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Responsible mining in PH The Manila Times

Feb 28, 2020· AS in most countries, mining activities in the Philippines are regarded by most people with attitudes ranging from skepticism to outright hostility. Unfortunately, there is some justification for that; years of poorly-regulated mining in remote areas has scarred both the land and communities. Infamous incidents such as 1996 Marcopper mine disaster in Marinduque,

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What is "responsible mining"? CNN Philippines

Jun 30, 2016· Sarmiento said, "Responsible mining, to me, should be pro-people, pro-environment — meaning the benefits are felt not just by the mining community but by the country in

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Mining in the Philippines is Irresponsible! CBCPNews

The claim that there is such a thing as responsible mining in the Philippines is proven false by facts. Mining encroaches on many laws in the country that protect the environment. Around 2/3 of the ancestral domain lands of indigenous peoples and half of the protected and key biodiversity areas are directly threatened by mining applications and

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Responsible mining Philstar

Jun 29, 2016· Even the Office of the president-elect had released a statement stressing “responsible mining plays a key role in the Philippines” and that “the Duterte administration is

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Can there be responsible mining? CBCPNews

Responsible mining also means that pollutions be contained and the environment be properly rehabilitated. Are these conditions possible in the Philippines now? A categorical NO—for the following reasons:

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We believe in responsible mining, because Inquirer

Sep 20, 2018· Mining can be an inconvenient truth to some. For us in the COMP who believe and practice responsible mining, it is simply a sensible and rational truth. ROCKY DIMACULANGAN, Vice President for Communications and National Coordinator Towards Sustainable Mining Chamber of Mines of the Philippines

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‘Responsible mining’ key to industry’s survival Inquirer

Dec 28, 2017· The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP), the largest mining organization in the country with more than 32 member-companies, had been outspoken about its opposition to Lopez’s appointment.

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Essay on Responsible Mining 3294 Words

Responsible mining in the Philippines should be followed by everyone specially mining companies. Greater understanding for the science that leads to more responsible mining will be needed by practitioners and the communities, where mining is proposed, to guarantee the security of the community, environmental sustainability and the culture of

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Gov't to help miners gain public trust with responsible

Sep 19, 2018· MANILA --The government has vowed to work with mining companies to build public confidence in the mining sector.At the Mining Philippines 2018 International Conference and Exhibition being held at Sofitel in Pasay City, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Undersecretary Analiza Rebuelta-Teh cited the mining industry’s

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Responsible Mining Foundation RMF

Responsible Mining Foundation. Encouraging continuous improvement in responsible extractives. Highlights. Discover more. January 21, 2021. Tailings risks: maintaining momentum. At the second anniversary of the tailings dam burst in Brumadinho, Brazil that killed at least 270 people and destroyed the livelihoods and environments for many others

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Mining in the Philippines is Irresponsible! CBCPNews

The claim that there is such a thing as responsible mining in the Philippines is proven false by facts. Mining encroaches on many laws in the country that protect the environment. Around 2/3 of the ancestral domain lands of indigenous peoples and half of the protected and key biodiversity areas are directly threatened by mining applications and

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Can there be responsible mining? CBCPNews

Responsible mining also means that pollutions be contained and the environment be properly rehabilitated. Are these conditions possible in the Philippines now? A

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Gov't to help miners gain public trust with responsible

Sep 19, 2018· MANILA --The government has vowed to work with mining companies to build public confidence in the mining sector.At the Mining Philippines 2018 International Conference and Exhibition being held at Sofitel in Pasay City, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Undersecretary Analiza Rebuelta-Teh cited the mining industry’s significant contribution to social and

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Plan to use mining to resuscitate Philippine economy draws

Jun 19, 2020· Mining industry in the Philippines. The Philippines has more than 100 active mining operations, of which 63 projects are non-metallic mine operations and 48 are metallic mines. Jaybee Garganera, ATM national coordinator, said “responsible mining is fake news.”

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Essay on Responsible Mining 3294 Words

Responsible mining in the Philippines should be followed by everyone specially mining companies. Greater understanding for the science that leads to more responsible mining will be needed by practitioners and the communities, where mining is proposed, to guarantee the security of the community, environmental sustainability and the culture of

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I support responsible mining if Inquirer Opinion

Aug 23, 2018· At face value, “responsible mining” sounds really good: We benefit from our mineral wealth without harming the environment. In the Philippines, however, what stands out are examples of irresponsible mining—from Marcopper to Mindoro, from Semirara to Surigao—to say nothing of the “small-scale” unregulated mining that’s actually a

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Mining in the Philippines: concerns and conflicts Eldis

Recommendations on mining in the Philippines This report explores the effects of mining in the Philippines. The report argues that mining in the Philippines is being developed at a speed and in a manner likely to cause massive long-term environmental damage and social problems.

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Responsible Responsible Mining @ UPD

Mar 05, 2014· Posts about Responsible written by jaysonvornidoupd. MINING: THE ISSUE NOT MIN(E)D Figure: A miner entering a mining site. 1. According to Ramon Tulfo’s article in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Why is the Philippines poor?—the Philippines ranks 67th among the 142 countries in the world with the happiest citizenry.Norway is No. 1 and the United States ranks 12th.

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Infographics Responsible Mining @ UPD

Mar 21, 2014· Mining in the Philippines: Do We Dig It? March 21, 2014 Infographics Infographics,Miners,MINING,Responsible jaysonvornidoupd Leave a comment Can’t understand mining easily?

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Responsible Mining Foundation RMF

Responsible Mining Foundation. Encouraging continuous improvement in responsible extractives. Highlights. Discover more. January 21, 2021. Tailings risks: maintaining momentum. At the second anniversary of the tailings dam burst in Brumadinho, Brazil that killed at least 270 people and destroyed the livelihoods and environments for many others

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Responsible Mining in the Philippines: A Myth? YouTube

Feb 15, 2017· Wednesday Roundtable @ Lido Mindanao Ave., Quezon City February 15, 2017 TOPIC: Is responsible mining a myth? Guests: 1. Nelia C. Halcon EVP, Chamber of Mines 2. Atty. Deo G. Contreras Mining

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Mining industry adopts sustainability initiatives

Aug 28, 2020· MANILA, Philippines — After nearly three years, the local mining industry is finally adopting the Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) initiative, one of the global benchmarks in the extractive

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Is responsible mining possible? BusinessMirror

Feb 22, 2017· WITH Environment Secretary Regina Paz L. Lopez’s order to close or suspend operating mines and cancel 75 mining contracts, the debate over the issue of mining in the Philippines

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Mining Philippines All about Responsible Mining in the

Mining Philippines 2013. Day 1 Story 1. Drilon: Senate to seek “fair and equitable” mining revenue sharing. The legislature will study what is “fair and equitable” in mining revenue sharing based on development costs and considering the welfare of all Filipinos while tapping the country’s mineral reserves estimated at $840 billion.

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