A Radio New Zealand International interview with the Deep Sea Mining Campaign 14 July 2014 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 Nauti
Taranaki Daily News online 29 April 2014 Laird Harper Trans-Tasman Resources has come face to face with two South Taranaki iwi vehemently opposed to seabed mining. The landmark hearing, run by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), has been under way in Wellington since early M
Mining at deep-sea vents: what are the impacts on marine life? University of South Hampton Exploring our Oceans March 9, 2014 By Dr. Jon Copley Deep-sea hydrothermal vents are one of the seafloor environments now being targeted for mining of their mineral resources, because the
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
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.
Lutheran Church to add two million voices to opposition to experimental seabed mining. [This article and Audio is in Tok Pisin] Kenya Kala | Radio Australia January 17, 2014 Odio: Reuben Mete, National Youth Director -Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea Samting olsem 3-tau