Today it’s time for another update on the Pebble Mine saga – this is a great chance for you to help, and it’ll only take a minute of your time. The EPA has released the second draft of their Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment, and they’re seeking public comment. The EPA has the ability to decide [...]
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Here’s the latest standards and compliance news affecting corporate environmental and energy executives. Today’s briefing includes nine items. The European Union has voted to impose a two-year ban on neonicotinoids, a class of pesticides...Show More Summary
Patrick Clayton will offer his Pebble Mine photography completely free of charge to any non-profit group opposed to Pebble Mine in return for donating something to this project. There are a limited number of opportunities for companies to get on board as well. Kickstart Here
Pebble project is world's biggest undeveloped copper-gold-molybdenum deposit.
Gina McCarthy, President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency nominee will get her confirmation hearing this week. McCarthy is expected to face questions regarding the EPA's spending taxpayer dollars holding meetings regarding environmental...Show More Summary
When asked recently about the Pebble Mine Wardrop Report submitted by Northern Dynasty to the SEC, and now at the center of a possible investigation, Pebble Partnership CEO John Shively had this to say. I actually asked (Northern Dynasty) not to issue that report because I thought it was premature. LINK (via: Commercial Fisherman for Bristol Bay)
Northern Dynasty in February 2011 SEC Waldrop Report filing - "The proposed Pebble Mine design and specifications are feasible." Northern Dynasty responding to the EPA in August of 2012 - The Waldrop Report is a “fantasy proposal.” Maria Cantwell - Hello S.E.C.? LINK (via: Alaska Public Radio)
Pebble smart watches are starting to be delivered to early Kickstarter backers and I received mine yesterday. Here's a look at my first 24 hours with the $10M watch.
Senator David Vitter, serial john, diaper wearer, and top Republican on the Environment and Public Works Committee, wants the EPA to stop undermining the Pebble Mine. LINK Of course those ever diligent Pebble Mine advocates at resourceful earth are applauding Saint Vitter.
EPA's comprehensive Bristol Bay watershed assessment needs to be completed and issued in final as soon as possible, and EPA must then proceed promptly to protect the region under its federal Clean Water Act authority.
This year I was coerced by a hockey writing friend of mine to do a weekly one-and-done golf pool that allows you to pick one golfer, never to use them again in 2013. Since I'm doing it for fun (and DEFINITELY not for money, no way, no...Show More Summary
Leave it to the Daily Caller to push all the pro Pebble talking points in this story about Republican push back on the EPA's Bristol Bay watershed assesment. Republicans on the House Oversight Committee have sent a follow-up letter to...Show More Summary
You can't recreate untouched tundra, mountain meadows, crystal clear streams, and animals that have never encountered toxic waste. We don't have many of these wild places left. We should preserve the ones we do.
Every year tens of millions of salmon return to the pristine shores of Bristol Bay in Alaska. They linger in the bay's cool shallow waters...
Robert Redford asks us to join him in urging President Obama to stop the proposed Pebble Mine before it destroys Alaska's Bristol Bay. LINK (via:The Huffington Post)
A long-awaited study by the Environmental Protection Agency has confirmed that the Pebble Mine -- along with its estimated 10 billion tons of mining waste -- would spell disaster for Bristol Bay, its legendary salmon runs, its pristine environment and its people.
All in all, it was another tough year for the Pebble Mine. And, in the coming year, look for more of the same. Bristol Bay is no place for large-scale mining, and the Pebble Mine will eventually be stopped. It's only a matter of tim...
Opponents of the Pebble Project believe Alaskans should get a chance to choose which resource the state prizes most from Bristol Bay -- gold or...