Last year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied the Clean Water Act permit for Pebble Mine. But the company behind the project is still pushing for it – at the expense of the Indigenous communities that call Bristol Bay home.
If Pebble Mine is built, Bristol Bay’s pristine ecosystem will be at risk from 10 billion tons of dangerous toxic waste. Over 90 miles of salmon streams will be wiped out. And the local community will be catastrophically impacted.
The EPA could step in to protect Bristol Bay from the threat of large-scale mining polluters. But it has not taken action yet. Will you demand the EPA stop all threats to this iconic region?
Demand the EPA protect Bristol Bay and put people and the planet before corporate profits.
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