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A new website and a Facebook page were launched on Tuesday in a bid to assist former mineworkers and their dependents who may be entitled to compensation under the provisions of a Trust Fund set up

Neither the law nor the accounting standards governing company disclosures ensure that mining companies are transparent about financial provision set aside to rehabilitate environmental damage.

A long-standing dispute over sand mining spawned violent clashes Monday in Gambia, with two people killed and others — including police officers — critically injured.

Gambian police on Monday killed two young men during a village protest against sand excavation they claim is damaging their rice fields, official sources said.

Of the common adjectives used to describe Earth’s southern polar region, ‘pristine’ is among the most inappropriate. The ocean around Antarctica bobs with pieces of microplastic pollution, and for decades, whales and other marine life have been stripped from the sea. The ozone hole gapes above. To find any of the advertised unspoiled wilderness, a visitor has to trek inshore and away from the direct influence of the rest of the world. Because there is another misapplied label: remote.

President Michel Temer on Tuesday signed decrees regulating the new mining code, setting stricter environmental rules and enforcing mine closures, but also aiming to boost funding for the sector's

Monrovia – A Turkish mining company operating in Bong County has been found liable for environmental degradation after “a catastrophic failure” of its tailing storage facility (TSF) on September 27

Parliament's portfolio committee on mineral resources is demanding answers from Sibanye-Stillwater's managers on Tuesday after the death of four miners, and the disappearance of at least one more.

Navi Mumbai: Senior bureaucrats, who have been heads of Cidco and BMC, along with the NMMC commissioner and some town planners have raised their voice against the continuance of quarrying in Parsik

Judgement of the High Court of Delhi in the matter of Reliance Power Ltd. & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 06/06/2018 regarding cancellation of coal block Chhatrasal for the Sasan UMPP and the supply of surplus quantity of coal upto a maximum of 9 Million Metric Tons per annum from the coal mines of Moher, Moher-Amlohri and Chhatrasal for the 3960 MW thermal plant owned and managed by Chitrangi Power Pvt. Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance.

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