EARTHblog » Jennifer Krill

Why Anglo walked away from the planet’s richest undeveloped gold deposit

Jennifer Krill's avatar
By Jennifer Krill

September 27, 2013

The BusinessWeek story asks Why Miners Walked Away From the Planet's Richest Undeveloped Gold Deposit and partly answers its own question.

We appreciate the shout-out. But we also want to make it clear that the Bristol Bay Protection pledge and market pressure from the No Dirty Gold campaign are just one part of a broad effort in which dozens of tribes, conservation groups, and business played a part. Credit is due to this diverse coalition of Native Alaskans, commercial and recreational fishermen, chefs, students, and many others.

Read more

Tagged with: no dirty gold, bristol bay, anglo american, pebble, cynthia carroll, northern dyansty

California Comes out of the Fracking Closet

Jennifer Krill's avatar
By Jennifer Krill

September 12, 2013

Senator Fran Pavley’s (D – Agoura Hills) bill to regulate fracking and acidizing for oil and gas passed the California Assembly by a vote of 47-17 yesterday. Earthworks had initially supported SB 4, but we withdrew our support after the bill was weakened at the last minute by the oil and gas industry and California’s surprisingly pro-drilling Governor Jerry Brown, just days before it came to a floor vote.

Read more

Tagged with: fracking, california, acidizing, doggr, sb4, fran pavley, ceqa

Page 7 of 19 pages ‹ First  < 5 6 7 8 9 >  Last ›

On Twitter

@cbs11jack @CBS11 You have neither corrected a clear error, nor have you approved a comment on your site noting the error. Disappointing.
MT @TXsharon: Verified: frackers think status quo is “responsible drilling” #fracking

On Facebook