Posts Tagged "Pebble Mine"

New Pebble permit requires $2 million bond

  Today, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) issued a new permit to the Pebble Limited Partnership (Pebble) that requires an…


Alaska Brief Newsletter — February 2017

Dear Supporter: Maybe you heard the story of the senator who persisted when told she couldn’t speak.Senate Republicans invoked a little known…

Alaska Brief Newsletter — January 2017

Dear Supporter: First, let me say thank you for your tremendous generosity to Trustees in your year-end giving!Because of you, we exceeded…

Pebble called “worthless”

A New York based investment firm gave Bristol Bay a Valentine this week. Kerrisdale Capital, a research-oriented firm, described the Pebble project…

Court Rejects Pebble’s Second Attempt to Subpoena Mine Opponents

A Federal judge has tossed out Pebble Limited Partnership’s (Pebble) subpoena issued to Dr. Carol Ann Woody. The subpoena is part of…

Pebble is Leaving a Mess for Alaskans to Cleanup

Earlier this month, Pebble Limited Partnership (Pebble) asked the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for a new two-year permit. This new permit,…

Kim Williams Guest Blog: Pebble Is Not a Victim

Guest Blog: Kim Williams is the Executive Director of Nunamta Aulukestai, a coalition of ten Alaska Native Village Corporations and Alaska Native Tribes. Nunamta…


Pebble Attacks Continue on Those Opposed to The Mine

Pebble continues its desperate attempts to intimidate its opposition by issuing more non-party subpoenas. Trustees for Alaska filed a motion to quash the subpoena of our client fisheries and aquatic scientist Carol Ann Woody’s.


EPA Cleared of any Wrongdoing for Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment

The Office of Inspector General Report clears EPA of any wrongdoing in the Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment and dispels Pebble’s complaints that it was treated unfairly by the Federal Agency tasked with protecting the environment.


2015 Conservation Victories: The Year in Review

Trustees for Alaska achieved many victories for conservation during 2015 including protection of the Arctic Refuge, Pebble permits ruled unconstitutional, predators protected, and many more.