via Papua New Guinea Mine Watch February 21, 2014 The Lutheran youths of Papua new guinea have come out congratulating Prime Minister Peter o’Neill and the government for its stand on experimental seabed mining in the country.
Chain Reaction (Friends of the Earth Australia magazine) April 2013 DOWNLOAD MAGAZINE HERE The Deep Sea Mining Frenzy Canadian mining company Nautilus Minerals has staked its reputation on bringing off the world’s first deep sea mining (DSM) operation. The Bismarck Sea in Papua
SciDev.net 12 July 2013 Pacific governments should not approve deep-sea mining until more is known about its likely impact, says conservation biologist Mellie Samson Jr. Deep sea mining (DSM) is the new frontier in extractive mining. For the companies involved, as well as the governme
Radio New Zealand International 22 February 2012 A Papua New Guinea marine conservation group is calling on the government to establish a citizens’ council to advise on deep sea mining projects. PNG is the first country in the world to have issued a lease for deep sea mining, with the
Radio Australia 2 December 2011 A Canadian mining company has rejected claims by environmentalists that its Environmental Impact Study for the world’s first under sea mining project in Papua New Guinea is flawed. Nautilus Minerals hopes to start mining gold and copper deposits u
Radio Australia 1 December 2011 LISTEN TO AUDIO A joint report by environmentalists warns that there’ll be unacceptable risks to communities from a deep sea mining project by a Canadian company off Madang on Papua New Guinea’s north coast. The report called “Out of O