Red Dog Mine Opts Out of Building Wastewater Pipeline

2014 June 6th
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Press/Journalism, Regional, Economies, Extractive Industries, Ecology and Environment, Rivers, Pollution
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Environmental Justice, All

GAO Report: Alaska Native Villages-Most are Affected by Flooding and Erosion but Few Qualify for Federal Assistance

2003 December
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Built Environment, Erosion Control, Infrastructure, Institutions, Federal Institutions, Ecology and Environment, Coastal Ecology, Relocation Planning, Costs, Climate Change, Coastal Erosion
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Relocation History, All

Aqqaluk Deposit Red Dog Mine Extension-Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

2009 October
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The Red Dog Mine is an open pit zinc and lead mine, located in Kivalina's traditional territory, now on land owned by the NANA Regional Corporation with support facilities located on lands owned by the state of Alaska and U.S. Department of Interior.

Alaska Native Villages-Limited Progress Has Been Made on Relocating Villages Threatened by Flooding and Erosion

2009 June
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Institutions, Federal Institutions, Ecology and Environment, Coastal Ecology, Relocation Planning, Documentation, Climate Change, Coastal Erosion, Storm Events
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Relocation History, All

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