It’s no mystery why most Alaskans in Bristol Bay oppose the Pebble mine

It’s a sure sign of desperation when the CEO of the consortium of foreign mining  companies that want to build one of the largest open pit mines in North America  claims to be defending the National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”) from  “attack.” According to the Pebble Partnership’s John Shively, environmental groups and  “politically motivated groups” are running a “campaign to subvert and evade  NEPA” by mobilizing in support of EPA’s review of the proposed Pebble Mine – a  reckless scheme to build a massive open pit mine in the headwaters of the  world’s greatest wild salmon fishery in Bristol Bay, Alaska.    [email protected]

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