• Our Oceans Are Already Under too Much Pressure.

    SAY NO TO DEEP SEA MINING

    PROTECT OUR OCEANS.
  • Community Rights to Free Prior & Informed Consent.

    STOP EXPERIMENTAL SEABED MINING!

    PROTECT COMMUNITIES.
  • There Is Very Little Known About Deep Sea Ecosystems.

    STOP DEEP SEA MINING BEFORE IT GETS STARTED!

    PROTECT OUR MARINE LIFE.

The South Pacific Ocean is Currently the World’s Laboratory for the Experiment of Deep Sea Mining.

With over over 1.5 million square kilometres of ocean floor already under exploration leasehold the
world’s first licence to operate a deep sea mine has been granted in Papua New Guinea to Canadian company Nautilus Minerals.
There is a high level of uncertainty about the risks deep seabed mining poses to marine environments and communities.


VICTORY & CONGRATULATIONS! To Kiwis Against Seabed Mining

New Zealand EPA rejects second seabed mining bid
Thanks to the work of Kiwis Against Seabed Mining and their many volunteers the EPA in New Zealand has said no to both TTR's and Chatham Rock Phosphate's applications to seabed mine





LATEST NEWS

MEDIA RELEASE: A ‘No More Mining’ message taken to PNG investors

2nd December, 2014 A ‘No More Mining’ message taken to PNG investors Bank of South Pacific questioned on investment in deep sea mining   ACTION: PNG MINING & POLLUTION DIVESTMENT PROTEST TIME: Tuesday 2 December, 2014 at 12:00 pm VENUE: Sydney Hilton Hotel, 488 Ge
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Deep sea mining: the new frontier in the struggle for resources?

World Economic Forum 10th of November 2014 by Michael Lodge The global demand for natural resources continues to grow. As land-based sources decline, corporate and governmental attention is increasingly turning to an area of the planet that has been beyond reach until now – the ocean
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MEDIA RELEASE: The newest assault on the worlds oceans, deep seabed mining

  MEDIA RELEASE Thursday 14 August 2014 NGOs from Australia, Canada and India call for an international moratorium on deep seabed mining in light of the International Seabed Authority’s (ISA) issuing of 7 exploration licences for deep seabed mining in international waters.
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Mining the Bottom of the Ocean Is as Bad for the Environment as it Sounds

Motherboard 7 August 2014 William Alexander Have you ever wondered how much the ocean floor is worth? The answer is in the trillions. Metals and materials are the foundation of our life, but with seven billion people occupying the earth, supplies are rapidly dwindling. So mining indus
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