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Greenpeace Supports Call For Drawing ‘Pacific Blue Line’ Against Deep Sea Mining

Greenpeace Supports Call For Drawing ‘Pacific Blue Line’ Against Deep Sea Mining
Greenpeace is standing in support of a Pacific-led push to draw a Blue Line against the emerging Deep Sea Mining industry, the organisation said today. A collection of Pacific civil society groups, including the Pacific Conferences of Churches (PCC), ...

Scoop i Politics Greenpeace Supports Call For Drawing ‘Pacific Blue Line’ Against Deep Sea Mining Greenpeace is standing in support of a Pacific-led push to draw a Blue Line against the emerging Deep Sea Mining industry, the organisation said today.A collection of Pacific civil society groups, including the Pacific Conferences of Churches (PCC), Pacific Islands Association of NGOs (PIANGO), Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN), and the Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG) released an open letter on Thursday, calling for Deep Sea Mining to be banned across the globe.Be on the right side of history and join our Pacific call for a global ban on Deep Sea Mining."Greenpeace supports the incredible members of the Pacific community standing up to this dangerous new industry, and the call to ban Deep Sea Mining now.

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