Haida Salmon Restoration Corp’s work has been described as a “rogue experiment”. Is it? – Company officials find receptive audience in Squamish

But the operators of a B.C.-based company under investigation for possible violations of Canada’s Environmental Assessment Act appear to be making headway in their quest to gain public and scientific acceptance of the iron fertilization project done in the summer of 2012 in the Pacific Ocean off the west coast of Haida Gwaii. [email protected]  12:17

One Response to Haida Salmon Restoration Corp’s work has been described as a “rogue experiment”. Is it? – Company officials find receptive audience in Squamish

  1. R Smith says:

    A rare Sabertooth whale washed up on shore dead long way from its normal range. Several rare serpentine oarfish have washed ashore dead. Sockeye salmon and haddock numbers are also down. Sardine populations have plummeted. Invasive species have increased. Salmon in the Salish Sea are dying. We shouldn’t be poisoning the ocean dumping iron into it. Before fertilization of the ocean there should be legitimate studies to see how iron “fertilizing” effects the environment. Greedy corporations shouldn’t be ripping off Native Americans to pollute the ocean as part of a scam to try to get carbon credits. They need to stop violating international law.

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