Torrent in Colorado River Is Unleashed to Aid Fish
A torrent of water was released into the Colorado River from the Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona on Tuesday, in a disputed effort to improve the environment for fish in the Grand Canyon.
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#1 Mar 6, 2008
Anytime man tries to play Mother Nature he screws it up.
#3 Mar 7, 2008
Liberal icon Warren Buffet is now standing in the way of the solution reached for the Kalmeth River in California.
Liberals have fought for years about the Salmon and other "environmental causes". Now those who disagree with their demands have caved - again - and agreed the damns should be removed.
BUT...Warren Buffet is fighting it...because of the millions of dollars he currently makes selling electricity generated by those damns.
Just goes to show leftist idealism stops when it infringes upon them and their selfish agendas.
#4 Mar 7, 2008
Klamath River Dams' Removal Hinges on Owner
Warren Buffett Refuses To Meet With Klamath River Tribes And Fishermen
The Klamath Riverkeeper is filing a lawsuit today in the U.S. District Court in San Francisco against Warren Buffett's PacifiCorp for polluting the Klamath River.
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