World’s first deep sea mining proposal ignores consequences of its impacts on oceans Tuesday 29 September 2015 – Download Media Release SINGAPORE, September 29, 2015 | As the deep sea mining industry chases investors at the Asia Pacific Deep Sea Mining Summit, a new critique by
Post Courier 6 August 2014 Story courtesy of Papua New Guinea Facts Landowners of the world’s first sea bed mining project in the New Ireland Province have threatened to take Canadian developer, Nautilus Minerals Limited, and the National Government to court if they fail to adhe
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
Ironsands mining plan smells of a rort Yahoo 7 NEWS via Fuseworks Media March 10, 2014 Independent MP Brendan Horan welcomes the start of hearings where thousands of ordinary Kiwis get to voice their opposition to strip-mining the seabed for ironsand. “Trans Tasman Resour
World Ocean Radio World Ocean Observatory February 2014 The world’s first open cut deep water mining operation in pursuit of silver, gold, and copper on the ocean floor has been granted license by the New Guinea government–a multimillion dollar project with potential for g
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.