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It is also critical habitat for the largest free-roaming buffalo population in the world, who walk its forests, and its watershed is the only untouched breeding ground for endangered whooping cranes.
But in , the Miskew Cree First Nation contacted Unesco over fears the ecosystem was rapidly deteriorating. Community members no longer drink the fresh water from lakes or streams over fears of contamination and have reported that wild fish and game have developed abnormal flavours and deformities, said Melody Lepine, director of government and industry relations for the Mikisew Cree First Nation.
Two dams already cut across the Peace river and a new multibillion dollar hydroelectric project — known as Site C — has prompted warning from First Nations and environmental groups that river flows will continue to be weak in the delta.
Further complicating the situation, oil and gas operations in the northern reaches of Alberta continue to draw large amounts of water to sustain their operations. Experts on the UN committee also fear increased development in the region —including recently approved mining permits — creates near-unavoidable risks of chemical spills into the water system. The sprawling 4. Facebook Twitter Pinterest.
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