The upcoming Trump administration brings renewed threat to Bristol Bay and the approval of the Pebble Mine. “Ronald Thiessen, chief executive officer and president of Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd, said he expected the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to announce in … more ?
2016 closed for the Pebble Mine like so many years before it -- with no progress: no permit, no application, and no new financial partner. As it did in 2015, the last remaining company in the once-formidable Pebble Partnership - theShow More Summary
An independent scientific report commissioned by the United Tribes of Bristol Bay revealed on-going contamination, including failure to properly close and reclaim past drill wells, by the company behind the proposed Pebble Mine. “Pebble has broken rules and promises in … more ?
A new chapter opened today in the battle against the proposed Pebble Mine, as the World Conservation Congress overwhelmingly adopted a motion opposing the embattled mega-mine and other large-scale mining in the Bristol Bay region of southwest Alaska and urging the U.S. Show More Summary
KING SALMON, AK – In response to the hearing held this morning at 10:00 am EST by the U.S. House Committee on The post Bristol Bay sportsmen to U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources: Hearing misses the mark on Pebble Mine appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Whatever your position on free trade - or specifically on the North American Free Trade Agreement ("NAFTA") - here's something everyone can agree on: NAFTA does not support a claim for damages against U.S. taxpayers by the last remaining...Show More Summary
Deterioration continues in the financial condition of Northern Dynasty Minerals ("Northern Dynasty" or "NDM") - a small Canadian exploration company, and the only remaining investor in the once formidable Pebble Limited Partnership ("Pebble"). Show More Summary
Today marks the third hearing the House Science Committee has held on the proposed Pebble Mine right in our backyard in Bristol Bay, Alaska. The distance between Washington, D.C. and Alaska has never felt farther than when we hear these...Show More Summary
There's more bad financial news for Vancouver-based Northern Dynasty Minerals, the last remaining company in the now-depleted Pebble Partnership - the company behind the reckless scheme to build a massive open pit mine in the heart of...Show More Summary
Those of us who enjoy to hunt and fish should want to know where the presidential candidates stand on issues related to the natural resources that make possible the sports we love. One issue that's key in understanding the ideals of anglers and hunters is the debate surrounding the proposed Pebble Mine, in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska. Show More Summary
Hunting, Fishing Leaders to Hold Press Tele-Conference and Release Letter In recent years, over 1,150 sport fishing and hunting groups and businesses The post Thursday: 6 Million Hunters Demand Presidential Candidates Take Stand on Pebble Mine appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
DALLAS – Millions of sportsman across the nation will be asked to demand that the six presidential candidates state their position on The post Dallas Safari Club Supports Protection of Pebble Mine appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
The Climate Shield website hosted by the U.S. Forest Service provides geospatial data and related information on locations of cold-water refuge streams for native Cutthroat Trout and Bull Trout across the U.S. In the fight to protect Bristol Bay, language often … more ?
Earlier this month, when the Inspector General of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") issued the results of an independent investigation undertaken at the urging of The Pebble Partnership ("Pebble") -- the beleaguered mining partnership behind the massive Pebble Mine proposed in southwest Alaska - the company responded angrily. Show More Summary
Canadian exploration company Northern Dynasty Minerals is the only partner remaining in the once formidable Pebble Partnership - the poorly-funded proponent of the reckless scheme to build a massive mine in the headwaters of the world's greatest wild salmon fishery. And it's the kind of company that gives the mining industry a bad name. Show More Summary
A new report by the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Inspector General (IG) has validated the EPA's review of the proposed Pebble Mine project in Alaska's Bristol Bay, concluding that there is "no evidence of bias in how the EPA...Show More Summary
The battle to stop the infamous Pebble Mine isn't over, but if you're a shareholder in the embattled project, 2015 was another disappointing year. (Photo credit: Robert Glenn Ketchum) In court and in Congress, trying desperately to recharge...Show More Summary
The Washington Times touted a report attacking the process the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) used to develop proposed restrictions on environmentally-destructive mining in Alaska's Bristol Bay, without disclosing that the report...Show More Summary
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been working to protect Alaska's Bristol Bay, home to the world's largest sockeye salmon fishery, from the adverse environmental impacts of a proposed mineral excavation project called the Pebble Mine. Show More Summary
In the latest installment in the saga of the embattled Pebble Mine, there is inescapable irony in last week's release of The Pebble Partnership-funded "independent" report by former Defense Secretary William Cohen and his firm The Cohen Group. Show More Summary