• Our Oceans Are Already Under too Much Pressure.

    CALL FOR A MORATORIUM ON SEABED 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.


Experimental Seabed Mine in Papua New Guinea Without the Consent of the People

A Radio New Zealand International interview with the Deep Sea Mining Campaign
In this episode of RNZI Dateline program, Deep Sea Mining campaign's communications coordinator, Natalie Lowrey talks about the lack of Free, Prior and Informed Consent in regards to Nautilus Solwara 1. Interview starts at 13:30 minutes
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