Op-Ed: The Economist
UC Berkeley Professor of Energy Daniel Kammen argues that deep sea mining is unnecessary in The Economist.
What's Deep Sea Mining Really About?
In The Guardian, journalist Oliver Gray cites BCI's white paper in a sober and thorough tour of the deep sea mining industry and growing opposition to it.
Indigenous Peoples from 34 nations call for total ban on deep sea mining
Kingston, Jamaica, 20 March – Indigenous activists have made clear that they don’t give their consent to deep sea mining. In a petition presented today to the International Seabed Authority (ISA), over 1,000 signatories from 34 countries and 56 Indigenous groups called for a total ban on this destructive industry.
Influential Fijian leader Ratu Epenisa Cakobau Signs Statement Against Deep Sea Mining
Head of the Kubuna Confederacy, Ratu Epenisa Cakobau is calling for a ban on deep sea mining in the Pacific. He joins other indigenous leaders and allies across the Pacific. “As indigenous people, we must take a stand on protecting our oceans. Deep sea mining threatens our cultural heritage and the health of our planet,” Ratu Epenisa said.
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