The call asks the EPA to reinstate a veto of the project and for Congress to establish lasting protections for the Bristol Bay fishery.
A likely fatal blow for the project.
Both the mine and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have refused to make the proposed mitigation plan public.
Murkowski offered no additional details on what such Congressional protection would entail.
If anyone was Dunleavy to shift course after nearly two years of quietly boosting the mine behind the scenes—with potential investors and even with President Donald Trump—they were destined to be disappointed.
“I’m against Pebble Mine and would do everything I could to veto the permitting of the Pebble Mine,” Gross said. “Once and for all this project needs to go away.”
Pebble’s parent company says Collier “embellished” his relationship with Alaska’s elected officials.
“He’s gonna try to ride out the election and remain quiet,” the execs said of U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan.
“The project, as proposed, would likely result in significant degradation of the environment and would likely result in significant adverse effects.”
“As President, I will do what President Trump has failed to do: listen to the scientists and experts to protect Bristol Bay — and all it offers to Alaska, our country, and the world.”