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Silence is Golden, Leaden, and Copper

Silence is Golden, Leaden, and Copper

PUBLICATION DATE: July 1, 2004

AUTHOR: Robert Repetto

SUMMARY: The study investigated the adequacy of Canadian and US mining companies' disclosures of material environmental information. Disclosures were found to be deficient, especially in the disclosure to investors of known material environmental risks and liabilities.

Factoid #14: A Dinosaur More Ridiculous Than Barney

Factoid #14: A Dinosaur More Ridiculous Than Barney

PUBLICATION DATE: June 22, 2004

Dirty Metals

Dirty Metals

PUBLICATION DATE: June 16, 2004

AUTHOR: Earthworks, Oxfam America

SUMMARY: This report details the massive pollution, huge open pits, devastating community health effects, worker dangers and, in many cases, human rights abuses that have become hallmarks of gold and metals mining in countries such as Peru, Indonesia, Ghana and in parts of the United States.

Letter to Target about Ironite Fertilizer

Letter to Target about Ironite Fertilizer

PUBLICATION DATE: June 11, 2004

SUMMARY: We request that you act to protect human health and consumers' right to know by discontinuing the sale of Ironite at Target stores nationwide.

How the 20 tons of mine waste per gold ring figure was calculated

How the 20 tons of mine waste per gold ring figure was calculated

PUBLICATION DATE: May 21, 2004

AUTHOR: Alan Septoff

SUMMARY: The average amount of mine waste generated by gold mines around the world, in order to produce an average for an 18 karat, 0.333 oz gold ring.

Oil and Gas at Your Door? (2005 Edition)

Oil and Gas at Your Door? (2005 Edition)

PUBLICATION DATE: April 15, 2004

AUTHOR: Lisa Sumi

Tiffany & Co. Thank You Letter from Green Group

Tiffany & Co. Thank You Letter from Green Group

PUBLICATION DATE: April 13, 2004

Investments in the Clark Fork River

Investments in the Clark Fork River

PUBLICATION DATE: March 23, 2004

AUTHOR: Rock Creek Alliance

Who Is Revett Silver?

Who Is Revett Silver?

PUBLICATION DATE: March 23, 2004

AUTHOR: Rock Creek Alliance

Colorado Model County Oil and Gas Regulations

Colorado Model County Oil and Gas Regulations

PUBLICATION DATE: February 9, 2004

Mill Site Location and Patenting under the 1872 Mining Law

Mill Site Location and Patenting under the 1872 Mining Law

PUBLICATION DATE: October 8, 2003

AUTHOR: Gale Norton

SUMMARY: Gale Norton's effective overturning of the mill site limitation under the 1872 Mining Law

Factoid #24: Uglier Than Cinderella’s Stepsister

Factoid #24: Uglier Than Cinderella’s Stepsister

PUBLICATION DATE: October 5, 2003

MINER A GLOBAL

MINER A GLOBAL

PUBLICATION DATE: October 1, 2003

Global Mining Snapshot

Global Mining Snapshot

PUBLICATION DATE: October 1, 2003

Factoid #23: Messing With Mother Nature

Factoid #23: Messing With Mother Nature

PUBLICATION DATE: September 12, 2003

Factoid #17: Open Mouth, Insert Foot, Repeat

Factoid #17: Open Mouth, Insert Foot, Repeat

PUBLICATION DATE: June 20, 2003

Factoid #16: This Land Is Whose Land?

Factoid #16: This Land Is Whose Land?

PUBLICATION DATE: June 6, 2003

Expert Testimony on Hydraulic Fracturing Impacts

Expert Testimony on Hydraulic Fracturing Impacts

PUBLICATION DATE: May 15, 2003

AUTHOR: John D. Bredehoeft

Factoid #13: The Tooth Fairy Is A Better Deal

Factoid #13: The Tooth Fairy Is A Better Deal

PUBLICATION DATE: May 6, 2003

Cleaning Up Western Watersheds

Cleaning Up Western Watersheds

PUBLICATION DATE: May 1, 2003

AUTHOR: Kelly Custer

Factoid #12: Save Our Youth From Heavy Metal

Factoid #12: Save Our Youth From Heavy Metal

PUBLICATION DATE: April 23, 2003

Factoid #11: And For Their Next Trick…

Factoid #11: And For Their Next Trick…

PUBLICATION DATE: April 16, 2003

Factoid #10: Don’t You Be My Neighbor

Factoid #10: Don’t You Be My Neighbor

PUBLICATION DATE: April 8, 2003

Factoid # 9: Making A Molehill Out Of A Mountain

Factoid # 9: Making A Molehill Out Of A Mountain

PUBLICATION DATE: April 4, 2003

Factoid # 6: Gold Mine With All The Toppings Please

Factoid # 6: Gold Mine With All The Toppings Please

PUBLICATION DATE: March 25, 2003

Putting a Price on Pollution

Putting a Price on Pollution

PUBLICATION DATE: March 18, 2003

AUTHOR: Jim Kuipers

Factoid # 2: Free Lunch for Fat Cats

Factoid # 2: Free Lunch for Fat Cats

PUBLICATION DATE: March 11, 2003

Factoid # 1: Want Some Fries With That Gold Mine?

Factoid # 1: Want Some Fries With That Gold Mine?

PUBLICATION DATE: March 5, 2003

Predictions and Promises

Predictions and Promises

PUBLICATION DATE: March 1, 2003

AUTHOR: Robert Moran

Predicciones y Promesas

Predicciones y Promesas

PUBLICATION DATE: March 1, 2003

AUTHOR: Robert Moran

Abandoned Mines in Arizona

Abandoned Mines in Arizona

PUBLICATION DATE: February 26, 2003

Udall Bill Revenue Estimate

Udall Bill Revenue Estimate

PUBLICATION DATE: February 26, 2003

AUTHOR: Alan Septoff

Evaluating Risk

Evaluating Risk

PUBLICATION DATE: November 1, 2002

AUTHOR: Alburnus Maior, CEE Bankwatch Network, Mineral Policy Center

OGAP Public Comments to EPA on Hydraulic Fracturing Study

OGAP Public Comments to EPA on Hydraulic Fracturing Study

PUBLICATION DATE: October 8, 2002

AUTHOR: Gwen Lachelt

Mining After Johannesburg

Mining After Johannesburg

PUBLICATION DATE: September 1, 2002

AUTHOR: Jozsef Feiler

SUMMARY: Mineral Policy Center Discussion Paper

Letter to Deputy Assistant Secretary Fulton

Letter to Deputy Assistant Secretary Fulton

PUBLICATION DATE: August 2, 2002

SUMMARY: Because of regional variances and differences in governing legislation, to be credible, the task force must hold meetings with interested environmental and community groups working on coal, oil and gas, and hard rock minerals. It is critical that the task force have meetings on each issue in different regions of the country.

Testimony of Jim Kuipers, Consulting Mining Engineer, Center for Science in Public Participation

Testimony of Jim Kuipers, Consulting Mining Engineer, Center for Science in Public Participation

PUBLICATION DATE: July 23, 2002

SUMMARY: The solution involves not weakening protections against corporate irresponsibility. Instead, the government should work with the industry and other stakeholders to ensure that adequate financial guarantees are in place so that the industry is able to pay for mine pollution clean-up and spare taxpayers the cost.

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