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DOSI Nov 26
In case you missed Jeff's () presentation on governance yesterday, it is now up on DOSI's YouTube channel. Watch it here:
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Rosie Chambers Nov 25
Tuning in to webinar on . Professor Craig Smith says "There is no way that you can mine manganese nodules without causing huge damage. will completely destroy communities in the area directly mined and over a substantially larger area."
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DOSI Nov 19
Looking forward to co-hosting. Register now for this webinar which will offer broad input from quality speakers who are leaders in their fields.
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DSM Observer Nov 23
Embedded in the ISA founding documents is a mechanism that would trigger a 2-year countdown for - What happens when we pull the trigger?
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DOSI Nov 24
Don't forget to sign up for tomorrow's webinar with Dr Jeff Ardron who outlines the findings of his PhD, including research which suggests there is considerable room for the ISA and contractors to improve their practices. Details below⬇️
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philmccabe Nov 24
Across the Pacific, communities, fishers, NGOs and traditional custodians are challenging . Find out why communities are taking a stand to at the Pacific Islands Conference today at 2:30pm NZ time. Register at
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DSCC Nov 24
We're kicking off 'Deep Connections: Pacific Communities and Deep-Sea Mining'- part of 's 10th Pacific Island Conference with , taking us through the potential impacts of . Register here
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Joey Tau Nov 24
If you consult widely in the in regards to , our people will clearly say we are not ready for it -
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Sian Owen Nov 24
"We strongly urge all governments to support a global ban on ." speaking at the .
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Sian Owen Nov 24
from Vanuatu speaking on the need for a thorough national consultation process before embarking on anything as risky as .
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Joey Tau Nov 24
Firm statements from the against at the 10th .
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eellogic Nov 25
Either you love , or you love . But not both.
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Seas At Risk Nov 25
Replying to @VerbeekSAR
“If we want a sustainable that focuses on new maritime activities like marine & , we need to accept that other activities, - like , oil & gas extraction, harmful fisheries - will need to go to make space”.
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Joey Tau Nov 24
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DSM Observer Nov 24
For the last few decades, the US has been relatively absent from the industry. Is that about to change? The United States moves towards exploration and exploitation of critical mineral resources in the deep ocean.
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PANG Nov 24
The Ocean is the living blue heart of our planet. It is our common heritage, but also our common responsibility. We are its guardians. presenting a statement against .
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PANG Nov 24
is the latest in a long list of destructive industries to be thrust into our sacred ocean. It is a new, perilous frontier extractive industry being falsely promoted as a proven answer to our economic needs.
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Rosie Chambers Nov 24
Today as much as ever, Pacific households, communities and countries rely upon a healthy, functioning . If were to go ahead, it would add additional stress to ecosystems already under significant pressure (1 of 2) 📸 Adli Wahid
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DSM Observer Nov 26
. looks at how the industry could positively benefit society in unexpected ways. The human impacts of mining the deep seafloor
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Sian Owen Nov 24
"No to seabed mining in our waters, in the area, anywhere in our ." Pelenatita Kara from the Civil Society Forum of Tonga reports that communities across the country say no to .
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