A pipeline leak first reported on Saturday has spilled at least 126,000 gallons of crude oil into the Pacific, washing up on the shores of Huntington Beach and contaminating the area’s environmentally sensitive wetlands and marshes. While the leak has been stopped, clean-up efforts are just getting underway. We’ll talk about the effects of the oil spill and its impacts on the Huntington Beach community and environment.
Jacob Margolis, science reporter, KPCC and LAist
Deborah Sivas, professor of environmental law and director of the environmental law clinic, Stanford University