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Content tagged with "Groundwater"

EARTHblog

One fracking test does not safety make

Alan Septoff | July 19, 2013

Gasland’s Josh Fox taken away in cuffs

Lauren Pagel | February 1, 2012

EPA distributes Pavillion drinking water contamination report

Jennifer Goldman | August 25, 2009


Issues

In-situ Leach Uranium Mining

Hydraulic Fracturing 101


Library

Public Risk, Private Reward: An analysis of the Ortiz Gold Mine proposal

Pete Dronkers | January 16, 2014

Assessment of Groundwater Sampling Results Completed by the USGS

Tom Myers PhD for Earthworks, Sierra Club, Natural Resources Defense Council | September 30, 2012

Problems with the Bingham Canyon mine

Bonnie Gestring | January 5, 2011


Media

New study shows Ortiz mine proposal is thirsty and dirty: could consume water equal to use of 7,800 New Mexicans, contribute to climate change, and drain acid into surrounding watershed in perpetuity

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Statement of Bruce Baizel, Earthworks’ Oil & Gas Accountability Project Director, on EPA’s Progress Report on its study of the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water resources.

Earthworks | Friday, December 21, 2012


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North American #mining disasters remind us of risks for developing countries @keithslack1 in @OxfamAmerica bit.ly/1miORTV
Mexican mine's toxic spillage closes schools in Sonora bbc.in/1sSxLDA #mining #nodirtygold

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