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Thursday, 13 December

10:22

Game Over. Canadian Mining Companys Papua New Guinea Deep Sea Mining Experiment Fails Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

MiningWatch Canada  | December 11, 2018

Nautilus Minerals aspirations to be the worlds first deep sea mining company sink to the bottom of the ocean on news that the project support vessel critical to the development of the companys deep sea mining project in Papua New Guinea has been purchased for repurposing by Indian company MDL Energy.

Dr. Helen Rosenbaum of the Deep Sea Mining Campaign said: Nautilus Production Support Vessel was the centrepiece of their model of operation. Without the support vessel its difficult to see Nautilus ever developing its Solwara 1 project. Given Nautilus dire financial circumstances it is fair to say the game is over. There seems little chance of them re-paying their bridging loans when these become due in less than a month. The Solwara 1 experiment can be deemed a failure, and the people of the Bismarck Sea of Papua New Guinea have hopefully been spared an environmental disaster.[1]

Dr. Catherine Coumans of MiningWatch Canada stated, If Nautilus sinks, the amazing hydrothermal vents targeted for mining with their unique and diverse life forms will be given a reprieve, as will the marine...

09:40

Petition to Stop the K 5 Billion Ramu Nickel Extension Project and Shut Down of Basamuk Refinery Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

On Saturday, 01 December 2018, we the landowners and the mine-impacted communities of Basamuk held a public forum at Ganglau Village.  I did education and awareness on:

  • The 2019 Budget, the Medium Term Development Plan III (2018 2022) and where Rai Coast is positioned in these plans;
  • The recently held APEC Meetings and some of the decisions that came out of that which will affect the people; and
  • The APEC gift K5 Billion Deal MOU signed on 16 November 2018 between PNGs Mining Minister Hon. Johnson Tuke and the Chinese Government for Ramu Nickel Extension Project.

Following the...

09:15

Connecticut: 300 People Protest Yales Investments in Fossil Fuels and Puerto Rican Debt "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

by Lorenzo Arvanitis and Selena Cho / Yale Daily News

photo by Marisa Peryer

The Yale Police Department arrested 48 people the vast majority of whom were Yale undergraduates on Friday, ending a five-hour sit-in at the lobby of the Yale Investments Office. A coalition of student groups, including Fossil Free Yale and Despierta Boricua, organized the event to protest Yales holdings in the fossil fuel industry and Puerto Rican debt.

Forty-three students, two graduate students, two New Haven residents and one faculty member history professor Jennifer Klein were cited for trespassing after refusing to leave the lobby of the Yale Investments Office after 5 p.m. the time the Investments Office closes. In an interview with the News, University spokesperson Tom Conroy said police officers informed the students that the building was closing at 5 p.m., and that they would be given a ticket if they chose to remain in the lobby.

The Friday rally was another chapter in a six-year student campaign to urge the University to instruct its fund managers to cancel their holdings in Puerto Ricos debt and divest from the fossil fuel industry. Yale holds an undisclosed number of shares in Exxon Mobil Corp., the largest oil company in the world, and directly invests $78 million in natural gas producer Antero Resources, according to Yales most recent 13F filings to the Securities and Exchange Committee. The Universitys Form 990 for tax year 2015 also indicates that, as of June 2016, the University had about 3 percent of its endowment invested in a fund operated by the Baupost Group, a hedge fund which owns nearly $1 billion of Puerto Ricos $70 billion debt.

Yale profits off of climate destruction and the continued exploitation of Puerto Rico, members of Fossil Free Yale said in a statement. We envision and demand a Unive...

