Southwest Alaska residents tell EPA chief no to Pebble Mine
One by one, representatives of a dozen Southwest Alaska communities stood to tell the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency of the threat they feel the massive Pebble mine prospect would pose to their way of life.
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#1 Aug 10, 2010
#2 Aug 28, 2010
Pebble mine to make their own laws? BP did.
#3 Oct 9, 2010
Do you want Alaska to be taken for London and Canada or to pay off China? Remember the Gulf Coast. How many times do you have to be lied to, in order to believe in the lie?
#4 Oct 9, 2010
Is Alaska only a colony for London and Canada? generous people to pay tribute and receive the liquid toxic waste in return. What about your economics? London and Canada will want to spread out into your regions, you may have more resources on your land than pebble.
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