“I’ve been in touch with many departments within the federal ministry,” he told Canadian radio. “All I’m saying is that everyone from the Canadian Revenue Agency down to the National Research Council and Department of Fisheries and Oceans and Environment Canada – these people, they’ve all known about this.”
Sometimes you "Just do it" when environmentalist are screaming about it. Now, the question is, will they ignore moratoriums which are not their own but imposed upon them by others, and benefit thereby, or will they buckle under to environmentalist who are ignorant, stupid, easily swayed by rhetoric rather than facts, and with strong lobbies to large federal govts in North America and probably elsewhere.
In July 2012, entrepreneur Russ George dispersed 100 short tons (91 t) of iron sulphate dust into the Pacific Ocean several hundred miles west of the islands of Haida Gwaii. The Old Massett Village Council was persuaded to finance this geoengineering project as a salmon enhancement project with $1 million in village funds. The concept was that the formerly iron-deficient waters would produce more phytoplankton that would in turn produce more salmon.
Lawyers, environmentalists, and civil society groups are calling the dumping a "blatant violation" of two international moratoriums. In May 2013, the Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation removed George as a director of the company and ended his employment. The 2013 salmon runs defied all expectations, more than quadrupling, from 50 million to 226 million fish.
However, many environmental groups objected to the process.
Fired, for being successful. Actually it was to alleviate pressures from the radical, foaming at the mouth environmentalist that he was fired.