American Packrafting Association Pebble Mine
The mining proposal that goes by the innocuous-sounding name of “Pebble” is more like a giant meteor that will leave a 3-mile wide crater in the middle of Southwest Alaska. It’s the worst possible idea in the worst possible place. This mine would actually “Pollute Every Bristol Bay Lake (and River) for Eternity.”
Pebble isn't the only mine you need to know about Hatch
Feb 12, 2018 Pebble Mine is arguably the most publicized, criticized, and hotly debated mining proposal in modern American history. In the summer of 2014, the EPA proposed restrictions under the Clean Water Act that essentially shuttered the possibility of mining in that area.
CSP2 Pebble Engineering Geology Issues
The proposed Pebble Project, by Northern Dynasty Mines, Inc. (NDM) and Anglo American plc, is a relatively low grade copper-gold-molybdenum sulfide deposit in Southwest Alaska. The deposit outcrops on the surface (Pebble West), which would be mined by open pit mining
Rivers of Bristol Bay AK American Rivers
Pebble Mine would create approximately 1,000 temporary mining jobs, while indefinitely threatening 14,000 fishery jobs. Because the Pebble project will require massive new infrastructure to operate in the Bristol Bay region, many smaller mineral claims surrounding the Pebble deposit will be able to tap into and benefit from Pebble’s roads ...
Donald Trump Jr. calls for blocking giant Pebble mine
Aug 05, 2020 The Canadian miner became again the sole owner of Pebble in 2013, after Anglo American walked away from the project, in which it had invested $573 million. Pebble’s permitting process has been ...
EPA to Withdraw Water Protections Open Door for Pebble
Jul 11, 2017 The Pebble Mine—as last proposed by the Pebble Limited Partnership to its investors and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission—would generate up to 10 billion tons of toxic mining …
Alaska Natives Lead a Unified Resistance to the Pebble
Apr 20, 2021 Alaska Natives Lead a Unified Resistance to the Pebble Mine. The effort to stop a massive mine project in Bristol Bay, Alaska, has been a decades-long …
Pebble and Related Mining Environmental Impacts
Jan 29, 2021 The Pebble Mine could have directly affected about 1300 hectares of wetlands and 81 miles of salmon streams in Koktuli River Watershed by polluting waters, destroying the fish industry thereby un-employing about 14,000 Americans. The remaining hectare of dewatered, fragmented habitat is another number.
Pebble Mine Bristol Bay Native Corporation
Why BBNC Opposes Pebble Mine. Since 2009, Bristol Bay Native Corporation has formally opposed the proposed Pebble mine at the headwaters of the Nushagak and Kvichak Rivers in Bristol Bay, Alaska. These rivers support the prolific salmon runs in Bristol Bay, which produce tens of millions of sockeye salmon every year and support a billion-dollar ...