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Environment Agency advised Tiger Woods Group NOT to Cut Beach

Nassau, Bahamas (August 26, 2008) - A Bahamas Government environment agency, the BEST Commission, had concerns about the potential negative effects of the Tiger Woods Albany marina channel on Adelaide beach and the surrounding coastal and marine environment. According to reliable sources, "The BEST Commission felt the marina channel could damage Adelaide beach and the surrounding coastal area. They advised the government against cutting through Adelaide beach." Concerned members of the

Marine Scientists ask Tiger Woods not to destroy Bahamas beach

Nassau, Bahamas (August 20, 2008) - In an open letter to Bahamas Prime Minister, Hubert Ingraham, the Young Bahamian Marine Scientists (YMBS) organization urged The Bahamas Government to immediately stop land and sea dredging at the Tiger Woods Albany Bahamas project. "As young future leaders, we refuse to sit back and passively watch the destruction of our resources, which include, but are not limited to, beaches, wetlands, coastlines, reef systems and

Tiger Woods Project May Harm Vital Bahamas Water Supply

Nassau, Bahamas (August 26, 2008) - Sam Duncombe, President of reEarth Bahamas ( urges pro golfer Tiger Woods to "green up" his resort or withdraw support for Albany Bahamas development that sits on an important freshwater lenses. In a letter to Tiger Woods on March 25, 2008, Duncombe wrote, "I write to you to register my deep concern for the environmental and social problems associated with the Albany project and would

US Chemist Warns: Tiger Woods Albany Bahamas Golf Course Development Could Threa …

Nassau, Bahamas (August 7, 2008) - In an interview in The Bahamas, US water and hazardous chemical specialist Samuel Sage outlined that access for Bahamians to a consistent and affordable water supply could be threatened by Tiger Woods Albany Bahamas development. According to Mr. Sage, the Environmental Impact Assessment on the proposed luxury development does not include evidence of developers considering its long term impact on New Providence's fresh water supply. Sage

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