The Center for Biological Diversity, Earthjustice and the Center for Food Safety has hit the water developer, Cadiz Inc, with a lawsuit in an attempt to save the wildlife and ecosystem of the Mojave Desert. Both organizations are opposed to the construction of Cadiz’s 43 mile pipeline proposal which they believe would cause more harm than good. Senior scientist at the Center for Biological Diversity, Ileene Anderson, emphasizes that the survival of the Mojave ecosystem is contingent upon it’s water supply. Despite these assertions from an expert, Cadiz continues to promote the benefits of the pipeline, focusing only on the pros of the project and refusing to acknowledge the validity of the scientific claims.

Environmentalists Sue Again in Attempt to Block Cadiz Desert Water Project

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