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Legal opinion on seabed ‘goldrush’

Saturday 30 March 2019 | Published in Environment

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Legal opinion on seabed ‘goldrush’
Deputy prime minister Mark Brown with polymetallic nodules. 18101938

The first, and most theoretical, point outlined by CJ Iorns Magallanes in her review of the Seabed Minerals Bill 2019 is this: as humans, we have created laws and processes that allow us to make money off of our resources, but is this still our moral right, considering the current rate of decline of the natural world?

The first, and most theoretical, point outlined by CJ Iorns Magallanes in her review of the Seabed Minerals Bill 2019 is this: as humans, we have created laws and processes that allow us to make money off of our resources, but is this still our moral right, considering the current rate of decline of the natural world?


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