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Canada & Canadian Owned Mines In Foreign Countries Determine The Unacceptably High Risk & Loss Profile of Mines Globally

I am sure Mining Watch Canada and WMAN have long been aware of the stats and facts on Canadas global mining dominance which have appeared in the wake of the Mt. Polley TSF failure. Looking at these stats in the … Continue reading

Posted in Bowker Associates, Canadian Mining Dominance Globally, Huncleberry Mine, Metallic Mining Risk Management, Mining Watch Canada, Mt. Polley, Red Chris Mine, Tailings Storage Facility Risk Management, WMAN | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Lessons For Maine Mining Statute & Regulations & Maine’s Bald Mountain in Tailings Dam Failure This Week at Mt. Polley British Columbia and Major Spill at Buenavista Del Cobre on the U.S. Border in Mexico

 Buenavista Del Cobre Photo Common Sense Canadian In the past week there were two major mine spills in international news which highlight the many intentional gaps in Maine’s 2011 statute and regulations  An Aug 4 tailings impoundment breach at Mt. Polley … Continue reading

Posted in Bowker Associates Science & Research In The Public Interest, Buenavista Del Cobre, David Chambers, Electrowinning Feeder Dam Failures, Environmental Risk Management, Freeport McMoran, GO NO-GO Technical Framework, Gupo Mexico, Imperial Metals, ITRC, Lindsay Newland Bowker, Maine Mining Regulations, Maine Mining Statute, Outotec, Tailings Impoundments, TSF Design & Management Standrds, TSF Risk Profile Globally | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

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