Stop Foreign Mining Company Investments in the Disastrous Pebble Mine

With the Trump administration’s help, foreign mining companies are pushing ahead with plans for the Pebble Mine — the toxic, gold and copper mega-mine that poses catastrophic risks to Alaska's Bristol Bay wilderness and its world-renowned salmon runs, abundant wildlife, and Native communities.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt cut a backroom deal with Canadian company Northern Dynasty Minerals that brought the Pebble Mine back from the dead. But EPA’s settlement agreement with Northern Dynasty did more than just resurrect the project: it opened the door for Northern Dynasty to secure the investors it desperately needs to move the project forward.

Along comes First Quantum Minerals, another Canadian company, which recently announced interest in potentially acquiring half of the project and will pay $150 million to help fund the permitting process in the meantime.

If we want to kill the disastrous Pebble Mine, we must shut off the investor money. So, we must do everything in our power to convince First Quantum to walk away from the Pebble Project.

Be one of the 100,000 activists we need to tell First Quantum’s CEO: The Pebble Mine has no place in Alaska’s Bristol Bay wilderness!

With the Trump administration’s help, foreign mining companies are pushing ahead with plans for the Pebble Mine — the toxic, gold and copper mega-mine that poses catastrophic risks to Alaska's Bristol Bay wilderness. Tell new potential investor of the project First Quantum Minerals that you oppose the Pebble Mine.

Your message will be sent to:

Philip K. R. Pascall, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of First Quantum Minerals Ltd.

Clive Newall, President of First Quantum Minerals Ltd.

Subject line:

Don’t invest in the destructive Pebble Mine

(Consider adding your own thoughts — personalized messages are especially effective)

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