SOURCE: Global Development

August 17, 2005 15:42 ET

Global Development & Environmental Resources Comments on Unusual Trading Activity

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 17, 2005 -- Global Development & Environmental Resources, Inc. (OTC: GDVE) has been made aware that the Company has been made the subject of a negative commentary on an Internet board called Global Development & Environmental Resources, Inc. wants to clarify that it has no relationship with, nor has any representative of spoken with management at the Company.

Global Development's CEO, Dr. Phil Pritchard, commented on the situation, "I have been contacted by a number of investors today regarding the unusual trading of our stock in what appears to be short selling of our common stock. While we do not comment on the intraday trading of our stock, we would like to reiterate to our shareholders that our business continues to grow and nothing has changed from a fundamental perspective. Our current backlog of contracts is now in excess of $80 million and we are working on a number of additional projects that could fuel even more future growth."

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