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Feds Won’t Press Gold King Mine Spill Criminal Case, Angering Senators
Allie Bice, Cronkite News
Lawmakers on Monday questioned the Justice Department’s decision not to prosecute officials in connection with the Gold King Mine spill, which dumped nearly 3 million gallons of to...
Polley Mine Spill Still Poisoning BC Waterways Two Years Later: First Nations
Almost two years to the day since Imperial Metals’ Polley Mine spewed four billion gallons of wastewater and toxic sludge into the pristine forests of northeastern British Columbia...
Tribes, Grijalva Ask Obama for National Monument Status on 1.7 Million Grand Canyon Acres
Jessica Swarner, Cronkite News
Tribal leaders joined Rep...
Court Fight Continues to Preserve Pristine Peel Watershed in Yukon
Nacho Nyak Dun First Nation, the Tr'ondek Hwech'in First Nation and other opponents of a development plan that opens much of Yukon Territory’s pristine Peel Watershed to the potent...
Toxic River Spill Flowing Across Navajo Nation Is 3 Million Gallons, Not One: EPA
The Navajo Nation, Colorado and New Mexico declared disaster emergencies on August 10 as the U.S...
Michigan Sells Treaty-Protected, Pristine Public Land for Limestone Mine
A group of American Indians in Michigan have lost their bid to block a land transfer of nearly 9,000 acres to a company proposing a limestone mine—the “largest single public land d...
Mount Polley Breach Report Faults Tailings Pond Design Flaws; First Nations Respond
First Nations reacted with firm resolve to a report that found design flaws had led to a tailings pond breach at Mount Polley mine last August that sent four billion gallons of min...
Alaska Natives to British Columbia: Please Tighten Up Your Mining Act
Alaska Natives, environmentalists and fishery owners, spooked by recent mining accidents and proposals in neighboring British Columbia, have asked the province to tighten regulatio...
Mining Company and Execs Charged With Clean Water Act Felonies in Alaska
In a first for Alaska, a mining company and five of its executives have been criminally indicted under the federal Clean Water Act for allegedly dumping toxic waste into the Salmon...
Peel Watershed: Yukon Judge Sides With First Nations in Historic Ruling
First Nations in Yukon won a historic legal victory on Tuesday when a judge ruled that the Canadian territory’s government had overstepped its bounds in overriding a land-use plan ...
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