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23 October 2019

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22 October 2019

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15 October 2019
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11 October 2019

Papua New Guinea: Chinese-owned Ramu Nickel spills 200,000 litres of toxic slurry into the sea; co. commits to address compensation

A Chinese nickel mine operator accidentally spilled an estimated 200,000 litres of toxic slurry into a bay in Papua New Guinea's Madang province. The plant operator, Ramu Nickel, which is owned by the Metallurgical Corp of China (MCC), said that it is...

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5 October 2019

Indonesia: Palm oil & paper companies under renewed scrutiny for breaking anti-logging commitment following forest fire

Author: Catherine Lai, Asia Times

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28 September 2019

Laos: NGOs warn proposed fifth large Mekong dam will cause adverse effects on environment & people

Author: Eugene Whong, Radio Free Asia

"Thai NGOs Speak Out Against Proposed Dam in Laos", 23 September 2019...

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18 September 2019

Commentary: Pan Pacific Deep-sea mining moratorium urged; amidst fears collapsed Nautilus Minerals’ licences may be resurrected by other operators

Author: Ben Doherty, The Guardian

"Collapse of PNG deep-sea mining venture sparks calls for moratorium", 15 September 2019...

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