Friend or foe? Villagers ponder proposed Pebble mine - Anchorage Daily News


September 28, 2013 By Sean Cockerham -- ILIAMNA -- In the vast, green, windswept tundra of Southwest Alaska, the planet's greatest remaining stronghold of wild salmon, an open-pit mine of staggering proportions is being more

The bitter battle over Alaska's salmon - BBC News


BBC News looks at the animosity between Alaska's fishing community and those promoting the proposed Pebble Mine. -- By Stephen Sackur BBC News Alaska July 23, 2013 more

Native Alaska, Under Threat - The New York Times Op-Ed


Written by Bristol Bay native and professional snowboarder, Callan J. Chythlook-Sifsof, this article explores the risks of building the Pebble Mine.  -- By: Callan J. Chythlook-Sifsof June 27, 2013 more

World’s Largest Wild Salmon Population Threatened by Giant Alaskan Mine -


By Charles Kennedy May 2, 2013 -- Seven months ago the EPA completed an assessment of the affects that the proposed Pebble Mine would have on Alaskan Lands and wildlife, stating that the effects were minimal and approving the plans to begin developing the more

EPA: Alaska mine project could hurt salmon streams - Anchorage Daily News


By BECKY BOHRER — Associated Press JUNEAU, ALASKA — Build-out of a large-scale mine near the headwaters of a world-class salmon fishery in Alaska could wipe out as many as 90 miles of streams and alter stream flows, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said in a revised assessment released more