Monthly Archives: March 2018

CADIA TAILINGS FAILURE: THE BEST REGULATORY REGIME IN THE WORLD & RESPONSIBLE PRACTICE CANNOT GUARANTEE ZERO FAILURE

March 14, 2018 Stonington, Maine contact:  Lindsay Newland Bowker , Compiler@WorldMineTailingsFailures.org Lindsay Newland Bowkerm LNBowker@BowkerAssociates.org Bowker Associates has not been able to piece together much of the history leading up to this failure nor much about the details of the … Continue reading

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Time To House Clean For a Sustainable Viable World Minerals Supply

This appeared as a guest Column by Invitation at at Hallgarten March 7,2019.  I am honored to have what Bowker Associates has been reporting out through Bowker Chambers 2015, Bowker Chambers 2016 and Bowker Chambers 2017 understood by an analyst … Continue reading

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