Posts Tagged "Bristol Bay"

Alaska Brief–July

Complicity takes many shapes. It can show up as apathy, distraction, and ignorance. It can wear the disguise of “business as usual.”…

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Failure is the new complicity

We submitted over 400 pages in comments on the Army Corps’ draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Pebble mine showing that…

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How does the Army Corps’ draft EIS break the law?

Trustees for Alaska and the Sierra Club Environmental Law Program just submitted 400-plus pages of comments on behalf of 15 client groups…

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Alaska Brief–June 2019

It’s hard to speak up when you don’t feel heard, and harder still when you feel threatened. Dominant power structures have used…

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Speak for the fish

Speak up for the salmon, animals and people of Bristol Bay.

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Pebble is an unwelcome guest

The science used to justify the proposed Pebble mine lacks credibility. The financing behind the project looks sketchy. The processes for pushing the project lack internal accountability.

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Alaska Brief–April 2019

Happily, the sun has returned, with wild flowers, devil’s club, mosquitoes, bears, and salmon right behind it.  It seems like spring prompts…

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Last chance to say No Pebble mine!

The last public hearing on the draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Pebble mine takes place today, April 16, in Anchorage,…

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Pebble’s big fish story

Pebble says it can operate a massive mine to coexist with the biggest sockeye fishery in the world. They’ve been telling that…

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Science debunks Army Corps’ Pebble conclusions

This is the first of a series of stories Trustees will post on the scientific flaws and omission in the Army Corps…

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