Sunday, April 28, 2013

Thirsty Elephants

We are planning the Botswana, Kalahari stage of this project over the next two weeks for The High Cost Of Cheap Gas project. We have to balance our need to maintain our breaking news story with the need to share with our backers and possible backers the very shocking nature of this news angle. We will breaking open a story that has not been covered by any mainstream media at all, one that will affect the lives of the San Bushmen people, the farmers of Botswana and the wild animals of the Kalahari Desert.

This is the most news-based environmental story our team has ever worked on, and we are taking this responsibility very seriously. Known as the first people, the Kalahari San people and the animals they depend upon for their survival will bear the brunt of this vast development that will change the face of this unspoilt place forever.

Elephants like these ones in the Tuli Block of Botswana are completely dependent on wells for their water, wells that may run dry from de-watering of Coal Seam Gas developments and fracking.

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