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9 July 2020

Conic did not respond

Business and Human Rights Resource Centre invited Conic to respond concerning the steps taken to investigate and remedy the Basamuk Bay spill. The company did not respond.

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4 July 2020

Papua New Guinea: Ramu Nickel shareholder, Conic Metal, asked to respond on steps taken to investigate & remedy Basamuk Bay spill

Groups raise concerns about the environmental damage and potential health impacts of the Ramu nickel spill in Papua New Guinea's Basamuk Bay allegedly brought about by the operation of Ramu Nickel-Cobalt Operation, in which Conic Metal Corp. maintains...

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4 July 2020
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Author: Global Voices

“Sorpresa en Papúa Nueva Guinea: Primer ministro rechaza renovación de licencia de importante mina de oro” – 29 de julio de 2020...

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23 June 2020

Report argues mining industry is profiting from COVID-19 while putting workers, communities & defenders at risk; including co responses

A report published by a coalition of civil society organisations (Earthworks, Institute for Policy Studies - Global Economy Program, London Mining Network, MiningWatch Canada, Terra Justa, War on Want, and Yes to Life No to Mining) analyses through a...

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22 June 2020
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Un rapport produit par une coalition d'ONG (Earthworks, Institute for Policy Studies - Global Economy Program, London Mining Network, MiningWatch Canada, Terra Justa, War on Want, and Yes to Life No to Mining) analyse les réponses de l'industrie...

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10 June 2020

Papua New Guinea: Jubilee Australia report says proposed legislation to amend Bougainville's mining laws could undermine human rights & environment

A report by Jubilee Australia alleges that proposed legislation before Bougainville's parliament to amend mining laws could potentially  remove landowner consent and environmental controls. The report is linked below.

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21 May 2020

Asia Pacific: NGOs call for international moratorium on deep sea polymetallic nodule mining without rigorous studies; fear irreversible damage to communities

A coalition of 80 non-governmental organisations are pushing for an international moratorium on deep sea mining following a report by the Deep Sea Mining Campaign and MiningWatch Canada, Predicting the impacts of mining deep sea polymetallic nodules in...

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Article
13 May 2020

Pacific Ocean continues to be at the forefront of the global deep-sea mining frontier

Author: Colin Filer, Jennifer Gabriel, & Matthew G. Allen, Devpolicy Blog

"How PNG lost US$120 million and the future of deep-sea mining", 28 April 2020...

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13 May 2020

Papua New Guinea: Hardwood logging on Manus Island fails to deliver promised local benefits

Author: Kate Lyons, The Guardian

"Hardwood logging on Manus Island has not delivered promised local benefits, report finds", 11 May 2020...

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9 May 2020

Papua New Guinea: Barrick says Govt's refusal to extend Porgera mine lease will harm economy

Author: Radio New Zealand

"Barrick says PNG govt's refusal of lease extension will be costly", 28 April 2020...

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