SEACC discusses potential downsides of transboundary mining


October 24, 2019

The Southeast Alaska Conservation Council is one of several groups which have been working in towns like Wrangell to raise awareness of how transboundary mining in British Columbia could affect them. Most recently, Heather Evoy visited Wrangell to discuss some of the potential downsides mining represents, especially to indigenous communities.

"A big problem is that a lot of these companies operate all over the world and are known bad actors pretty much everywhere," she said.

Some of the information Evoy brought up about transboundary mining has been covered in previous meetings in Wrangell...

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