world.
Our tourism based economy relies on visitors from across the globe that come to the Thousand Islands to enjoy its scenic splendor.


 In the future will BP be establishing a Cape Vincent Wind Farm Disaster fund for our tourism recovery?

  Tibbetts point light by Rollin V. Hanson ~ After

  
 BP's monstrous industrial wind machines will be blight on the beauty of this region. 












Related links:

 BritishPetroleum awards Vermilion Parish $500,000 grant for promoting parish

Scottish tourism chiefs admit wind farms will 'drive holidaymakers away' 

Wind turbines hurt tourism, claim critics

Scotland will be in serious trouble and will lose tourism

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The night sky tonight is truly spectacular-a natural wonder that will never be quite the same if industrial wind turbines are installed in the Cape ,Lyme, Clayton region. Enjoy it while you still can!

Proponents of wind power dismiss this potential destruction of such beauty in nature as simply a necessary collateral impact. Something we will adjust to ,like seeing power line poles along the roadways.

When will we realize that in the pursuit of so-called clean energy to sustain a quality of life we believe is essential,we will have severely diminshed that very quality of life by destroying the natural beauty of our environment,while,at the same time putting at risk much of the avian population that provides a critical balance to the order of wildlife,and therefore man.

BP can claim a considerable contribution to that diminsishing of life, if allowed to play out their scam in our region.