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19 June 2018

PNG: Canada's Nautilus Minerals secures $US34m for deep-sea mining project

Author: Ewen Hosie, Australian Mining

12 June 2018...

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5 June 2018

Papua New Guinea: Canada’s Nautilus Minerals aims to start deep-sea mining in 2019 despite concerns

Author: Dylan Slater, Mining Weekly

"Canada’s Nautilus aiming to start marine mining in 2019 despite enviro concerns", 1 June 2018...

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Company response
27 March 2018

Nautilus Minerals' response

Author: Nautilus Minerals

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Nautilus Minerals to respond to concerns raised in a media report about seabed mining....

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27 March 2018

PNG: Concerns raised about negative impacts of seabed mining; need for consultation with local landholders

A recent media report (linked below) cites Nautilus Minerals' proposed seabed mining activities in Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea, and refers to the potential negative impacts of seabed mining, including harm to tuna stocks, and the need for proper...

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12 December 2017

Pacific: Potentially damaging impacts of seabed mining on Pacific Island communities highlighted in new report

A new report by Caritas Oceania, Turning the Tide, highlights the potential negative impacts of seabed mining on Pacific Island communities, including damage to the shoreline, food sources and livelihoods of local people. The report also cites the...

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Company response
21 September 2016

Nautilus Minerals response

One of the many advantages of seafloor mining is that there are no local landowners or peopleliving on the site. The Solwara 1 Project site is approximately 25 km from land, in water depths of1,600 meters. There are no local landowners, or traditional...

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4 April 2016

Facing Finance report investigates abuses by 20 companies & ties to financial institutions

Facing Finance’s report “Dirty Profits 4” focuses on 20 multinational companies regarding allegations of abuse of human rights and environmental standards, and investigates the links between these companies and 4 financial institutions. The report...

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14 December 2014

"Indigenous Peoples and the Extractive Sector: Towards a Rights-Respecting Engagement"

Author: Cathal M. Doyle & Andrew Whitmore for Tebtebba, PIPLinks & Middlesex University

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4 August 2013

Seabed mining could earn Cook Islands 'tens of billions of dollars'

Author: Rupert Neate, Guardian (UK)

The Cook Islands hopes to transform itself...by sending robots to the sea floor to collect minerals...[T]he...finance minister...said...that it could transform the nation into one of the richest in the world...[E]nvironmentalists warn mining could...

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11 June 2013

Community groups push for seabed mining moratorium in PNG

Author: Radio New Zealand Intl.

Community groups in Papua New Guinea are urging their government to follow in Vanuatu’s footsteps and impose a moratorium on all experimental seabed mining.The Vanuatu Government announced the decision on Monday, revealing it will apply the...

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