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New study digs into alternatives for Greens Creek Mine expansion
Public comment starts Friday on four options that could extend mine’s life up to 40 years
New study links mine to elevated lead levels in Hawk Inlet
Hecla Greens Creek Mine official ardently refutes the report’s findings.
Toxic mining talks linger between Alaska, Canada
Native and legislative leaders reinterate call for U.S. intervention after Canadian officials’ visit
Cleanup could be coming for Tulsequah Chief mine
Environmental groups welcome end of receivership after decades of limbo.
New paper sheds light on mining’s impact on salmon and transboundary watersheds
Decisions can have centuries of impact, according to researchers.
Sun and fun greet return of Gold Rush Days
Good weather and good turnouts welcomed the first day of the event.
Gov criticizes Biden admin over Bristol Bay review
Ready for litigation.
Forest Service set to approve Kensington expansion
Objections period is open.
Kensington public comment period extended
Another 10 years?
Tulsequah Chief Mine moves closer to clean up
60 years of effort.
Coeur is committed to environment in expansion, mine manager says
Public comment ends Dec. 14.
Opinion: Red Dog has strong environmental track record
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
EPA: Alaska led nation in toxic chemical release
Mining is a big reason why.
Pebble Mine opposition: Wrong mine for the wrong place
Public comment period ends in days.
Live: Rally to stop Pebble Mine permitting happening outside Sen. Murkowski’s office
Live coverage of the Juneau “No Pebble Mine” rally.
Competition trains rescuers for dire mining circumstances
Two Hecla teams did well.
Exploration continues for mine near Haines
It’s still years away from becoming operational.
8 senators send letter urging more transboundary water quality oversight from British Columbia
Mining impact on shared waters prompts action.
British Columbia mining standards put Alaskans at risk, experts say
Lawmakers hope the governor will be an advocate.
Scientists: Pebble Mine study doesn’t account for all risks
Group says Army Corps study does not pass as credible science.