Imagine a deep-ocean mine, right next to a very rich eco system, run by a failing company with no experience on this large a scale, one that just might be tempted to take chances that would destroy that eco system and do further harm to our already already-fragile, dying oceans. Who in their right mind would allow it?
The Canadian mining company I just described has actually been given a licence to do deep-ocean mining off the coast of Papua New Guinea, near a treasured eco-system.
It is possible to stop it, though. The financially troubled company is seeking investors. If enough pressure is put on these investors, the project will not go through.
Go to Papua New Guinea: Stop the deep sea mine to read more and sign a petition that will be sent to potential investors.