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Alaska’s Bristol Bay region, one of America’s most spectacular places and home to the world’s largest runs of sockeye salmon, is being targeted for large-scale mineral development. The Pebble gold and copper mine--planned for the headwaters of Bristol Bay’s best wild salmon rivers--would be the largest open pit mine in North America.

Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay Alaska USA EJAtlas

Jan 23, 2020 Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay Alaska, USA. Pebble mine protests - Source: Water keeper.com. Anti Pebble mine sticker - Source: Capital Research Center. For over a decade, environmentalists and indigenous local residents fought to protect the salmon runs of Bristol Bay from the proposed Pebble gold and copper mine.

Pebble Mine in Alaska Key events Indian Country Today

Aug 04, 2020 If created, Pebble Mine would be the largest mine in North America. The project is estimated to be worth between $345 to $500 billion in minerals, including around 70 million ounces of gold, 50 billion pounds of copper, and 3.3 billion pounds of molybdenum. However, the mine’s creation could also potentially damage the Bristol Bay watershed ...

Huffman DeFazio Urge EPA Administrator to Protect Bristol

Sep 01, 2020 If constructed, the Pebble Mine would be the largest open pit gold and copper mine in North America. It would be sited at the headwaters of the Bristol Bay watershed, threatening a globally significant ecosystem and imperiling the world’s greatest wild sockeye salmon fishery, which drives a multimillion-dollar economy.

Army Corps puts the brakes on Pebble American Rivers

Sep 02, 2020 Just downstream from the Pebble Mine site lies Lake Iliamna— Alaska’s largest freshwater lake and home to one of two known freshwater seal populations in the world. As river advocates, we care deeply about all of these things. That’s why we will remain vigilant until the Pebble Mine is finally put to rest.

The World Needs Copper. Does It Need the Pebble Mine

Nov 15, 2017 Seventeen miles to the northwest, underneath snaking rivers and spongy bogs, lies one of the largest undeveloped deposits of copper and gold in North America. Mining …

Major Fishery Threatened by Proposed American Rivers

Jun 18, 2018 Ever since a Canadian company called Northern Dynasty proposed to build what would be one of the largest mines in North America just upstream from my home in the headwaters of our two most important salmon rivers, I’ve become an environmental advocate too. Today, the Pebble Mine is closer to becoming a reality than ever before.

The Resource War Over Pebble Mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay

Jun 28, 2013 British mining giant Anglo American and the Canadian firm Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. together form the Pebble Limited Partnership that would own and operate the Pebble Project. Anglo American is the second-largest mining company in the world and made $6.2 billion in profits last year.

Pebble Mine Alaska is this the end of the road

Dec 03, 2020 The end of the road for Alaska’s Pebble Mine project. 03 Dec 2020 (Last Updated December 3rd, 2020 15:53) South-western Alaska’s Pebble deposit holds world-class resources of copper, gold, silver, rhenium and more, but the project to develop it has been mired in controversy in years, with many issues building to a head in 2020.

Bristol Bay and The Pebble Mine Project Sizzlefish

The Pebble Mine project, if built, would almost certainly contaminate Bristol Bay, Alaska, which supports all five Pacific salmon species including approximately 46% of the world’s wild sockeye salmon. [4] Almost half of the Bristol Bay salmon production comes from the Nushagak and Kvichak River watersheds – two of the most endangered ...

Alaska tribes attempt to block the controversial Pebble Mine

Jul 22, 2013 Members of local tribes, fearing water pollution from the Pebble Mine -- which could become one of North America's largest -- asked the Environmental Protection …

Pebble hits back at Biden's pledge to block Alaska mine

Aug 10, 2020 According to a study by the Center for Science in Public Participation, the Pebble mine, if permitted, would be North America’s largest mining operation with an estimated $400 billion worth of ...

Anglo American Withdraws from Alaska's Pebble Mine

Sep 20, 2013 Trout Unlimited Alaska warns the Pebble Mine could be the largest open-pit mine in North America and it would be located in the headwaters of two of Bristol Bay’s most important rivers – …

About EPA's Proposal to Protect the Bristol Bay Watershed

Jun 29, 2020 A mine pit nearly as deep as the Grand Canyon. EPA estimates the mine would require excavation of the largest open pit ever constructed in North America and would cover nearly seven square miles at a maximum depth of over 3/4 of a mile. The maximum depth of the Grand Canyon is about one mile. Mine waste that would fill a large football stadium ...

