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The Pebble Tapes

The Pebble Tapes are a series of recorded conversations between EIA investigators and the Chief Executive Officers of Pebble Limited Partnership and Northern Dynasty Minerals, the companies behind the contested Pebble Mine project in Alaska.

The the tapes are organized by topic and edited for brevity within each topic. Where the investigators’ voices can be heard, they have been re-recorded verbatim by an actor.

Topics discussed between EIA investigators and Pebble on a number of other topics including: the Alaska Governor, the Army Corps of Engineers, the Northern Corridor, Alaska senators, Alaska politics, corporate structure, water treatment, Trump Administration and EPA veto. To learn more, read the Press Release.

Watch the overview and complete collection below.

Update October 29, 2020: EIA Published two new Pebble Tapes. Watch Pebble Tapes #13 and #14 below and read the Press Release

Published September 21, 2020:

Pebble Tape No. 1 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 2 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 3 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 4 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 5 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 6 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 7 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 8 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 9 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 10 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 11 downloads: Video | Transcript

Pebble Tape No. 12 downloads: Video | Transcript

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