Thursday 28 February 2013 Last December the Deep Sea Mining Campaign sent a letter to Papua New Guinean Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill. The letter outlined specific environmental concerns about the Solwara 1 mine and requested that documents relating to the approvals process of Nautilu
MEDIA RELEASE: PM recognizes Solwara 1 environmental impact as a Core Issue: What steps will the PNG Government now take? 6 December 2012 | Australia, Papua New Guinea Today the Deep Sea Mining Campaign will deliver a letter to the Prime Minister of PNG. The letter welcomes Prime Mini
“The modeling is completely unacceptable by scientific standards … The EIS fails to provide the basic information needed to assess the risk of pollution of the environment or the risk to local communities … The People of PNG deserve better. They should be able to fee
Deep Sea Mining Campaign Thursday 16 August 2012 Civil Society highlights SOPAC’s corruption of the precautionary principle and questions EU support for a reckless approach to development that would be unacceptable in its own member countries.
Dispute with PNG government, opposition by Pacific and Canadian citizens, financing woes TORONTO. Today Canadians are standing in solidarity with civil society in the Pacific against deep sea mining. Canadian company, Nautilus Inc, is leading the rush to mine the sea floor in the Paci
World Oceans Day – save our seabeds from destructive mining [view more media here] WORLD OCEANS DAY: Groups in the Pacific are calling for our oceans to be protected from all seabed mining. The ‘Solwara 1’ mine proposed by Canadian-owned Nautilus Minerals Inc is the first