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This report examines the economic impacts that may be realized bymunities, residents and governments as a result of the development and operation of the Casino Mining Corporations CMC

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Continuity and Decline in the Anthracite Towns of

mostmunities. Residents of the an thracite valleys have long hoped themselves into a world somewhat more productive than north eastern Pennsylvania would prove to be, but the nature of that overestimation has changed in a sig nificant way during the history of these towns: in theeenth century the tension between peo

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MINING CENTRE FOR CIVIC GOVERNANCE

Communities, Residents and Local Governments Pender Island residents became alarmed in December 2012 when two men appeared on private property with flagging tape and hammers. The duo, searching for fortunes, staked mining claims over most of North Pender and a generous portion of South Pender. In the midst of this flurry of claim staking, North and South Pender residents

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Senator Robert Byrd: An Appreciation HuffPost

Such arrogance suggests a blatant disregard for the impact of mining practices onmunities, residents and particularly our children. These are children's lives we are talking about. These are children's lives we are talking about.

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RESIDENTS EVALUATIVE STRUCTURES OF NORTHERN

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Continuity and Decline in the Anthracite Towns of

mostmunities. Residents of the an thracite valleys have long hoped themselves into a world somewhat more productive than north eastern Pennsylvania would prove to be, but the nature of that overestimation has changed in a sig nificant way during the history of these towns: in theeenth century the tension between peo

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Coal Mining Health Risks Kentucky Environmental

Deep Coalmunity Health Risks The healthes associated with living in a deep coalmunity are various. Everything from increased rates of lung cancer, respiratory disease, and low birth weight can be linkedmunities that are located near mining facilities.

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Exploring the broader health and well beinges

Exploring the broader health and well beinges ofmunities in low and middlee countries: A systematic review

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Putting Corporate Social Responsibility to Work in Mining

Aside from the mining industry and oppositional groups, other stakeholders of importance in the regionmunity residents, non profit advocacy groups, federal and state regulatory agencies, publicanizations, and local governments.

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Community health impacts of surface mining in the

The emergence of the gold mining industry and the influx of artisanal and small scale mining following recent discoveries of gold deposits in Northern Ghana have posed new socio cultural, economic, environment and health challenges for residents in this dry savannah zone that is already facing negative consequences of environmental change.

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Ruralmunities Join Fight to Protect Western

Ruralmunities Join Fight to Protect Western Way of Life closing off 1.9 million acres of public land to the productive uses that have traditionally supportedmunities, residents were promised the resulting tourism boom would more than make up for the loss of ranching, mining, logging, and other economic activities.

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Community Impacts of Mountaintop Removal

Residents find little recourse due to weak regulations and government officials unwilling to stand up topanies. Communities near mountaintop removal sites are losing population as people move away in order to protect the health and safety of their families. View satellite imagery of mining encroachment and learn about the top 50

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Submission to Specialr on Human Rights and

Residents of miningmunities in Goa told Human Rights Watch they were afraid that dust emissions from passing ore trucks could be the reason for respiratory diseases they experienced inmunities however, sufficient data did not exist to measure the extent of the health risks involved.

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Honduran villagers take legal action to stop mining firm

A view of the San Andres open pit gold mine nearmunity of Azacualpa, as seen from Cemetery Mountain where the cemetery is located. Mining has been deeply integrated into the local economy for decades.

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CFGH RESIDENTS PETITION AGAINST OPEN CAST MINING

The Communities of Florida and Roodepoort hereby join hands in opposing an application by West Witspany to start an open gold mine alongside residential areas Florida Park, Hamberg,inia, Creswell Park, Roodepoort CBD, Matholesville and Witpoortjie. It is obvious that thepany is financially driven, but the residents

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Coal: Dangerous Power Energy Justice Network

Beyond posing threats to workers safety, pollution from coal mining is linked to chronic illness among residents in coalmunities. Data collected in a 2008 study by the WVU Institute for Health Policy Research shows that people living in coalmunities:

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IJERPH MDPI Publisher of Open Access Journals

Non mining residents may work as food or water vendors, mechanics, or other service providers, but ASGM activity is prolific throughoutmunity. Interviews and sample collection took place at participants homes or workplaces in Kejetia.

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Dirty Gold Red Ice The Future is the Past

For now, Tambogrande residents need not fear the human rights abuses and environmental devastation that so oftenpany gold mining, but manymunities are not so fortunate. Read on to learn about the concerns surrounding gold mining and what you can do to help solve these problems.

