The revised assessment remains a conclusive-driven document in search of support. The document continues to be flawed as it does not contain site specific development and mitigation plans, and is based on a hypothetical project that is misleading and inaccurate.
The Alaska Chamber maintains that any project in Alaska should be allowed to be vetted through existing permitting processes, and be properly evaluated through the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
Sunday, June 30 discouraging the EPA from preemptively vetoing projects in the Bristol Bay area.
Tell the EPA to stop undermining existing regulatory processes and avoid setting a dangerous precedent for development in Alaska and throughout the U.S.
See sister organization RDC's Action Alert and talking points here.
The Alaska Chamber's letter is posted online here.