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ENGO calls for Pebble claims investigation

Says world-class copper resource does not reflect mine plan North of 60 Mining News – May 3, 2019

As the Pebble Limited Partnership advances the Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum project through the permitting process, environmental groups opposed to the proposed mine are employing a wide arsenal of tactics to impede the progress.

In its latest volley, Earthworks, an environmental non-governmental organization (ENGO), has requested that the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) and the U.S...


Reader Comments(1)

Eidolon writes:

Well, of course the larger deposit(s) will eventually be mined. Pebble is like Prudhoe Bay. It's too big to ignore, it's too important to let it lie idle, and demand is only growing.

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