Stickers salmon and stocks Pebble Mine by the numbers

The proposed Pebble Mine in the headwaters of Southwest Alaska’s Kvichak and Nushagak rivers has become a rallying cry around which an unlikely coalition has formed: Native tribes, commercial ...

FACTBOX History of Alaska's Pebble Mine project a long

Aug 25, 2020 Rio Tinto, one of the world’s largest mining companies, buys a stake of about 19% in Northern Dynasty. August 2007. Mining company Anglo American Plc and Northern Dynasty agree to …

Pebble Mine Final Environmental Impact Statement Faulted

Jul 26, 2020 Alternative 3, PLP’s preferred alternative, has a mine site footprint of 8,390 acres–an acre is roughly the size of a football field. The final size of the open mine pit is 609 acres, which would be a larger area than Washington, D.C.’s national mall and tidal basin. If approved and built, Pebble would be the largest mine in North America.

Rhenium discovery adds fresh intrigue to Alaska Pebble

Aug 21, 2020 Rhenium discovery adds fresh intrigue to Alaska Pebble mine decision. Rhenium is a strategic metal with military applications, and mine owner Northern Dynasty Minerals says new find could increase US domestic reserves by 84%. The Pebble project would be the largest mining venture in North America if approved (Credit: Northern Dynasty Minerals)

Largest Mines in the World 911 Metallurgist

Sep 04, 2013 The Kiruna mine, located in Lapland, is the largest and most modern underground iron ore mine in the world, managed by the Swedish mining company Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara AB. The Kiruna mine, with its underground jaw crusher, has an ore body 2.5 miles long, 260 ft to 390 ft thick and reaching a depth of up to 1.2 miles.

Commentary Chinese Market Meddling in Pebble Mine

Sep 16, 2020 One of America’s foremost energy experts is raising alarms over China’s latest meddling in U.S. mineral production. Dan Kish, a distinguished Senior Fellow at the Institute for Energy Research, says the attempt by a dubious Chinese investment firm to undermine Alaska’s Pebble Mine is one of many “war tactics” China is using against the United States.

The Truth About Pebble Mine Stop Pebble Mine Now

The Pebble Mine would cause irreparable damage to one of the last great wild places on Earth. The project would include a massive pit that’s at least a quarter-mile deep and more than a mile long, a nearly 200 mile-long natural gas pipeline, and a power plant large enough to light up a mid-sized city.

Trump administration set to green light Pebble Mine

Jul 24, 2020 Now, the Trump administration is poised to greenlight Pebble Mine, which would destroy large swaths of Bristol Bay and possibly permanently extinguish the planet’s largest and most productive salmon fishery, which is a $1.5 billion dollar per year annual economic engine for the state of Alaska, provides over 14,000 jobs, and on which 30 ...

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved plans for Pebble

Jul 24, 2020 The Pebble Mine, which would be the largest in North America, was halted by the Obama administration out of concern it would irreversibly damage the famous sockeye salmon fishery.

Bristol Bay National Wildlife Federation

If built, Pebble Mine will be the largest open pit mine in North America, up to two miles (3.2 kilometers) wide. The mine, located in an unstable seismic zone prone to frequent earthquakes, will require nearly 35 billion gallons of water a year, critically reducing flow to multiple salmon rivers.

Alaska's Clash Over Salmon and Gold Goes National

Nov 18, 2012 Called the Pebble Partnership, after the name of the mine they have proposed, Northern Dynasty and Anglo insist that a large-scale industrial enterprise—including a pit mine up to 2 miles (3.2 ...

The conservative case against developing Alaska's Pebble Mine

Aug 27, 2020 The Pebble mine is not such a project. The president should recognize that allowing a foreign mining company to extract America's riches and despoil its landscape is …

Alaska Pebble Mine Ground Zero Robert Glenn Ketchum

NO PEBBLE MINE #10, Pictures from Ground Zero: If constructed The Pebble will be the largest open-pit mine ever built, but beyond the mine site a haul road system must also be carved through the 10-17,000 ft Alaska Range to reach a port in Cook Inlet (also to be built as part of the complex).

PEBBLE MINE FACTS U.S. Gold Collective

Pebble would be the largest open pit mine in North America. Pit Size: 2 miles wide, as much as 2,000 feet deep. Sequestering mine waste would require two giant tailings ponds enclosed by four earthen dams, the largest measuring 4.3 miles long and 740 feet high (far bigger than Grand Coulee Dam). Other dams would be 700, 400 and 175 feet tall.

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