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Marcventures allots some of SDMP funds to 33 'non mining

For 2018, MMDC has allocated P3.3 million for nonmunities. Residents of these villages benefit from financial assistance ranging from farm productivity support, construction ofmunity facilities such as streetlights and water system, enterprise development assistance, skills training, health assistance, and even

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Mountaintop Removal Driving Tour

Appalachian communities that grew up around underground mining have been depopulated not because the local residents are ignorant or lazy, but becausepanies have mechanized. In 1950, over 120,000 miners were employed in

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They have good devices: trust, mining, and the

Residents ofmunities suddenly confronted with mining must make sense of the social, political, economic, and biophysical transformations that mining portends. Our survey data broadly support the hypotheses outlined above. We find strong support for the idea that institutional trust is positively correlated with mining support while

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Mining in Malawi brings forced evictions and ruined

The report said that officials at the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining acknowledged that health centres are urgently needed inmunities, but admitted that the government had not yet managed to promote enforcementpany commitments to build them.

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Ruralmunities Join Fight to Protect Western

Ruralmunities Join Fight to Protect Western Way of Life closing off 1.9 million acres of public land to the productive uses that have traditionally supportedmunities, residents were promised the resulting tourism boom would more than make up for the loss of ranching, mining, logging, and other economic activities. The

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Mitigating the Effects of Gravel Mining upon Rural

Local residents andmunities feel the affects of industrial traffic and noise, which cause true public nuisances. Environmental degradationpanies mining operations and remains after they cease, with air pollution, scars on the landscape, and threatened surface waters and groundwater.

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1984 Falconbridge tragedy still echoes for Sudbury

June 20, 1984, is a day that still resonates in the minds of many Sudbury residents and throughout themunity. About 200 workers were on shift at Falconbridge Mine that morning. Four of them never got out.

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Longwall Mining

We are a group of central Illinois residents who have been fighting the Deer Run Coal Mine in Hillsboro, IL since 2004. We are opposed to coal mining practices such as longwall mining that destroy our fertile farmland, as well as coal ash and coal slurry disposal methods that threaten the health ofmunities, lands and waters.

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Science News Chronic Illness Linked To Coal

health inmunities, according to data analyzed in a West Xinhaiia University research study. Residents of coalmunities haveplained of impaired health, Michael

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Exploring the broader health and well beinges

ABSTRACTHealth and well beingesmunities living in proximity to mining activity may be influenced by a broad spectrum of factors including population growth, economic instability or land degradation. This review aims to synthesise broaderes associated with mining activity and in doing so, further explore possible determinantsmunities

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Wisconsin frac sand sites double MinnPost

Permit applicationse in faster than residents or officials can process them or the implications formunities. Residents are divided The frac sand boom has divided residents into those who believe mining will create sorely needed jobs in rural Wisconsin and those who fear the impacts these mines may have on human health

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This Is What Happens When Bitcoin Miners Take Over

The cryptocurrency was getting hammered by a string of scams, thefts and regulatory bans, along with a lot of infighting among themunity over things like optimal block size. Through 2015, bitcoin prices hovered in the low hundreds.

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Pollution from coal mining may have a negative impact on public health inmunities. Residents of coalmunities haveplained of impaired health, This study substantiates their claims. Those residents are at an increased risk of developing chronic heart, lung and kidney diseases.

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Liberia: Bomi County Citizens Decry Denial of Extractive

A cross section of Civil Society Actors, citizens and interest groups of Bomi County has decried what they described as denial of benefits from extractions of minerals in the county. The citizens of Bomi raised the alarm over their concerns when a 12 month simplification version of the Mineral

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MHI Marcventures allots P3.3 million for 33 'non mining

These nonmunities consisting of 33 barangays in the Surigao del Sur towns of Cantilan, Carrascal and Madrid are allocated P100,000 per year frompany's Social Development and Management Program SDMP.

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Strip mining battle resurfaces in state Special Reports

Strip mining battle resurfaces in state giant shovels and bulldozers will eventually lop off the mountaintops of an area as big as 4,500 football fields.Residents of themunities along W.Va.plained Arch Coal's existing mine already makes their lives miserable. Why, they asked regulators at the hearing, shouldpany get a

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Tanzania: Too Few Latrines to Prevent Cholera Outbreak

Mining communities in Chunya district live in squattersplicated their hygiene. In particular waste disposal is a major challenge to majority of households in this area. In case an epidemic erupts, it would be a major disaster.

