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  • Case Study on the Effects of Mining and Dams on the Environment

    Mining has a long history in the Philippines. Small scale mining has been practiced by Philippine peoples for at least ten centuries, and large scale mining by foreign as well as Filipino firms for about a century. Little is . Ventilation shafts have also drawn water away from surface streams, irrigation canals, and pondfields.


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  • Chamber of mines picks Brimo as new chair, names other trustees

    Sep 2, 2017 The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP) has elected mining veteran and exbanker Gerard Brimo, president and chief executive officer of Nickel Asia Corp., as its new chair to lead the mining industry in navigating a challenging regulatory environment. Following the retirement of Benjamin Philip 


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  • Philippine mining industry: Boon or bane? ABSCBN News

    Dec 9, 2011 MANILA, Philippines On Thursday, mining industry leaders and antimining groups including the Save Palawan Movement faced off as the Senate Committees on Agriculture and Food, and Environment and Natural Resources opened an inquiry to discuss legislation that will affect the mining industry.


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  • Civil Society Opposition to Nonferrous Metals Mining in the Philippines

    Drawing on a range of jieldwork interviews, this paper discusses the opposition of civil society to nonferrous metals mining in the Philippines. The efforts of the. Philippine government to enhance development by encouraging the extraction of the nation s mineral resources by foreign corporations is discussed, as is the op.


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  • What's stopping the Philippines from mining its riches? This Week

    Mar 19, 2017 Half the nation's mines were shut last month foreign firms consider moving.


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  • Philippines mining shutdown Philippines Al Jazeera

    Feb 11, 2017 The Philippines is the world's biggest supplier of nickel ore. President Rodrigo Duterte's government has shut down over half of the country's mines. His environment minister said that because of its unique ecosystem, the Philippines is simply unfit for mining. The mining companies want the government to 


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  • Civil Society Opposition to Nonferrous Metals Mining in the Philippines

    Drawing on a range of jieldwork interviews, this paper discusses the opposition of civil society to nonferrous metals mining in the Philippines. The efforts of the. Philippine government to enhance development by encouraging the extraction of the nation s mineral resources by foreign corporations is discussed, as is the op.


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  • Tracking the trends 2016 The top 10 issues mining Deloitte

    Oct 7, 2015 As commodity prices continue to hit historically low levels, mining companies are struggling to recalibrate . It doesn't help that the industry faces a host of unresolved challenges—from tumbling demand and declining grades to mounting stakeholder expectations and a lack of financing . At the same time, 


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  • PHILIPPINE ENVIRONMENT LAWS REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7942

    A sketch plan or map of the contract or mining area prepared by a deputized geodetic engineer suitable for publiion purposes shall be required during the filing of a mineral agreement or financial or technical assistance agreement appliion. Thereafter, the contract or mining area shall be surveyed and monumented by 


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  • The trail of a mining law: 'resource nationalism' in the Philippines*

    impetus for a mining policy and has shaped the evolution of what is now the Philippine Mining Act of. 1995. . conquerors and pioneers who arrived in the Philippines in the 1500s observed alluvial mining, although .. of the Mining Act of 1995 as bringing hopes for economic growth by drawing in the much needed foreign 


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  • Coal mining in the Philippines Wikipedia

    Coal mining in the Philippines has a long history dating back to the 1800s during the Spanish colonization of the islands. The Philippines consumes more coal than it can produce and coal accounts for most of the country's power generation at 27% in 2005. 20% of the country's coal supply is used by the cement industry, 


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  • The New People's Army and Neoliberal Mining in the Philippines: A

    May 29, 2014 Industrial relations disputes in the mining sectors of today's socalled developed countries serve as a case in point: both sides—labor and capital—accept the occurence of mining, capital wishes to extract higher profits from it, labor wishes to draw higher wages. Meanwhile, in struggles over accumulation 


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  • Philippines Moves to Shut Mines Accused of Polluting The New

    Apr 27, 2017 "If the mines go, then the jobs are gone too," said Jayson Reambonanza, 31, who drives a dump truck for one of the area's many nickel mines. The Philippines, which exports more nickel ore than any country in the world, is in the midst of a wide crackdown on mines accused of violating environmental 


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  • The Philippines Just Shut Down Half Of Its Mining Industry OilPrice

    Feb 3, 2017 One of the mostwatched happenings in the global mining sector came to a head yesterday. As the government of major mining center the Philippines unveiled results of a nationwide environmental audit. And as anticipated, the fallout is significant. Philippines mining minister Regina Lopez said at a press 


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  • Gina Lopez New Internationalist

    Jan 22, 2018 The Philippines' maverick environmentalist waging war on the powerful mining industry speaks with Veronique Mistiaen.


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  • The trail of a mining law: 'resource nationalism' in the Philippines*

    impetus for a mining policy and has shaped the evolution of what is now the Philippine Mining Act of. 1995. . conquerors and pioneers who arrived in the Philippines in the 1500s observed alluvial mining, although .. of the Mining Act of 1995 as bringing hopes for economic growth by drawing in the much needed foreign 


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  • republic act no. 7942 Mines and Geosciences Bureau

    CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS. Section 1. Title. This act shall be known as the Philippine. Mining Act of 1995. Section 2. Declaration of Policy. All mineral zone of the Republic of the Philippines are owned by the State. It shall be the .. A sketch plan or map of the contract or mining area prepared by a 


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  • Does This Reversal Show A Crack In The Philippines' War On Mining

    Apr 20, 2017 The past year's massive antimining drive by the Philippines government has wreaked havoc on the local sector. With the latest example being Australian miner Greenstone Resources this week saying it will suspend a gold project in country — even though the operation passed a controversial 


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  • Protesters storm Philippines mining event, demand halt to extraction

    Sep 5, 2017 Around 300 protesters clashed with security on Wednesday at a Manila hotel where an annual mining conference was being held, demanding that mineral extraction be halted due to the environmental destruction caused.


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  • Case Study on the Effects of Mining and Dams on the Environment

    Mining has a long history in the Philippines. Small scale mining has been practiced by Philippine peoples for at least ten centuries, and large scale mining by foreign as well as Filipino firms for about a century. Little is . Ventilation shafts have also drawn water away from surface streams, irrigation canals, and pondfields.


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