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Cooks to learn from seabed mining refusal

Saturday 21 June 2014 | Published in Environment

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Cooks to learn from seabed mining refusal
New Zealand has turned down what would have been its first seabed mining project. 11062413

Refusal of consent for what would have been the first seabed mining project in New Zealand may have both positive and negative implications for the Cook Islands seabed minerals plans.

Refusal of consent for what would have been the first seabed mining project in New Zealand may have both positive and negative implications for the Cook Islands seabed minerals plans.


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