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Gold Mining in Jawalla
 
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Land dredge operating in Jawalla, Upper Mazaruni River
Views: 6911 JayTube
Oil Trucker Transporter | Puruni to Papicho | Amazon interior jungle | BEST OF GUyANESE
 
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A look at transporting fuel through the Amazon jungle for Guyana gold field in Essequibo at aroura mines in the SANDS peter mining location. This video was taken in Guyanese diseases country. Fun time in the jungle.
Views: 19355 heat cliff
Gold mining in Marudi
 
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Removal and washing down rocks in pit
Views: 1096 Nevin D'Aguiar
Gold Rush Nova Scotia Episode 1 Part 2
 
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Gold Rush Nova Scotia Episode 1 Part 2 Becoming A Prospector. Learn about prospecting rules Learn what to look for Learn how to stake a claim Learn how to prospect in a river learn the basic prospecting equipment learn how to use the basic prospecting equipment. Visit us at http://nsprospecting.com Visit us at http://goldrush.nsprospecting.com Free Traffic Exchange Increase Your Video Views Fast http://www.enhancewebviews.com http://www.iwill4.com/
Views: 22555 Rob Marryatt
Myanmar's Gold Mines: The Environmental and Human Cost | Radio Free Asia
 
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Drug addiction and environmental destruction spread as the gold industry flourishes in Myanmar's northern Kachin state. Residents nearby and workers are paying a high price for the region's gold rush. For RFA's in-depth investigation, visit http://www.rfa.org/english/news/special/goldmine/home.html Subscribe to our channel: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RFAvideo Radio Free Asia official site: http://rfa.org Follow Radio Free Asia: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadioFreeAsia Twitter: https://twitter.com/RadioFreeAsia YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/RFAVideo About RFA: Radio Free Asia (RFA) is a private, nonprofit, multimedia corporation, bringing award-winning, domestic journalism and uncensored content to people in six Asian countries that restrict free speech, freedom of the press, and access to reliable information beyond their borders. For more information, please visit http://www.rfa.org/about/
Views: 36350 Radio Free Asia
Drilling in the Kurupung Region
 
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Core Drilling in Guyana
Views: 107 M. Shazadh Khan
Gold Mining in Guyana
 
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A view from top of the Gold Mining areas in and around Mahdia or Region 8 of Guyana.
Views: 245 Prabhjot Singh
Mabaruma Sojourn
 
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Short documentary by Annette Arjoon and Dave Martins about Mabaruma and the wider North West area of Region 1, Guyana, South America. Mabrauma is a breathtaking location; surrounded by rivers, creeks and rainforest. However, the true beauty of the region is the people. The population is predominately Amerindian, from three tribes Warrau, Carib and Arwak, whos origins can be traced back over 10,000 years. These are very special people, living an amazing way of life. To experience this is a real privilege. From Mabaruma, you can take a short boat ride to Shell Beach to see the giant leatherback sea turtles (www.gmtcs.org.gy). This has to be experienced to be believed. Mabaruma is easy to reach with daily flights from Georgetown, Guyana, by TransGuyana Airways, SkyWest and a 1-day Mabaruma Saturday Special by Air Services (+592-222-4368).
Views: 28293 NorthwestOrganics1
GUYANA NEWS-Gang raids Cuyuni Camp, carts off with US$13M worth of gold
 
