Category Archives: Robert Moran

PREVIOUSLY UNREPORTED LINER FAILURE AT KOKOYA GOLD MINE LIBERIA PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON DEFICIENT INTERNATIONAL CYANIDE CODE

TAGS: International Cyanide Code; CIL Process Risk;Severity Rating Of Tailings Failures;Robert Moran;FrontPageAfricaOnline CONTACT: Lindsay Newland BowkerLNBowker@BowkerAssociates.org DATE: June 25, 2018                  KOKOYA Tailings Facility Pre-Failure (Source Miner Annual Report)   Although it must … Continue reading

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Historic Rejecton Of Maine DEP’s Extraction Industry Oriented Rules Part of National Push For Responsible

Maine joins Minnesota and Alaska in pushing back against the idea that mining is such a valuable and essential economic endeavor that it warrants lower levels of protection for natural resources than apply to other industries. LD1772 rejected the rules … Continue reading

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GIant Cups of Poison: The Politics of Mining & Mining Science For Sale

Dr. Robert Moran, has been out front in calling attention to the existence of a body of “fake science” that is creeping its way into public policy, mostly in the form of mathematical models purporting to predict the behavior of … Continue reading

Posted in Bowker Associates Science & Research In The Public Interest, Center For Science in Citizen Participation, David Chambers, Environmental Risk Management, Houston Kempton, John Seal USGS, Lindsay Newland Bowker, massive sulfide risk management, Perpetual Treatment Policy, politics of mining, Robert Moran, Robert Seal, Robert Seal USGS, Science for Sale, Uncategorized, volcanogenic massive sulfide | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment