But as Peter Gleick said in 2006, “Desalination will be part of California’s water future, but the future’s not here yet,” said Dr. Peter Gleick, President of the Pacific Institute. “Most California communities can find additional water, quicker [for less money, by improving efficiency and management.”Imagine my almost surprise when I read this yesterday:
Say, isn't that the same ethically-challenged Dr. Gleick that stole documents and made up communications supposedly from the Heartland Institute trying to discredit it as a source of climate research?
Kind of makes you wonder what his agenda here was. Was that "efficiency and management" simply [government restrictions] diverting water from agriculture? Or was it more about restricting human presence in California than being honest about alternatives? You know, herd all of the humans into the cities and let the agricultural efforts literally dry up?
Nah, that would be something a radical environmental organization might try to do.
Well, I guess that confirms it.