The University of Washington’s School of Aquatic and Fisheries Science Alaska Salmon Program has been studying salmon and other fish in Bristol Bay for nearly 70 years. What do fish … Continued
This week’s news related to the proposed Pebble mine includes the release William Cohen’s report on the EPA and details about Pebble Partnership’s litigation activity as it pursues a case … Continued
Quick links to recent news stories related to development of the proposed Pebble mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska.
Mount Polley reports piling up: recommendations, scientific findings, and a summary of future potential threats
Gold/copper mine, shut down since a tailings breach last August, likely to reopen this month, says BC mines minister.
Judge says there are many issues to grapple with in this case; will render a decision as quickly as he can.
Andrew was staunch advocate of Bristol Bay, who traveled widely to speak out against the development of the proposed Pebble mine.
Researchers from the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) were some of the first on the scene after an August 4, 2014 tailings pond breach released an estimated 2.6 billion gallons … Continued
Permitting timeline updated to included major events in the development of the proposed Pebble mine.
Federal Judge weighs postponing Pebble mine hearing (Alaska Dispatch News, May 5, 2015) Federal Judge H. Russel Holland, who is presiding over ongoing litigation brought by the Pebble Limited Partnership … Continued