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In a decision that will have wider repercussions on construction activity and employment, the Supreme Court on Thursday ordered stay on the illegal sand mining activities on the riverbeds in Rajast

Apple (AAPL.O) is leading the way in tracing cobalt used in its electronics to ensure the metal has not been mined by children in Democratic Republic of Congo while Microsoft (MSFT.O) is lagging, A

New report urges global action on mining pollution. Mining Tailings Storage: Safety is no accident, was prompted by tailings dams disasters and rising global concerns about the safety, management and impacts of storing and managing large volumes of mine tailings.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rajpal Vs. Mines and Geology Department, Govt. of Haryana & Others dated 08/11/2017 regarding mining activity in the villages Aterna and Hansapur, District Sonipat, Haryana. NGT calls for stopping of any mining activity in these areas.

If you imagine fish as birds of the ocean, they fly through forests and over fields which grow in the rich soil of the continental shelf.

BHP has said it will not support the Minerals Council’s bid to strip environmental groups of their ability to advocate for policy change.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Mangalam Cement Limited Vs State of Rajasthan & Others dated 07/11/2017 regarding rate of Net Present Value (NPV) by Mangalam Cement Limited, Kota, Rajasthan. Mangalam Cement contention is that the forest land in question is degraded having density of less than of 0.01, the NPV should have been charged at the minimum rate of Rs. 5.80 lakhs per hectare and not at the rate of Rs. 9.0 hectares.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Neelambar Baba & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 07/11/2017 regarding environmental degradation because of illegal stone crushing units in the Braj region of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan (Mathura and Bharatpur).

Rebels in southern Senegal say an Australian company's plans to mine for zircon, a rare mineral used for making mobile phones and nuclear power plants, amounts to "an act of war".

One of the world's largest firms loaned a businessman previously accused of corruption $45m and asked him to negotiate mining rights in a poor central African nation, the Paradise Papers reveal.

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