Mining giant Anglo American is headquartered in London. 4,500 miles away lies Alaska’s Bristol Bay: a place of pristine waters, which support a thriving commercial – and sustainable – salmon fishery. Yet this renewable resource is under threat from a proposed open-pit, gold and copper mine. The ‘Pebble Mine’ would be the largest open-pit
Few people realise that the UK government, in partnership with the EU, is in the midst of negotiating an ambitious trade deal that could boost Europe’s involvement in the world’s most destructive project, the Canadian Tar Sands. The deal, if signed, could allow Tar Sands oil imports into Europe and give dramatic new powers to Europe’s
Forth Energy propose to build a giant biomass incinerator in Leith, Edinburgh (a World Heritage site) close to housing and businesses. At 200MW it will be one of the biggest in the world. It will blight the area for miles around with monstrous visual impact and increased HGV traffic, and its emissions threaten health. It will accelerate
Canada’s Tar Sands have been described as “the most destructive project on earth”. The world's least favourite oil company – BP – is currently poised to make a move into extracting this filthy source of oil. But it's not too late to stop this... Take action today. Tell BP's brand new boss to get the company's head out of the Tar Sands
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