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- How to go about mining in Nova Scotia?
- Mining Association of Nova Scotia (MANS): Bullying, Propaganda, and a complete disregard for threatened natural habitats.
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Category Archives: critical minerals
How to go about mining in Nova Scotia?
Nova Scotia must urgently develop a mining policy honouring widely accepted critical minerals and the Canadian Minerals and Metals plan. Without such a policy, the Province will continue to be up for grabs by profit-seeking mining companies only. Continue reading
Posted in climate change, critical minerals, mining, Nova Scotia, Uncategorized 3 Comments
Mining Association of Nova Scotia (MANS): Bullying, Propaganda, and a complete disregard for threatened natural habitats.
The Mining Association of Nova Scotia lacks the necessary depth to help navigate the public debate about critical minerals in a time of climate change and biodiversity collapse Continue reading
Posted in critical minerals, General geoscience, mining, Nova Scotia 4 Comments