Policy

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    Advocacy Coalition of Telluride Contact: Michael Saftler
    Box 116 Telluride CO 81435 United States
    Phone: 970 728 6540 Website: Advocacy Coalition of Telluride

    Advocating and educating for the benefit of all Livingkind now and for generations to come. Clean Air Water and Soil is our CAWS. If we all protected OUR CAWS above all else our quality of life and food supply would be sustaining. If CAWS was a political platform we would transform the world.

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    Alternatives North Contact: Kevin O'Reilly
    P.O. Box 444 Yellowknife NT X1A 2N3 Canada
    Phone: 867-920-2765 Website: Alternatives North

    Social justice coalition of environmental, antipoverty, church, organized labour, women’s groups and interested individuals. Mining focus dependent on interest of members and availability of resources but largely focused on mining policy, economic rent, closure and reclamation.

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    Castle Mountain Coalition Contact: Kirby Spangler
    P.O. Box 1244 Chickaloon AK 99674 United States
    Phone: 907-746-3733 Website: Castle Mountain Coalition

    We hope to be part of a national movement to stop extreme energy extraction of all kinds. There are currently three communities in our valley that are threatened by coal mines that are in various stages of leasing and permitting, but there is currently no coal being extracted.

    We appear to have just won a major victory against the mine that was closest to “development.” Usibelli Coal’s permit to mine at Wishbone Hill has been declared invalid by the federal Office of Surface Mining thanks to comments made at a public hearing by a Castle Mountain Coalition supporter.

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    CCSG Associates Contact: Sue Moodie
    Box 34026 Whitehorse Yukon Y1A 7A3 Canada
    Phone: 867-336-1135

    Although a recent graduate in doctoral studies at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, I am a long term Yukon resident and my consulting company CCSG Associates has been involved in a variety of diverse mining related projects, research, advocacy, policy and regulation development, grassroots organizing and outreach in northern, national and international contexts. I have held it as my goal to work as a translator between academia, industry, policy and community-based values to achieve substantive work that has meaning on many different levels, with my skills as a researcher on the ground and in the books with a local focus.

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    Center for Biological Diversity Contact: Mark Fink
    P.O. Box 710 Tucson AZ 85702-0710
    Phone: (520) 623.5252 Phone: (866) 357.3349 Website: Center for Biological Diversity

    The Center is focused on protecting imperiled species and special places from the adverse impacts of mining, including the area surrounding Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, and near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Lake Superior in Minnesota.

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    EARTHWORKS Contact: Jennifer Krill
    1612 K Street NW, Suite 808 Washington DC 20006 United States
    Phone: 202-887-1872 Website: Earthworks Website: Our Bristol Bay Website: Recycle My Cellphone

    Earthworks is dedicated to protecting communities and the environment from the impacts of irresponsible mineral and energy development while seeking sustainable solutions. Earthworks stands for clean water, healthy communities, and corporate accountability. We’re working for solutions that protect both the Earth’s resources as well as our communities.

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    Ethical Metalsmiths Contact: Christina Miller
    39 Main St. College Corner OH 45003 United States
    Phone: 513-551-0559 Website: Ethical Metalsmiths

    Lead jewelers and consumers in becoming informed activists for responsible mining, sustainable economic development and verified, ethical sources of materials used in making jewelry.

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    Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness Contact: Betsy Daub
    401 North Third Street Suite 290 Minneapolis MN 55401 United States
    Phone: 612-332-9630 Website: Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness

    Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness is a Minnesota non-profit conservation organization with the mission to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. Hardrock mineral exploration is increasing across northeastern Minnesota, and proposed projects at the edges of the wilderness threaten the region’s clean water, cultural resources, and tourism and outdoor recreation economies.

     

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    High Country Citizens' Alliance Contact: Dan Morse
    PO Box 1066 Crested Butte CO 81224 United States
    Phone: (970) 349-7104 Fax: (970) 349-0164 Website: High Country Citizens' Alliance

    The mission of High County Citizens’ Alliance is to champion the protection, conservation and preservation of the natural ecosystems within the Upper Gunnison River Basin. We achieve our goals by integrating expert analysis and scientific research with environmental education, informed debate and policy participation.

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    MiningWatch Canada Contact: Ramsey Hart
    250 City Centre Ave. Suite 508 Ottawa Ontario K1R 6K7 Canada
    Phone: (613) 569-3439 Fax: (613) 569-5138 Website: MiningWatch Canada

    MiningWatch Canada is a pan-Canadian initiative supported by environmental, social justice, Aboriginal and labour organisations from across the country. It addresses the urgent need for a co-ordinated public interest response to the threats to public health, water and air quality, fish and wildlife habitat and community interests posed by irresponsible mineral policies and practices in Canada and around the world.

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    Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy Contact: Kathryn Hoffman
    26 E. Exchange Street Suite 206 Saint Paul MN 55101 United States
    Phone: 651-287-4863 Fax: 651-223-5967 Website: Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy Website: Mining Truth campaign

    MCEA is working with the legislature and agencies to ensure that the highest environmental standards are applied to proposed sulfide mine projects. MCEA partners with Friends of the Boundary Waters and Conservation Minnesota on the Mining Truth campaign.

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    New Mexico Mining Action Network Contact: Michael Paul
    PO Box 238 Taos NM 87571 United States
    Phone: (505) 362-1063 Website: Amigos Bravos

    NMMAN is a nationally recognized collaborative effort to implement and strengthen the mine permitting and reclamation requirements of the New Mexico Mining Act. NMMAN’s mission is to be a statewide advocate for: restoration of community land and water affected by mining; enforcement of the NM Mining Act and of relevant water quality and quantity laws; and promotion of economic alternatives for mining-impacted communities.

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    Plains Justice Contact: Carrie La Seur
    2501 Montana Avenue, Ste. 4 Billings MT 59103 United States
    Phone: 406-969-1040 or (cell) 406-696-8700 Fax: 866-484-2373

    Clean energy legal and policy services for northern plains communities.

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    Tallahassee Area Community, Inc. Contact: Catherine J. Meyrick
    P.O. Box 1890 Canon City CO 81215 United States
    Phone: (719) 275-1030 Website: Tallahassee Area Community, Inc.

    TAC is dedicated to protecting the environment from the harmful effects of uranium exploration, mining and milling. The organization attempts to do that by advocating for legislation, educating the public and bringing legal challenges against individuals or private entities or governmental bodies which pose a threat or fail to follow the laws that protect citizens against those hazards.

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    Western Organization of Resource Councils Contact: Anna Marie Lucas
    110 Maryland Ave NE #306 Washington DC 20001 United States
    Phone: 202-547-7040 Website: Western Organization of Resource Councils

    WORC is a grassroots group that organizes to build community power in seven states in the west. Our communities are directly impacted by hardrock and uranium mining and the legacy these mines leave behind. We advocate for better clean up of abandoned mine sites, protection for the communities directly impacted by hardrock mining, and reforming the 1872 Mining Law to make it a more just and equitable law of the land.

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