Historic Election Endorses Strong Future for Alaska’s Economy

Alaska Voters Support Fair Review for All Resource and Development Projects

Alaska voters struck down an anti-development initiative that a broad-based coalition of businesses, groups and individuals argued would have shut down Alaska’s economic future. At the same time, Alaska voters chose a new governor in Mike Dunleavy who has been steadfast in support of a fair and comprehensive review process for all development projects in Alaska, including the Pebble Project.

 

 

A New Path Forward

For more than a decade, our goal has been to responsibly design a project with minimal impact, in partnership with the people of the Bristol Bay region, and which meets Alaska’s highest environmental standards.

We have a new plan — a better plan — to share with you.

 

Current Headlines

January 8, 2018 — Permitting for Pebble on Track

PLP CEO Tom Collier issued the following statement regarding the announcement today from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency... Read More →

January 6, 2018 — Plan Features Reduced Footprint

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) today published a notification that the permit application submitted by Pebble has been accepted... Read More →


 

It’s Time for Action

Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler should overturn the anti-development legacy of the Obama-era EPA and restore due process, fairness, and regulatory stability surrounding resource development.

“Allowing regulatory entities to tell a business not to even bother applying for a permit, before any scientific analysis can be completed, will have a chilling effect on American entrepreneurship and stifle economic growth.” — Congressman Bob Gibbs (OH)