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Behind community protests in the platinum belt News

Behind community protests in the platinum belt Who is responsible for the backlash? munity protests in the platinum belt Sarah Evans 05 thus be concluded that the historical geographies of the three case studies presented here have helped shape the way residents ofmunities engagepanies and

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Coal mining begins seeing revival as Trump gives

Mar 01, 2017· Wise County, Xinhaiia A long awaited revival is under way in this beleaguered Centralmunity where residents see coal as the once and future king. Trucks are running again. Miners working seven days a week cannot keep up with current demand. Coal mines, long dormant after the industrys collapse, are now

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To Dance with the Devil: The Social Impact of

Residents then signed an agreement stating that they woulde back tomunities, would not speak out against the mining activity, and would withdraw anyplaints they had made about the mining.

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The Fraser Institute

Does mining cause social conflict? Back to QA List. 19 Armah, F., et al., Assessment of Legal Framework for Corporate Environmental Behaviour and Perceptions of Residents inmunities in Ghana. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 2011. 542: p. 193 209.

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They have good devices: trust, mining, and the

Residents ofmunities suddenly confronted with mining must make sense of the social, political, economic, and biophysical transformations that mining portends. Our survey data broadly support the hypotheses outlined above.

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Rapu Rapu Residents Face New Threats As Destructive Mining

RAPU RAPU ISLAND, Albay The two cyanide laden tailings spills of the mining operations here in 2005 destroyed the source of staple food and livelihood of residents. Three years of protests and dialogues initiated by themunities and environmental groups forced Lafayette Mining Ltd

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Malawi: Mining Puts Residents at Risk Human Rights

Malawis government has failed to protect the rights and livelihoods of people living in nascentmunities. Families living near coal and uranium mining operations face serious problems with. Malawi: Mining Puts Residents at Risk. Urgent Need to Protect Rights of Lakemunities. Share.

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The Politics of Occupation: Pacific Rim Mining Clashes

Residents ofmunity of San Sebastián, in the eastern province of La Unión, suedmerce Grouppany in 2007 for the pollution of numerous local rivers with iron, copper and aluminum, products of acid drainage allegedly caused by the exploitation of a nearby mine between 1950 and 1981.

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coal mining pollution animation Grinding Mill China

Pollution from coal mining may have a negative impact on public health inmunities. Residents of coalmunities haveplained of Residents of coalmunities haveplained of

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Activemunities Retirement Living

Activemunities include single family homes, town homes, cluster homes, manufactured housing and multifamily housing. There are two types: age restricted and age targeted. Agemunities are specifically aimed at

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Study: Coal Mining Pollution May Affect Public Health

Residents of coalmunities haveplained of impaired health, said Michael Hendryx, Ph.D., associate director of the WVU Institute for Health Policy Research. This study substantiates their claims. Those residents are at an increased risk of developing chronic heart, lung and kidney diseases.

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Dirty Gold Red Ice The Future is the Past

For now, Tambogrande residents need not fear the human rights abuses and environmental devastation that so oftenpany gold mining, but manymunities are not so fortunate. Read on to learn about the concerns surrounding gold mining and what you can do to help solve these problems.

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CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES

CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES 198 Sustainable Development atmunity Level 200 Gains and Losses at the Local Level mining. munities households or families who live within the geographical area affected by mining. They may live in close proximity or many miles

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Chronic Illness Linked To Coal mining Pollution, Study

Pollution from coal mining may have a negative impact on public health inmunities. Residents of coalmunities haveplained of impaired health, and researchers say This study substantiates their claims. Those residents are at an increased risk of developing chronic

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Residents hanging on as gold mining blasts underneath

Amunity in Western Australia is fighting a losing battle to save itself from being literally undermined in a decades long struggle against one of the nation's largest goldpanies.

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Thompson, Manitoba

The modern history of Thompson began in 1956 when on February 4, a major ore body was discovered by use of an airborneometer following ten years of mining exploration in the region.munity was founded in 1957 following an agreement with the Government of Manitoba and Inco Limited .

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NANA :: Kotzebue confers about mining

Communities, residents and businesses from the Arctic gathered in Kotzebue April 13 15 at the National Park Service Heritage Center to discuss mining.

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