Environmental Impacts/Mining Industry
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Connexions Library: Environment Focus
Selected articles, books, websites and other resources on environment, ecology, climate change, pollution, and land use.
Web portal with information about environmental issues and resources, with articles, documents, books, websites, and experts and spokespersons. The home page features a selection of recent and importa...
In China's Inner Mongolia, mining spells misery for traditional herders
China's relentless drive for minerals is wreaking havoc on pastoral lifestyles.
Mountain Justice: Homegrown Resistance to Mountaintop Removal, for the Future of Us All
In recent years, local people fighting against Mountaintop Removal's destruction of their homes in West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia have invited volunteers from outside Appalachia's co...
Oil Industry Cleanup Costs Vastly Exceed Alberta Government’s Estimates
Transcript of interview with Regan Boychuk of Reclaim Alberta on the cost to clean up after Alberta's tar sand industry.
'They stole the beach' - the major mafia that almost nobody wants to talk about: The building boom in China and worldwide demand for consumer goods containing ilmenite has enriched criminals who specialise in stealing san
Increasing demand for sand has led to targeting of sandy beaches by organised crime. Community members who speak out or protest the destruction of beaches are often victims of intimidation, harrassmen...
On the hunt for illegal miners as a new gold rush hits New Zealand
Roy, Eleanor Roy
A look at the black market in gold in New Zealand and the efforts to thwart opportunists who sneak onto private farm land and national parks without permits to mine illegally.