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Mine loses battle over pollution permit

...have allowed more cyanide, zinc, selenium, lead and total dissolved solids into the Wulik River, villagers said. Enoch Adams Jr., vice president of the Native Village of Kivalina, has called the permit a "license to pollute." It was to...
Villages appeal Red Dog permit

...residents are concerned that the permit puts their health at risk. "This new permit is a license to pollute," said Enoch Adams of Kivalina. The village supports economic development, but it is very concerned how toxic chemicals, including cyanide...
Regulators withdraw permit for Red Dog mine pollution

...treated waste into the village drinking water supply, Kivalina residents will fear for their health, said deputy mayor Enoch Adams. "It's a huge sticking point in a lot of people's minds," he said. Red Dog is the largest private employer...
Kivalina sues Red Dog Mine, citing water woes two things: that our water is safe and that our resources remain the same as how we've accessed them," said Enoch Adams, chairman of the relocation planning committee. The Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment, a San Francisco...
Red Dog Mine violates the Clean Water Act

...Water Act. Both sides claimed victory in the ruling issued Friday. "It's a huge relief to have this win," said Enoch Adams Jr., a Kivalina resident. Plaintiff's attorney, Luke Cole, agreed. "We're very happy. It's been a slog...
Kivalina residents say mine pollutes water

...EPA or Teck Cominco. "Our water is tasting like soap. The ugruk, they're diminishing," said Kivalina teacher Enoch Adams, using the Inupiaq word for bearded seal. Kivalina residents say the mine's discharges and its infrastructure...
Photos: Operation Santa Claus

...Thomas H. Katkus, second from left, walks the Kivalina coastline with community leaders, from left, Austin Swan, Enoch Adams Jr. and Colleen Swan. Operation Santa Claus, an Alaska National Guard community relations program, provides toys...


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