NZ seabed mining company slammed as ‘arrogant’ by South Taranaki iwi — Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

Jeremy Wilkinson | Stuff | 2 September 2016 Iwi have labelled a seabed mining company “arrogant” and slammed their consultation process in applying to mine offshore in South Taranaki. For the second time in as many years Trans Tasman Resources have applied for consent to annually mine 50 million tonnes of sand from the seabed […]

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NZ communities vow to fight seabed mining – again — Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

KASM | Scoop | 24 August 2016 Coastal communities are preparing to fight a new application to mine the seabed, lodged with the Environmental Protection Agency yesterday, Kiwis Against Seabed Mining said today. Trans Tasman Resources (TTR), whose 2013 bid to mine ironsands from the seabed in the South Taranaki Bight was turned down by […]

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Experimental seabed mining… out of our depth — Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

Mission Blue | June 23, 2016 Aliens finally made it to planet Earth. And it just so happens these aliens value — above all else — the American quarter, those shiny metal pieces emblazoned with George Washington. Upon surveying the planet, the aliens note that the highest concentration of quarters are located on Manhattan Island. So, they […]

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