"This is part of our ongoing commitment to aggressively enforcing environmental law in Alaska." The 28-page indictment centers on alleged criminal activity that occurred primarily in 20 on public lands around remote Goodnews Bay, where XSP's Platinum Creek Mine operated from 2008 to 2012.
It's the culmination of a cooperative investigation involving a number of federal and state agencies and led by the EPA's Criminal Investigation Division and the BLM's Office of Law Enforcement and Security.
While this may have been good news for a drought-stricken region, it also pounded beaches that protect coastal communities from erosion and flooding.
A new study, led by researchers from the United States Geological Survey, assessed the work of the 2015-2016 El Niño and found erosion was 76 percent higher than normal levels.
Anyone who's been to Alaska understandably comes back gushing about its pristine natural beauty, but if you actually spend time crossing the state from city to city, you'll begin to see that there's so much more going on than some of the planet's best scenery, including one of America's most promising and underrated beer scenes.
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