Cover image for Who killed the Pebble Mine? : (Native Alaskan elders, Bob Gillam, Dr. Carol Ann Woody, Trustees for Alaska, corporate bungling, and the Great Recession of 2008)
Title:
Who killed the Pebble Mine? : (Native Alaskan elders, Bob Gillam, Dr. Carol Ann Woody, Trustees for Alaska, corporate bungling, and the Great Recession of 2008)
Author:
Blank, Donald, author, photographer.
Publication Information:
[United States] : [published the author], 2017.

[United States] : Signature Book Printing

©2017
Physical Description:
1 volumed (unpaged) : color illustrations, maps, portraits ; 23 x 29 cm
Summary:
"Bristol Bay in Alaska has a yearly run of red salmon that is a $1 billion commercial fishery, and also a subsistence fishery that feeds thousands of locals year-round. The proposed Pebble Mine, 200 miles away, would have been the largest copper and gold mine in North America, and would have threatened Bristol Bay's pristine environment. This book contains portraits and interviews with people who, for ten years, opposed and helped "kill" the Pebble Mine."--author's description.
General Note:
Subtitle from cover.

Front dust jack cover states: "includes a 30 min. Bristol Bay commercial fishing documentary DVD." DVD is not available with all copies.
Language:
English
Corporate Subject:
ISBN:
9780578190105
Format :
Book