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Brazil sets new six-month Amazon deforestation record

Manila Standard 04 Jul 2022
“The impact of this negligence will be the increasing loss of the resilience of these surroundings, not to mention the damage done to local communities and health,” said Mariana Napolitano, of the Brazilian World Wildlife Fund. Bolsonaro has encouraged mining and farming activity in protected areas.
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Amazon rainforest suffers record level of deforestation

RTE 01 Jul 2022
"The impact of this negligence will be the increasing loss of the resilience of these surroundings, not to mention the damage done to local communities and health," said Mariana Napolitano, of the Brazilian World Wildlife Fund. Mr Bolsonaro has encouraged mining and farming activity in protected areas.
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Candidate's View: 'We need someone in Congress like me'

Duluth News Tribune 01 Jul 2022
My grandfather’s next-door neighbor was an escaped slave, and George Robb became an officer of the famed Harlem Hellfighters, Black soldiers who fought in the trenches of France in World War I ... We should instead fund more research to neutralize sulfur and share this knowledge with the world.
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UK Commits Another £500,000 for De-Mining Efforts in Armenia and Azerbaijan

Asbarez 30 Jun 2022
New funding will provide vital training and expert advice to make the area safe, prevent injuries and save lives ... The latest contribution brings the total UK funding for de-mining to over £1 million since the Nagorno-Karabakh war in 2020 ... The region is one of the most contaminated with land mines and unexploded ordnance in the world.
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‘Terrifying’: WWF chief hits out at plans to mine the deep sea

The Philadelphia Inquirer 29 Jun 2022
LISBON --- The World Wildlife Fund's chief warned on Tuesday that the potential impact of mining the deep sea could be "terrifying" and ...
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'Terrifying': WWF chief hits out at plans to mine the deep sea

Mining Weekly 29 Jun 2022
The World Wildlife Fund's chief warned on Tuesday that the potential impact of mining the deep sea could be "terrifying" ...
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'Not worth the risk': Palau, Fiji call for deep-sea mining moratorium

Reuters 28 Jun 2022
"How can we in our right minds say 'let's go mining' without knowing what the risks are?" ... Until global rules are in place, seabed mining is not allowed ... Companies such as Google, BMW and Samsung were the first globally to sign up to a World Wildlife Fund call for a moratorium on deep-sea mining.
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‘Not worth the risk’: Palau, Fiji call for deep-sea mining moratorium

Mining Dot Com 27 Jun 2022
Deep-sea mining uses heavy machinery to suck up off the ocean floor potato-sized rocks or nodules that contain cobalt, manganese, and other rare metals mostly used in batteries ... Companies such as Google, BMW and Samsung were the first globally to sign up to a World Wildlife Fund call for a moratorium on deep-sea mining.
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MARKET REPORT: Mining shares boosted after G7 announces £500bn package to improve infrastructure in developing countries

The Daily Mail 27 Jun 2022
Global fund. The G7 has announced a £500bn infrastructure package to help developing countries in a move which boosted mining stocks despite lingering fears of recession. It has been touted as an alternative to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which pumps billions into countries around the world to fund projects from buildings to roads.
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MARKET REPORT: Mining shares boosted by £500bn G7 spending plan

This is Money 27 Jun 2022
It has been touted as an alternative to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which pumps billions into countries around the world to fund projects from buildings to roads. The pledge boosted mining stocks, in particular, despite lingering fears of recession ... around the world.
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Six ways to make money while inflation is at 9.1pc

The Daily Telegraph 23 Jun 2022
While the volatile commodity market may be hurting your household budget, Darius McDermott of FundCalibre, a fund research firm, said it represented an investment opportunity. He highlighted the £1.3bn BlackRock World Mining investment trust ... These funds are particularly attractive when their rental income is linked to inflation ... Fund picks.
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Witan boss: 'We're sorry – we've let shareholders down'

The Daily Telegraph 10 Jun 2022
He tells Telegraph Money why “active” funds are alive and well and explains the rationale for selling some of the trust’s stake in the BlackRock World Mining Trust despite its stellar returns ... BlackRock World Mining Trust is up more than two-and-a-half times over the past few years with a compound growth rate of more than 30pc a year.
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Be ready for Mining Index on African stock markets – Bawumia tells mining industry

B & FT Online 03 Jun 2022
Mahamudu Bawumia, for mining companies to hasten the development of the capacity to interact with the world’s natural resources banks, fund managers and the leading stock exchanges ... This, he revealed will stretch from concession acquisition, adequate funding for exploration, ...
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Binance And Kazakhstan Ink MOU On Crypto, Blockchain Regulation

Bitcoinist 27 May 2022
The chief of the digital development ministry Bagdat Musin, said that Binance and Kazakhstan have discussed the potential of establishing a blockchain-focused venture fund and academy ... A Bitcoin Mining Juggernaut ... Kazakhstan is one of the first countries in the world to legalize cryptocurrency mining.
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G7 countries say strict environmental rules needed for deep-sea mining

Metro USA 27 May 2022
The International Seabed Authority (ISA), a United Nations body, is drawing up regulations governing seabed mining in the high seas – areas outside any national jurisdiction ... The World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) call for a moratorium has been joined by companies including carmaker BMW and Alphabet Inc’s Google.

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