Species on the Edge of Extinction

Conservation of Aquatic Biodiversity in the Great Basin by Patrick Donnelly The Great Basin is among the driest regions in North America, and yet is blessed with abundant springs which punctuate the landscape's corrugated basin-and-range topography. In particular, the Great Basin has the densest concentration of thermal spring features anywhere on the continent, a vitally … Continue reading Species on the Edge of Extinction

Cyanide Heap Leach Gold Mine at Indian Pass – will this Travesty of Justice never end?

From: Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice, March 9, 2021 Subject: Update on Imperial USA Corporation/Kore mining exploration project at Indian Pass. In 1994, Glamis Gold, a Canadian gold producer, attempted to obtain permits to operate a mine on the sacred and culturally significant land at Indian Pass in Imperial County, CA. At the time, … Continue reading Cyanide Heap Leach Gold Mine at Indian Pass – will this Travesty of Justice never end?