Increasing transparency and accountability for Woodlark Island

In February’s Mining Monitor, MPI outlined a proposed and potentially damaging mine on Woodlark Island in Papua New Guinea, highlighting a number of potential ecological and social impacts. Part of MPI’s work is to make information about such projects available and accessible, recogni
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Mining Monitor April 2015

This edition of the MM takes us around the globe again; with the first stop being Tasmania. MPI chair Dr. Gavin Mudd attended and opened the mining legacies exhibition Entropy 1, which we featured in February’s edition of the MM. Dr. Mudd gives us an insight in to the impacts and reso
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Mining on Misima

The Island of Misima lies 200 kilometers off the far eastern coastline of mainland Papua New Guinea. Over two hundred thousand people inhabit the Island and live together in small villages along the coastlines. Isolated and remote a one-way plane ticket to the Island from Port Moresby
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MPI Mining Monitor – August 2013

The August Mining Monitor aims to keep you informed with interesting mining stories from around the world without inundating you with bad news. Our politicians, mining companies and mainstream media do a great job of promoting the industry – we try to balance this. But we need y
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NT miners fined for desecrating Aboriginal site

A mining company has been convicted and fined over the desecration of an Aboriginal sacred site in the Northern Territory in a historic ruling.In a landmark case, a mining company has been fined for desecrating an Aboriginal sacred site in the Northern Territory. The Darwin Magistrate
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