While I grant that the politics of dams and fish are not the topic of greatest interest at a site focused on national politics, I want to highlight this really.
I cannot overstate how huge this is, especially given who is making the proposal. For nearly three decades, the region has been stuck in unending litigation and spiraling costs as.
In a world where everything is terrible, it's worth noting the rare things that are not terrible and remember that there are real lessons in these stories. When migratory fish.
Donald Trump sure has shown those neoliberals how a Man of the People governs: For years, the Interior Department resisted proposals to raise the height of its towering Shasta Dam.
The story of the Puget Sound orca carrying around her dead calf for over 2 weeks is incredibly sad and moved a lot of people. That pod of orcas, one.
As the endless battle to manage salmon in the Columbia River basin marches on, the courts are now forcing the govenrment agencies that manage salmon to respond to new data.
On March 1, 1936, Boulder Dam (both prior and later known as Hoover Dam) was turned over to the federal government for operation. Examining the labor of its construction is.
I found this article on the rise of radical ecoprotests in France really interesting because it reinforces my understanding of the nature of developed world protest since 1991 as being.