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Pebble Mine: The Worst Idea Ever

Taryn Kiekow Heimer

Posted January 24, 2013 in Reviving the World's Oceans, Saving Wildlife and Wild Places

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I have blogged time and time again about the devastating impacts of, and significant opposition to, the proposed Pebble Mine at the headwaters of Bristol Bay, Alaska. The following infographic expresses both, conveying the staggering magnititude of the project in one powerful image.

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Comments

Jessica JonesJan 25 2013 09:58 AM

Dont be ridiculous. Just stop. . Protect what is vital - the Earth and biodiversity!

Mark WinklerJan 25 2013 10:09 AM

This would be a huge mistake. A good leader would be sure to stop it. What have we?

Terry-Anne SertoriJan 25 2013 10:18 AM

The "Infographic" breaks it down into understandable bite size bursts of I formation for the average joe to understand.And it clearly spells trouble for man and animal alike!PLEASE don't let this project go ahead!

Jacquelyn SidorJan 25 2013 11:22 AM

Please stop this from happening. The facts show it to be a detriment to the people and the land. Please pursue and invest in alternative energy. This must stop before it is too late for all of us. Thank You

Bradley CookJan 25 2013 05:04 PM

Please Stop this abominable crime against the most unspoiled refuge for wildlife.

Heather ShoupJan 25 2013 10:14 PM

Please protect us grin anther Barkley pit

Susan KohnJan 26 2013 01:53 PM

This is a crime against man and nature, and my question is, who in the government is benefiting?

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