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Wednesday, 12 December

15:39

Brazilian regulators deny French oil giant Total license to drill near Amazon Reef "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

Brazils environmental regulatory agency, Ibama, announced last Friday that it was denying French oil company Total license to drill for oil near the Amazon Reef. The reef system, discovered off the coast of Amap state in northern Brazil in 2016, is known as the Amazon Reef because it lies in the turgid waters of the Atlantic Ocean close to the mouth of the Amazon River. The system of corals, sponges, and a colorful marine algae that resembles coral called rhodoliths extends from French Guiana to Brazils Maranho State and encompasses 9,500 square kilometers (nearly 3,700 square miles). Fabiano Thompson of Brazils Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, who was part of the team of scientists that made the discovery, told Mongabay at the time that the oceanographic conditions of the Amazon Reef are not found anywhere else on the planet, making it an entirely unique ecosystem. Total sought to drill for oil in the Foz do Amazonas Basin, which has been estimated to contain as much as 14 billion barrels of oil. The French oil giant was leading a group of companies, including the UKs BP and Brazils state-owned oil company Petrobras, that acquired the rights to five exploration blocks in the basin in a 2013 auction. BP is reportedly still trying to secure a license to drill in the Foz do Amazonas Basin on its own. One of the first images of the Amazon Reef taken from a submarine launched from the Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza. Photo: Greenpeace. Greenpeace announced

10:30

Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano showing signs it may erupt, Tanzania "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

The Ol Doinyo Lengai, called the Mountain of God by the Maasai people is showing signs it may erupt. This is the only volcano in the world that sometimes erupts natrocarbonatite lava, a highly fluid lava that contains almost no silicon. According to Al Jazeera's...... Read more

High-impact eruption at Manam volcano, heavy ashfall blocking sunlight, P.N.G. "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

A powerful eruption started at Manam volcano, Papua New Guinea around 03:00 UTC on December 8, 2018. Heavy ashfall is falling on the island, blocking out sunlight. Volcanic ash rose up to 13.7 km (45 000 feet) above sea level, according to the Darwin VAAC, forcing...... Read more

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Monday, 10 December

21:47

Das Geheimnis zum Datenraum | Datenraum erstellen "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

Irgendwann wrden Jene einen Datenraum wnschen, wenn du Unternehmen rberkommen soll. Fr den fall Sie sich fragen, was ein Hedge-Fonds ist , alternativ wie Diese einen Hedge-Fonds einrichten, befinden sich Sie an der richtigen Stelle. Ebendiese mssen ebenfalls wissen, wie auch ein Datenraum verwendet sieht man. Der Internet-Datenraum ermglicht es dem verkaufenden Unternehmen, wertvolle Informationen herauf kontrollierte Verfahrensweise bereitzustellen, um eine Vertraulichkeit abgeschlossen wahren.

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Datenraum: Kein Kontext mehr & Datenraum software

Ebendiese werden beeindruckender sein, falls Sie darber hinaus das Zeigen an einem Datenraum geben knnen. Virtuelle Datenrume wird auch wie Deal Rooms bezeichnet. Das Online-Datenraum oder auch ein virtueller Datenraum ist ein Online-Warehouse mit wichtigen Dokumenten zu einem Unternehmen.

Die einfachste, effektivste weiterhin sicherste Betrachtungsweise ist es dasjenige ffnen eines digitalen Datenraums. Jenes digitaler Datenraum ist allein die welcher grten Fehler, die Sie ttigen knnen, um sicherzustellen, wenn Sie schnellstens reagieren und rechtzeitig reagieren. Es hat der jenes breites Anwendungsspektrum und ist es uerst elastisch. Es ist echt geraume Online-Plattform, die welchen Transition fuer Dokumenten darber hinaus die Gruppenarbeit um Kufern ferner Verkufern im rahmen (von) deiner lieblings Vielzahl von seiten Transaktionen, einschlielich Fusionen und bernahmen, erleichtert. Im Rahmen der Konsolidierung fuer Dokumenten, ebenfalls Due Diligence genannt, ist natrlich das ideal fr die Zubereitung und Bereitstellung seitens Dokumenten fuer unterschiedlichen Standorten. Das bietet viele Vorzuege. Virtuelle Datenrume bescheren gewiss viele Ntzlich sein, befinden sich dennoch in keiner weise zu jede Gewerbe ideal.

