Proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska will endanger brown bears – and much more

Proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska will endanger brown bears – and much more


Bear catching salmons, Alaska. Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care

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The world’s most productive salmon fishery and a stronghold for the state’s bears are under threat from an open-pit gold and copper mine…

Read Full Article, Guardian UK (05-20-2020)

The EPA made a surprise move that could protect the world’s largest salmon fishery; CNN (01-27-2018)
In a surprise reversal, the EPA announced it is withdrawing its plan to suspend environmental protections for the Bristol Bay watershed in Alaska, that is home to the world’s most valuable wild salmon fishery…

DON’T LET TRUMP AND PRUITT TURN ALASKAN WILDERNESS INTO WASTELAND: NRDC Petition
There’s a new front in President Trump’s war on our environment: Alaska’s spectacular Bristol Bay. And if we don’t stop them, the resulting pollution and environmental destruction would be a catastrophe for the wildlife and communities that call Bristol Bay home…

World Unites Against Pebble Mine, NRDC (09-06-2016)

The Wild Alaskan Lands at Stake If the Pebble Mine Moves Ahead; Yale E360 (07-31-2015)

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