The Digital World Premiere: Pebble Redux
This film explores what could happen to the bears, and to the irreplaceable value of wilderness, if the Pebble Mine becomes a reality. Once regarded as untouchable, the best brown bear habitat in the world faces the risk of becoming a mining district, causing indelible harm to the pristine ecosystem at the headwaters of Bristol Bay. The enormous open-pit mine and transportation infrastructure would affect vast tracts of protected land: Katmai National Park, McNeil River State Game Sanctuary, and Lake Clark National Park protect habitat that supports the world’s largest sockeye salmon run, the largest congregation of bears in the world, and the incalculable riches of untouched wilderness. Those protections now hang in the balance. Watch the film, learn about what’s at stake for brown bears, and find out what you can do to stop the Pebble Mine.
Originally presented April 21, 2020