Posts Tagged "Pebble Mine"

Bristol Bay Case Won by Trustees for Alaska

Alaska’s Supreme Court rules that Pebble’s mining exploration requires public notice and analysis in the Constitutional challenge by Trustees for Alaska.

Supreme Court Rules that Pebble Mine Exploration Requires Public Notice and Analysis

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2015 Contacts: Kim Williams, Executive Director, Nunamta Aulukestai: 907.842.4404 Bella Hammond, Call Trustees for Press Availability Valerie…

Important Cases in 2015

Trustees for Alaska is working on important conservation issues and legal cases in 2015. Even with our limited resources, we have a…

Pebble Partnership Delayed Public Process on Bristol Bay

Over the last year, Pebble Limited Partnership (Pebble), the corporation behind the proposed Pebble Mine has filed three lawsuits against EPA, challenging…

Judge Dismisses Pebble Partnership’s Lawsuit

Anchorage, AK:  Ruling from the bench, Alaska U.S. District Court Judge H. Russel Holland dismissed Pebble Limited Partnership’s (Pebble) and Alaska Peninsula…

Top Ten Reasons Trustees for Alaska Defends Bristol Bay from the Pebble Project

Bristol Bay is pristine and wild. Spanning an area almost as large as the nation’s 10 smallest states combined, the region provides…

Pebble Lawsuits Begin to Pile Up

Trustees for Alaska’s attorneys continue to defend Bristol Bay from the threats of a large-scale mine with the potential to destroy the…

EPA Proposes Restrictions on the Pebble Project

Today, four years after Bristol Bay area Tribes petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to exercise its authority under section 404(c) of…

Rio Tinto Abandons Pebble Project

The last remaining major shareholder in the Pebble Project divested itself of its shares today. Rio Tinto, a global mining firm, owned…

EPA Moves to Protect Bristol Bay from the Proposed Pebble Mine, Initiates Section 404(c)

The Environmental Protection Agency announced today that they are initiating Section 404(c) under the Clean Water Act to ensure protection for the…

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