A new report exposes start-up companies driving a speculative rush for seabed minerals in an unholy alliance with the very UN body charged with regulating them, the International Seabed Authority (ISA).
WHY THE RUSH FOR SEABED MINING: INTRIGUE, COLLUSION AND INTERESTING BEDFELLOWS MEDIA RELEASE | Wednesday 17 July 2019 Start-up companies are driving a speculative rush for seabed minerals in an unholy alliance with the very UN body charged with regulating them, the International Seabe
Submission to the consultation on the International Seabed Authority Draft Regulations on Exploitation of Mineral Resources in the Area 20th December 2017 To: email@example.com The following is submitted by Seas At Risk (SAR), an umbrella organisation of env
MEDIA RELEASE The Sinking Titanic: The German Government facilitating Deep Sea Mining NGOs and civil society from Papua New Guinea, Australia, Germany and around the world are calling for a ban on seabed mining. They challenge the development of regulations by the Internatio
BAN SEABED MINING! Seas At Risk 15 December 2016 The German Federation for Environment and Nature Conservation (BUND), member of Seas At Risk, called for a ban on deep sea mining together with several other German NGOs (PowerShift, Fair Oceans, Brot für die Welt, MISEREOR, Stiftung As
MEDIA RELEASE Tuesday 29th November 2016 The Sinking Titanic: International Seabed Authority and Mining the Common Heritage of Humankind NGOs and civil society from Papua New Guinea and around the world challenge the development of regulations for deep sea mining by the Internation