The people of Papua New Guinea have a complex and varied relationship with the predominantly transnational extractive industry in PNG. At a national scale, the… Read More »Desperately seeking legitimacy: Reducing the social impacts of extractives in PNG
With the construction phase of the mining boom over and demand for Australia’s energy and mineral resources waning, now is a good time to reflect… Read More »A Sense of place, a sense of loss: Australia’s Mining Legacies
Panic has set in for the global resource sector with a sharp commodities slump bringing some of the world’s biggest mining companies to the brink… Read More »Poison or poverty? Glencore’s blackmail of Borroloola
Ranger uranium mine operates within the bounds of the dual World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. Ranger was established through a no-consent lease on the… Read More »Rehabilitating Mirarr Land: Mining to end at Ranger?
State Crime – on the Margins of Empire, RIO Tinto, the War on Bougainville and Resistance to mining Author: Kristian Lasslett, Pub: Pluto Press, paperback,… Read More »RIO Tinto, the war on Bougainville and resistance to mining
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… Read More »Increasing transparency and accountability for Woodlark Island