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Mining and the Environment - Technical Resources and Expert Support for Communities, NGOs and Activists. Groundbreaking research indicates the mine permitting process is broken.
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Contact Person: Erin McKittrick
E-Mail: mckittre@gmail.com
Website: http://www.mine-aid.org/

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The Mine-Aid website is a collaboration between the Center for Science in Public Participation and EARTHWORKS.

Mine-Aid Website Goals:

* Establish a web presence comprised of research, reports and analysis.
* Organize a list of experts with a wide variety of mining-related expertise, who are available to work with or for communities.
* Provide an avenue for communities to ask questions of recognized technical mining-related wisdom.

Groundbreaking new research on U.S. hardrock mines finds that faulty water quality predictions and regulatory failures result in the approval of mines that create significant water pollution problems. At more than three quarters of mines studied.

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