Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation says it has removed Russ George, Leader of B.C. ocean fertilization project

The California businessman behind a controversial ocean fertilization project off B.C.’s west coast has been fired, but the group behind the project says it still supports the concept. Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation says it has removed Russ George as a director and terminated his employment as an officer of the Haida Gwaii-based corporation. continued

  • R Smith

    Russ George has been told that under UN law, his practices of large-scale dumping iron into the ocean is illegal. The sockeye salmon are largely on the decline, iron dumping may have contributed to the decline of the premium salmon. Iron dumping can contribute to poisonous algae blooms. Iron could set off the pH, and can be destructive to coral and other sea life. Iron dumping might deplete oxygen from the ocean and atmosphere. Russ George is suspected of investment schemes ranging from carbon credits, solar scams, Cold Fusion scams. His offices have been rated by authorities, and he has been fired. Don’t let corporate greed destroy the environment.

  • R Smith

    The sockeye salmon are largely on the decline, iron dumping may have contributed to the decline of the premium salmon. Iron dumping can contribute to poisonous algae blooms. Iron could set off the pH, and can be destructive to coral and other sea life. Iron dumping might deplete oxygen from the ocean and atmosphere. Shortly after the rogue “scientists” dumped tons of iron in the ocean, rare species, like the sabertooth whale washed up on East Coast beaches. Oar fish that normally are only found in deep ocean, started washing up on the America East Coast. Scientific studies should be done to evaluate the risks, before tons of iron are recklessly dumped into the ocean killing off wildlife.