Sobald Jene Ihre Standpunkt zunichte machen, zaehlen Sie nicht die Grundeinstellung unter einsatz von die Klasse und Klasse, sowie jene vollzogen wird. Akkumulieren Diese jedermann Dateien, die Sie zur Grundeinstellung Ihres Unternehmens in dieser sicheren Umgebung bentigen. Wenn ein Betrieb mit deinem anderen Betrieb ausgeliefert oder aber zusammengefhrt werden soll, mssen jedermann gen zahlreichen jeweiligen Standorten verteilten Dokumente bedeutend, sortiert des weiteren aufbereitet sein. Vierundzwanzig stunden 2 Was das seitens seinem Datenraum-Team bentigt, warum des weiteren wann dieses bentigt vermag. Falls Jene das Betrieb via den Webseiten verwalten, ist echt jener bequeme Zugriff in dem Internet besonders angebracht. Vereint qua dem potenziellen Kufer, der gegenseitig Sorgen bringt, ein paar Menge Geld zur Beseitigung bestimmter Probleme aufbringen zu mssen, knnte ein Unterneh...

10:23

PNG resource extraction law at stake Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

The truth is that our country is at a crisis point. If we do not correct some very serious faults and failures in how we approach the extraction of resources such as minerals, gas and oil we will not only continue to fail to deliver progress to our people, we will put the very survival of our country at peril.

Editorial | The Sunday Bulletin | 2 December 2018

THIS week Papua New Guineas expanding resources industry will be showcased at a three-day PNG Mining and Petroleum Investment Conference.

Widely regarded as the nations premier international conference, will be held from 3 to 5 December 2018 at Sydneys Hilton Hotel in Australia.

We understand that speakers will include the PNG Prime Minister, Peter ONeill, along with a number of government ministers who will provide delegates with insights into the...

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Sunday, 09 December

12:24

Fukushima Food Fight Continues

Concerns and disputes over the safety of food from Fukushima and other nearby prefectures subject to fallout from the nuclear

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06:41

Kleinunternehmen Homepage Design dasjenige Beste aus dieser sache machen! | Website Erstellen Kostenlos Mit Eigener Domain "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

Wenn Menschen online getreu Informationen forschen, verwenden jene normalerweise Mittel, um welchen gewnschten Dings is besondersten zu finden. Wenn sie pro Ende dieses Tages herausfinden knnen, angesichts eine Website die Informationen enthlt, nach denen jene suchen, befinden sich sie vernuenftiger in der Bauplatz, zu suchen, ber entschlsseln ferner sogar die Informationen auszuwhlen, auf die jene zu einem bestimmten Zeitpunkt zugreifen mchten, insbesondere jedoch ber Suchmaschinen. Sie knnen die Benutzererfahrung darber hinaus einer inhaltsreichen Website verbessern, indem Jene den Artikelberschriften mehr Prsent schenken. Die berschriften zocken in zweierlei Hinsicht die entscheidende Trommel: Zum 1, wenn dieser Benutzer vorher auf dieser Website surft, und angenehm anderen sieht man die Zweck der Internetseite in Anzeigen, Suchergebnissen usw. hervorgehoben. Das hilft, Besucher auf die Website zu lenken.

