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Old 12-17-2007, 06:33 AM
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Originally Posted by lyn2shoes View Post
Maybe once they clear out the room to build they'll replant, maybe for one massive old ass about to fall oak they had to plow down so it wouldn't fall and kill people in the building they are building they will plant 2 trees...and for the rest of the trees they massacred how about they plant new trees. And how about going green means we all know that plants make seeds and people also are capable of replenshing the tree supply.

you're really not serious about this comment, are you?
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Old 12-17-2007, 09:36 AM
Location: Over yonder a piece
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Originally Posted by groove1 View Post
But why not retrofit an existing building or find suitable space where they don't have to chop down trees? If GM can retrofit many of its LARGE auto plants to being environmentally friendly (Lansing, MI and Buffalo, NY are where two of them are), Kanawha should be able to it without sparing a single tree. There's already too much destruction of habitat for wildlife in that area. You can go green all you want but if you are destroying trees to accomplish it, you are defeating the purpose. What would happen if every tree on the planet was destroyed but every thing built in their place was "green"? The whole world would die out quickly.
Well I agree with you there, HOWEVER, one of their reasons for building there is to do the Native American Museum - which relates to that specific section of land they are developing. And I think they are planning on keeping a significant number of acres intact. If you look at the Land Plan Draft on the Kanawha website, it certainly looks like over half the land remains completely intact.
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