Murkowski and Sullivan to
The recently released Pebble Tapes are nothing less than shocking. Pebble Mine executives have been deceiving the public about their true plans to build a much larger mine than proposed. It's time for Alaskan leaders to halt this corrupt permitting process and fight for Alaska.
Tell the EPA to
Pebble Mine will cause irreparable damage to the Bristol Bay ecosystem and threatens a way of life that has supported the region’s people for thousands of years. The EPA has a responsibility to protect the bay and the people who rely on it. Now is the time for them to provide real protections for Bristol Bay and veto the Pebble Mine project.
Bristol Bay, Alaska is one of the most ecologically and economically important watersheds on Earth. The bay supports the world’s largest sockeye salmon run, a $1.5 billion annual commercial fishery, and over 14,000 Alaskan jobs.
If fully developed, Pebble Mine would produce 10.2 billion tons of toxic waste at the headwaters of Bristol Bay, which will poison its waters, destroy the fishery, and devastate a way of life that has sustained the people of this region for countless generations.
Now is the time to take a stand and #VetoPebbleMine.
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