Etwas Webseite Erstellen Kostenlos Tipps, die Sie sachverstand mssen

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Vom Hypertext-Protokoll (HTML) sind berschriften Textstcke via reichhaltigem Dings. berschriften haben normalerweise primre Schlsselwrter, die das allgemeine Thema jener Website ausquetschen. Im Allgemeinen handelt sichs bei ihrer berschrift mit der absicht eine Linie oder das hierarchisches Etikett, das deinem Benutzer ausser auf anderen relevanten Informationen zu der Art dieses Inhalts einfache Informationen ber den Inhalt jener Website existieren. Wenn Sie nach bestimmten Websites suchen, spielt die berschrift eine wichtige Rolle dabei, angesichts die Seite in allen Suchergebnissen ihrer Suchmaschine gar angezeigt wird oder nicht. Wenn Suchmaschinen nach Infos pro Mieter und / oder verwandten Websites im Internet suchen, einplanen sie meist die berschrift. berschriften sind immer wieder daher besonders wichtig. Das bedeutet, dass fr Ihre Suchmaschinenoptimierung Ihrer Website die wichtigsten Keywords in die berschrift eingefgt werden mssen, die den Inhalt der Seite wirklich widerspiegeln. Darber hinaus mssen Jene nicht lediglich ber allesamt grundlegenden erklrenden HTML-Codeberschriften anordnen, sondern ebenso diejenigen berschriften, die gegenseitig auf die sichersten Textblcke dieser Website themenbezogen. Diese allgemeine Kennzeichnung vorhanden ist den Besuchern eine Geistiges eintauchen davon, woraus die Artikel bestehen. Darber hinaus den Ergebnissen, die von einer Suma zurckgegeben sein, sind InText-berschriften sehr elementar, da die Suchmaschinen sie normalerweise verwenden, um die einzelnen Links zu kennzeichnen, die von der Suche folgerichtig werden. Hierbei kann jener Sucher registrieren, ob die berschrift fr ihre Ermittlung ausreichend signifikant ist oder aber nic...

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Friday, 07 December

09:25

A high-profile deep-sea mining company is struggling Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

Nautilus has multiple problems, including the loss of an expensive ship

The Economist | December 5 2018

AFTER LISTING on the Toronto stock exchange in 2006 Nautilus Minerals became the public face of a daring new industry: deep-sea mining. It planned to pursue riches on the ocean floor, mining metals such as gold, zinc and copper, desired respectively for lustre, alloys and electronics. Robotic machines would cut, grind and gather volcanic rock at a site called Solwara 1, located 1,600 metres beneath the surface of the Bismarck Sea near Papua New Guinea (PNG). The resultant rocky slurry would be pumped up to a support vessel, then shipped to a site at which the metals could be extracted. Investors were convinced; Nautiluss shares doubled from their initial price of C$2 ($1.80) in a few months.

Today a Nautilus share is worth just a few Canadian cents. Three problems have changed sentiment. First, the firm has had substantial contractual trouble with...

05:42

Seven Convicted of Killing Honduran Indigenous Activist Berta Cceres "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

By Mongabay.com

A Honduran court has convicted seven men in the murder of indigenous rights activist Berta Cceres in 2016.

Until her death on March 2, 2016, Cceres had been leading a fierce campaign against the Agua Zarca dam in western Honduras, a joint project between the Honduran company Desarrollos Energticos SA (DESA) and Chinese-owned Sinohydro. The dam was being built on the Gualcarque River without consultation with the Lenca indigenous community that depends on the river for their food and water.

Cceres, who won the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize in 2015, had received numerous threats for her activism against the dam before she was killed by gunmen at her home in the city of La Esperanza. Mexican environmentalist Gustavo Castro was also shot, but he survived the attack.

Those found guilty of her murder are Sergio Ramn Rodrguez Orellana, manager of DESA; Douglas Geovanny Bustillo, a former soldier and ex-security chief of DESA; Mariano Daz Chvez, an army major; Henry Javier Hernndez; Edwin Rapalo; Edilson Duarte Meza; and Oscar Torres. An eighth defendant, Emerson Duarte, accused of covering up the crime, was acquitted.

To date, nine people have been arrested in connection with Cceress murder. David Castillo Meja, executive president of DESA, was charged with being the mastermind of the murder in March this year. He will face a separate trial.

Cceress family, along with Gustavo Castro; COPINH, the organization that Cceres led; and their legal teams have released a...

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Thursday, 06 December

10:27

Nautilus setting JV to secure support vessels for Solwara 1 project Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

Nautilus floating base.

UPDATE: 6 Dec. Nautilus Minerals is reported to have been referred to the Toronto stock exchange for misleading investors over the fate of its mining vessel which it is claimed has already been sold to a third party despite Nautilus claims below that it is preparing to buy the ship.

