Register to attend October science panels on Pebble-related topics

The Keystone Center has planned a series of Independent Science Panels (ISP) in October on topics related to environmental studies released by the Pebble Limited Partnership. The 3-day panels will be held at the Consortium Library on the University of Alaska Anchorage campus, and they will be open to the public. However, space is limited, so attendees must register in advance.

Scheduled topics

October 2: Geology and Geochemistry

October 3: Geology and Geochemistry, Hydrology and Water Quality Studies

October 4: Hydrology and Water Quality Studies

October 9: Fish, Wildlife and Habitat

October 10: Fish, Wildlife and Habitat, Socioeconomic and Cultural Studies

October 11: Socioeconomic and Cultural Studies

TBA: A final science panel discussion exploring both mining and no-mine scenarios is planned for a later date.

Can't attend in person?

The Independent Science Panels will be broadcast and web-streamed live by KTOO on Alaska Public Television.

 

Register to attend. (Space is limited.)

More information about the Keystone Center.

Read the Keystone Center's original stakeholder assessment on the Pebble project.

See videos from the first Independent Science Panel on the topic of Responsible Large-Scale Mining.


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About Pebble Watch

Pebble Watch is an impartial, educational and fact-based initiative of the BBNC Land Department to disseminate information regarding the proposed Pebble Mine project to BBNC shareholders and interested parties. 

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