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Every year the EPA issues its annual Toxic Release (TRI) Inventory, and every year it creates confusion and misinformation regarding the Red Dog zinc mine… Continue reading
Mining is a big reason why.
Public comment period ends in days.
Live coverage of the Juneau “No Pebble Mine” rally.
Two Hecla teams did well.
It’s still years away from becoming operational.
Mining impact on shared waters prompts action.
Lawmakers hope the governor will be an advocate.
Group says Army Corps study does not pass as credible science.
‘Rock, Paper, Fish’ takes a skeptical, nuanced look at proposed Palmer Project.
The state needs to develop its abundant natural resources.
Experts weigh in on environmental and economic hazards.
Declining copper prices are to blame.
That sunny summer is to blame.
Alaskans are worried Red Chris could go the same way.
Over the weekend Katie McCaffrey and I spent almost eight hours approaching and exploring the Herbert Glacier at mile 28 on the Juneau road system.… Continue reading
One person is reportedly dead after being mauled by a bear near Greens Creek Mine.
The U.S. Forest Service on Thursday announced an agreement with the State of Alaska that may lead to more development in the Tongass National Forest.… Continue reading