Cecilia Jamasmie | Mining.com | 5 December 2018

Shares in Canadas Nautilus Minerals (TSX:NUS), one of the worlds first seafloor miners, climbed more than 10% on Monday as the company disclosed is negotiating the terms of an agreement with arms length third parties that would involve the creation of a joint venture company.

The purpose of the new firm, Nautilus said, would be to fund the acquisition of the Production Support Vessel (PSV) that Nautilus had previously arranged to be procur...

09:36

Bougainvilles tinderbox threatens to reignite Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

Bougainville Revolutionary Army fighters look down on the Panguna mine in 1996

An independence referendum and unresolved issues over the rich Panguna copper mine threaten to tilt Papua New Guineas tumultuous autonomous island back to civil war

Alan Boyd | Asia Times | December 4, 2018

Foreign mining companies are jostling for exploration rights on the Papua New Guinea island of Bougainville ahead of a crucial independence vote next year that some fear could revive tensions that sparked a civil war that killed 20,000 in the 1980s.

The island will need mining royalties to maintain a viable economy if the referendum backs independence, but unresolved issues over the Panguna copper mine are still a sensitive point with traditional landowners. Villagers shut the pit down in 1989, triggering the previous lethal conflict.

The referendum is the culmination of the Bougainville Peace Agreement, which formally ended the decade-long bloody civil war. It will take place as the US and Australia aim to work closely with Papua...

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Wednesday, 05 December

15:33

Man Finds Something Strange Tangled Up In His Fence "IndyWatch Feed Enviro"

A farmer was going out to tend to his crops in Thailand when he noticed something strange hanging on his fence.

Credit: WFFT

The intention of the wire fence was to keep wild birds from ruining the farmer's harvest that is exactly what it did, but it also could have killed two wild baby owls who ended up entangled in the wires. 

Fortunately, the farmer took pity on the owlets.

Credit: WFFT

The farmer took them inside and tried nursing them back to strength on his own. 

But when the owlets stopped eating for three days, the farmer realized he needed to get the baby birds expert help. 

Credit: WFFT

"He tried taking care of them but ended up bringing them to Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT) after they didnt eat for three days," WFFT wrote on Facebook.

Veterinarians at the rescue center, trying to figure out what was wrong with the little owls, took radiographs so they could detect whether there were any internal injuries. ...

10:26

Kainantu profitable and will have long mine life, says K92 CEO Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

A core from Kainantus Kora deposit Source: K92 Mining

David James | Business Advantage | 4 December 2018 

Canadian miner K92 has found new ore and is ramping up its operations at its Kainantu mine in Papua New Guineas Eastern Highlands Province. In this exclusive interview, Chief Executive John Lewins tells Business Advantage PNG that the company is now profitable and has an anticipated mine life of over 15 years.

New ore discoveries are at the heart of Kainantus current health. When the mine was bought by K92 from Barrick Gold in 2015, John Lewins says the focus was initially on restarting mining operations on the Irumafimpa ore body.

The expectation in the previous owners original design was that this would yield about 20 grams of gold per tonne, but it was closer to 8.5 grams.

It was still pretty good but, when you are expecting 20, it is not so good, he tells Business Advantage PNG.

It was recognised that this ore body was also relatively difficult mining, in terms of...

10:03

Introduction Of Mining Bill Pushed To Next Year Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

Mining Minister Johnson Tuke

Post Courier | December 5, 2018

Mining Minister Johnson Tuke told the Mining and Petroleum Conference in Sydney that proposed amendments to the Mining Act (1992) will be made next year.
He said this despite previous indication of last month being the sitting that would introduce the proposed amendments.
Citing concerns from the industry and the need for independent review from within government circles, he said the amendment would still take place nonetheless citing an over 9 years consultative period.
One of the principle priority for my ministry was to ensure the proposed mining bill is introduced in parliament in the November session in accordance with the NEC decision No 8 of 2018, he said.
The ministry had put together a working team comprising the Department of Mineral Policy and Geohazards Management, the Mineral Resources Authority, the Department of Treasury and the Office of the State Solicitor and the First Legislative Council under the oversight of the Chief Secretary to Government to prepare the min...

