The Nature Conservancy could have done more .

By Steven Keeler | Aug 06, 2014


According to the Times, the Nature Conservancy has earned millions from gas and oil drilling on its Texas property, even if this specific well didn’t turn out to yield many profits. More so than the money, the revelation raises questions about the group’s commitment to some basic environmental objectives: The group, according to a spokesperson, “would prefer to get out of the oil-and-gas business entirely,” but has not, and in the process has potentially caused harm to an endangered species it was purportedly working to protect, and which have since disappeared from the site.


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While their at it, perhaps the conservancy will take some time to reevaluate their position on catastrophic global warming caused by CO2 - you know - the agenda our planet is NOT paying attention to .


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