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Papua New Guinea mining collapse sparks calls for moratorium

Thursday 19 September 2019 | Published in Environment

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Papua New Guinea mining collapse sparks calls for moratorium
Solwara 1 mining ship REM Etive. 19091828

The collapse of a deep-sea mining project in Papua New Guinea is propelling a regional conversation about a 10-year moratorium on mining, proposed at the Pacific Islands Forum last month.

The collapse of a deep-sea mining project in Papua New Guinea is propelling a regional conversation about a 10-year moratorium on mining, proposed at the Pacific Islands Forum last month.


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