09:47

Peter ONeill: Government to Ensure Better Deal for Communities Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

Meriba Tulo | EMTV | 4 December 2018

Negotiating a better deal for Papua New Guinea will be the mantra for the National Government as it looks to finalizing some major projects within the Extractive Industries in the months ahead.

Prime Minister Peter ONeill made these comments when speaking to EMTV News on Day one of the 2018 PNG Mining & Petroleum Investment Conference.

Addressing the opening session of the PNG Mining & Petroleum Investment Conference, Prime Minister Peter ONeill elaborated on the efforts by his government in pushing for better deals for upcoming projects within the mining and gas space.

His comments on the back of concerns regarding the perceived unfair distribution of wealth from existing projects operating in PNG.

According to Mr ONeill, the lessons from current projects will not be repeated, with the National Government aiming to ensure that the country receives a better deal, financially, but more importantly, socially, through respective project agreements.

A major aspect of upcoming projects that the government is keen to complete, is the all-important landowner and clan-vetting exercise, especially within the gas sector...

09:20

Porgera landowners sue PNG Govt for billions Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

A protest against Barrick Gold. Photo: Facebook/ Kelly Taila

Radio New Zealand | 4 December 2018 

A landowners group in Papua New Guineas highlands region is suing the national government for $US13.28 billion over a breach of contract.

The Justice Foundation for Porgera and other landowners whose land is inside the boundaries of the Porgera gold mine are behind the suit.

They claim that Barrick Nuigini, a subsidiary of Canadian mining giant Barrick Gold, has destroyed their environment and livelihoods, and has not kept to the commitments made in the contract signed in 1989.

The Foundations Jonathan Paraia said the amount of money they are seeking is justified.

That is based on the contract for Porgera Mine signed between the state and Porgera landowners, but the state has got its own agreement with the Candian mining company, Barrick. So we expect the g...

03:02

Global Rescue Plan A flopped. Now what? Enter Plan P Centre for Climate Safety

Climatic clippings no 9 in 2018 ] 

2018 was the year when words of emergency, breakdown, collapse and extinction started ringing in our ears with more disturbing clarity than ever before, but even so, the destruction of our climate continued as if no one was listening.

Plan A for how humanity could solve the climate crisis through the UN system and governmental negotiation and regulation turned out to be catastrophically inefficient and insufficient to deal with this challenge.

Through 2018, the scientific climate assessments have told us the same story in report after report after report: The problem is still getting worse, the risks keep increasing. This is an existential crisis. We are sleepwalking into a man-made disaster.

While most governments fail to act on the emergency, community leaders, artists and even media are increasingly raising their voices about the madness in this suicidal situation.

2018 showed new signs that the time may finally have come for Plan P  which, if we think about it, actually is the only plan through-out history that has enabled humans to create fast turnarounds at a society-wide level: People power.

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Thursday, 29 November

07:11

Sustainability and youth: Taking unified action Centre for Climate Safety


Guests in The Sustainable Youth Hour on 28 November 2018 are three students from Sacred Heart Collage in Geelong, just back from a sustainability camp, and four English language students from Deakin University in Geelong: Yuya, Mami and Nanami from Japan, and Charlie from Vietnam.

We interview Laura Kelly and Jude Corbett, students at Kardinia International College, about why they mobilised a school strike for climate action in Geelong on 23 November 2018.

We meet Kerri Jenkins, teacher at St Josephs College in Geelong, who talks about whats required to make a sustainability program become a success in the school. She calls her recipe FICAS: Ensuring that the program is Fun and is Focused on Incentive, delivers Comparable data, is Achieveable  dream big, but make sure it is achievable! and has the necessary Support from the principal, the school board and other key people in the school.

We bring Lene Foghsgaards second Sustainable People segment, which today is about Black Friday.

We kick the hour off with short statements by Prime Minister Scott Morr...

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