Rachel Shisei | EMTV News | 23 November 2016 It took 9 days and an estimated total of 261 kilometres, for a group of Lutherans, to walk four Highlands provinces. Their outreach awareness focused on the issues affecting ‘God’s creations’, or the natural resources in the country. The ca
An interesting an informative radio program from Canada’s CBC Radio’s The Current with voices from all sides of the Deep Sea Mining debate including our colleague Catherine Coumans from MiningWatch Canada who clearly argues for a Moratorium on all experimental seabed mini
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.
Taranaki Daily News online 28 April, 2014 Laird Harper The fight over whether or not a ironsand mining development will be allowed in Taranaki waters has moved into the province this week. The landmark mining hearing, run by the Environmental Protection Authority, has been under way s
Iron sands mining hearing: a quick glance at the concerns The New Zealand Herald March 14, 2014 Jamie Morton Thousands of submissions have been made against a company’s application to mine an area of Taranaki seabed. Jamie Morton looked at who is worried about what. Fishi
Deep-sea mining projects land in hot water New Scientist Feb 19, 2014 Michael Slezak Deep-sea mining is floundering. The leading company in the race to mine the ocean floor has fallen out with its host government, while other projects have been delayed until the environmental e