Fiji landowners say the Mineral Resource Department is ignoring the wishes of the people and failing to apply their own Code of Conduct in refusing to stop the exploration activities of the Namosi Joint Venture…
Filed under Environmental impact, Fiji, Human rights
Tagged as Environmental damage, Human rights, Landholders, Namosi, Newcrest Mining
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