Alaska raises concerns over possible mine activity in Canada


A provincial map showing the planned or potential mining activity in British Columbia is so pocked that Alaska Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott says it looks like it has the measles. It’s the cluster of dots in northwest British Columbia — including a prospect billed as one of the largest undeveloped gold projects in the world — that has many residents across the border in southeast Alaska on edge.

LINK (via:The Idaho Statesman)

Learn more about the threats to the British Columbia-Alaska transboundary region at Rivers Without Borders.



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