In recent research Andreas Heiss of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and colleagues examined plant remains from the mining site of Prigglitz-Gasteil in the Eastern Alps in Austria, which was active between the 11th and 9th Century BCE.
Sedimentary deposits of the ‘Anthropocene’ By Steve Drury
Cobalt is quite a rare metal which is found in the Earth’s crust.
Scottish Parliament Pension Fund Investing in Fossil Fuel Companies: £505,683 Directly in BHP and £257,899 in Rio Tinto.
“BHP has a very aggressive strategy to insert itself in the territories of these communities, over-exploiting local water sources causing major droughts and trying to eliminate any critical opinion or social protest.”
Nick Morrison reports on his visit to the salt mine in Loule Portugal
the sea pangolin, is the first species at risk of extinction due to potential deep sea mining by humans.
“This mine is 400 Meters deep that means the bottom is 300 Meters below sea level.”