A Comprehensive Restoration Plan for the Gulf of Mexico

The Natural Damage Assessment Trustees have reached a settlement with BP to resolve BP’s liability for natural resource injuries from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Under this settlement, BP will pay up to $8.8 billion for restoration. Based on the trustee’s thorough assessment of impacts to the Gulf’s natural resources, they have selected the comprehensive, integrated ecosystem restoration approach for restoration implementation. This approach is outlined in the comprehensive restoration plan below. The plan will allocate funds from the settlement for restoration over the next 15 years.

Mississippi Trustee Implementation Group Releases Third Draft Restoration Plan

Mississippi Trustee Implementation Restoration Plan II

Executive Summary RPII_EA in Vietnamese

Mississippi Trustees Release Draft Supplemental Plan for Grand Bay

Review the Comprehensive Restoration Plan for the Gulf of Mexico (the settlement with BP called the Consent Decree)

Review the Administrative Record

Review the Phase III Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement

Review the Final PDARP

Review the Environmental Compliance Overview

Review the NRDA Work Plans