(August 29, 2001) Probe International demands the release of a CIDA-financed environmental assessment of Belize’s proposed Chalillo dam.
We must protect the scarlet macaw and other endangered wildlife from senseless annihilation.
(May 15, 2001) The Senegal River Basin Development Project, a US$1-billion dam project, completed in 1988, has already brought economic ruin, malnutrition, and disease to hundreds of thousands of West African farmers, and is expected to spread more misery when it starts generating power in 2002.
Robert Bateman Letter.
(April 25, 2001) Canadian hydro dam threatens Central American wildlife. Some of the world’s leading tropical ecologists and wildlife experts have joined the campaign against a hydro scheme that threatens endangered Central American wildlife.
PRESS RELEASE: Environmentalists urge Newfoundland-based Fortis Corporation to abandon hydro scheme in Belize
(January 25, 2001) Canadian and U.S. environmental groups sign letter urging the Newfoundland-based Fortis Corporation to abandon its plans to invest in a hydro dam on Belize’s Macal river.
(November 21, 2000) Hydro scheme threatens jaguar, Scarlet Macaw habitat.