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Govt’s seabed minerals plan meets backlash

Wednesday 14 November 2018 | Published in Environment

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Govt’s seabed minerals plan meets backlash
Marine scientist Dr Teina Rongo says deputy prime minister Mark Brown's presentation on seabed minerals mining has come up short. 18111327

At a public consultation in Titikaveka last week, there was backlash to government’s plan to issue foreign companies five-year licences to explore the Cook Islands’ seabed.

At a public consultation in Titikaveka last week, there was backlash to government’s plan to issue foreign companies five-year licences to explore the Cook Islands’ seabed.


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