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Despite the threat of irreparable damage to Bristol Bay, Pebble Mine permitting is being rushed through at record speed. The EPA has a responsibility to protect Bristol Bay and the people who rely on it. They must stop Pebble Mine from receiving key permits and veto the 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 #StopPebbleMine.

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