The Save the Sepik campaign is fighting to protect the Sepik River from the Frieda River Mine.
We believe that the risk posed by the Frieda River mine is too great and could irreparably devastate the Sepik environment and the communities that live along it.
We want Papua New Guinea’s Conservation and Environment and Protection Authority (CEPA) to reject the Frieda River mine and for the PNG government to take the next steps in placing the Sepik River region on the World Heritage List.
Join the campiagn and send a letter to call on the Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA), Members of the Environment Council and the Minister of Environment of Papua New Guinea to reject the Sepik Infrastructure Development Project, including the Frieda River mine in the Sepik region:
Like the infamous Ok Tedi mine in Western Province, it is a disaster waiting to happen
There is no evidence of free, prior and informed consent
The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is severely deficient