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Knowledge is Power!

Algal blooms and consequential dead zones are a problem plaguing the globe. In order to understand what algal blooms and dead zones are, and the impact they have on the environment, you have to understand the nitrogen and phosphorus cycles. 708 more words

Rio Tinto to pay K30 for each life lost in Bougainville conflict

Global mining giant Rio Tinto to pay K450,000 in ‘bel kol’ compensation for lives and property lost in a conflict in which 15,000 died…

Isina chief questions bel kol… 295 more words

Papua New Guinea

Why the shift over Panguna, Mr Momis?

There has been an apparent shift in the way in which Bougainville President, John Momis, and his cohorts are approaching the mining issue. At first it was the outright ‘ 330 more words

Papua New Guinea

Meet the Moderator: CleanTech & Renewable Energy Panel

Can you save the earth and make money at the same time? Clean energy investing has been a hot topic in recent years. Get a glimpse into clean technology and renewable energy as a investment for your business, home and portfolio, as well as new initiatives and product innovations occurring across Connecticut. 275 more words

Spotlights

What Does a Sustainable Shopping List Look Like?

The most recent Greendex survey, which measures the environmental impact of consumer behavior, turned its focus to food this year. India’s diet ranked the most sustainable, featuring the fewest imported foods, the highest amount of self-grown food, the lowest amount of beef and pork, and the most fruits and vegetables. 6 more words

Sustainability

NZ: Plenty of scientific concerns about seabed mining application

Chatham Rise seabed hearing: the absence of evidence

Kiwis Against Seabed Mining | Scoop NZ

The phosphate on the seabed, 450m down on the Chatham Rise, has a particular quality that other phosphate doesn’t have: uranium. 1,031 more words

Environmental Impact

Vanuatu women: No to deep Sea Mining

Godwin Ligo | Vanuatu Daily Post

The President of the Vanuatu National Council of Women (VNCW) Mrs. Blandine Boulekone, has said that women in Vanuatu totally disagree with the Deep Sea Mining in Vanuatu Waters. 21 more words

Environmental Impact