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.
Scoop Independent News 25 June 2012 Dispute with PNG government, opposition by Pacific and Canadian citizens, financing woes TORONTO. Today Canadians are standing in solidarity with civil society in the Pacific against deep sea mining. Canadian company, Nautilus Inc, is leading the ru
via Papua New Guinea Mine Watch24 June 2013 By Arnold Jameson ‘Lusman’ in the PNG context may mean, a lazy person who preys onothers and what’s theirs. He/she owns nothing so he/she’s ready to take anything and everything, even at the expense of others suffering to make herself/himsel
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Solomon Star By Elliot Dawea | Tuesday 16 April 2013 Photo: http://blogs.oceanswatch.org/solomons-png/?m=201108 A lecturer in education at the University of the South Pacific (USP), Solomon Islands Campus has petitioned the Temotu Provincial Government against underwater mining. Dr Ja
‘We want Ministers and a government that believe in a new development model. One that works for PNG and for local people. We want investment in local agriculture, local people, local skills. Not more of these big foreign owned activities that just steal our resources and leave u