Friday, February 01, 2008

This Land is My Land, This Land is Your Land . . .

Things are at the tipping point in Wyoming's Upper Green River Valley, the longest wildlife corridor in the lower 48, and southern stronghold of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Industrial operators are proposing to drill yet another 4,400 new gas wells in addition to the 642 already operating on the Pinedale Anticline, a prominent sagebrush mesa located within the Upper Green.

The rapid rate of development of these new wells would only further degrade the entire Valley's air quality while continuing to depress wildlife populations that have been subjected to environmental pressures for years.


Hye said...

That is a bad news for me... again???

I think authorities should start thinking about the mother Earth, not only revenues and money. What do you think?


CyberCelt said...

What I hate is the "taking" of profit, resources, heritage . . .


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