The fourth panel, How the Public Can Influence the Mining Regulatory Process, moderated by Rob Lundberg included three panelists: Prof. Al Gedicks, an environmental sociologist and Indigenous rights activist and scholar. Tom Jerow, a member of the Board of Directors for Wisconsin’s Green Fire since 2014 and the Water Resources/Environmental Rules Working Group, leading the metallic mining sub-group. Allison Werner is […]
An analysis of stakeholders, laws, and updates of a proposed taconite mine in Ashland and Iron counties, as well as links to other articles by Professor Al Gedicks.
Resistance to the Exxon Crandon Mine on the Wolf River.