Mining News: Pebble opponents seek river protections
Fishing interests urge special safeguards for Bristol Bay watershed, highest level of protection for Koktuli River near Pebble
North of 60 Mining News
Environmental groups are pushing for special protection of watersheds near the enormous Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum deposit, which, according to the most recent estimate by the Pebble Partnership, contains around 80.6 billion pounds of copper, 107.4 million troy ounces of gold and 5.6 billion poun....
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Highest protections for Koktuli
Unauthorized water use
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