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Gang raids Cuyuni Camp, carts off with US$13M worth of gold A gang has terrorised a mining camp in the Black Water Backdam, Cuyuni Region, leaving one person injured before they stole over US$13M worth of gold and two guns.This incident is the third reported attack on mining camps in the area within the last two months.News Room was reliably informed that the gang comprised of four armed and masked men who spoke Portuguese and Spanish.The attack occurred on May 31, 2018 just after a wash down.News Room was told that a security guard was making his way from the kitchen to the office when the four gunmen emerged from the bushes and held him at gunpoint and relieved him of his weapon.Two of the perpetrators reportedly stood guard with the security officer while the other two made their way towards the office where the other men were stationed.They opened fire on the workers, striking one of them on his middle finger.The gunmen then gathered the crew and instructed them to burn the gold.The gang members also raided the office where they discovered a rifle.After collecting the gold and the two guns along with other valuable items, the gang escaped.Earlier this month, four gunmen raided a mining camp at Baboon Backdam in the Cuyuni River.Last month, a Dominican miner lost his life after three armed men invaded a mining camp at Black Water Backdam, also in Cuyuni.
Views: 275 Breaking News 24/7
guyana gold.MOV
 
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bikes coming to port kaituma after a hard day work
Views: 1480 Ravindra Ramnarine
Dog of the Week Guyana Goldfields Inc. (GUY:TSX)
 
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Our Dog of the week is Guyana Goldfields Inc. (GUY:TSX), engaged in the investment, acquisition, exploration, development and operation of mineral property interests, principally gold resource properties in Guyana, South America. The stock was down 43% on the week after the company revised production guidance for 2018 lower – it has cratered 63% year-to-date in 2018. Is it a Dog or an opportunity?
Views: 130 KeyStone Financial
President David Granger at first gold pour at Aurora Mines
 
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President David Granger pushes for a well managed mining industry at the celebration of the first gold pour at the Guyana Gold Fields' Aurora Mine in Region Seven
GGI AGM POURS OVER 75,000 OUNCES IN 6 MONTHS
 
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Guyana Goldfields Inc. continues to perform at a high standard with the company announcing the pouring of some 75,000 ounces of gold after just 6 months. Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo led a team of government ministers to the operations and expressed satisfaction with the level of work and the operations of the Canadian company. Prime Minister Nagamootoo says that the company’s gold production is commendable and adds to the government’s intention of creating that ‘good life’. Accompanying the PM were Ministers of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman; Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge; Finance, Winston Jordan; Agriculture, Noel Holder; Citizenship, Winston Felix and Minister within the Ministry of Communities Dawn Hastings-Williams. Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge commended the company on their care of the environment. Minister Greenidge expresses that the visit aids in the delivery of certain information to the international community and that he is satisfied with what he sees. From all indications, the company is set to surpass its target and this is commendable according to the Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman.
Organised Crime and Illegal Gold Mining in the Americas
 
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Illegally mined gold represents 77% of gold mined in Ecuador, 80% of gold mined in Colombia and 80-90% in Venezuela. Illegal gold mining employs hundreds of thousands of workers across Latin America, many of whom are extremely vulnerable to labour exploitation and human trafficking, and it provides funding to organised crime groups and terrorism across the region.
Gold Mining in Guyana
 
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Gold mining in Guyana South America..
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Guyanese feeding process for H-8 Hammer Mill (Crusher)
 
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Guyanese style to feed big crushers. Arimu. Guyana
Views: 104 Jhonny Leon
Guyana jungle ride on a  "Chonda" 125
 
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Riding on an abandoned road from the gold mining town of Mahdia in the Guyana Highlands to Shirabama on the Essiquibo River . The bike is a Jialing JH 125 , a Chinese copy of an old Honda XL125 . This was part of a three month long trip trough Guyana , Northern Brazil and the Gran Sabana region of Venezuela in 2014 . After 6600 km's , the bike proved to be tough and as reliable as an axe .
Views: 890 michael bull
MINISTER BROOMES SHUTS DOWN REGION 8 MINING OPERATIONS
 
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The mining death of a teenager two Sundays ago has resulted in the shutdown of a mining operation in Konawaruk. Minister within the ministry of Natural resources Simona Broomes, urges miners to be more safety conscious. Royden James reports.
Tapajos Region Brazilian Amazon Artisanal Gold Mining June 2006
 
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This short video was filmed in June of 2006 around the Gold mining community of Creporizao, Para Brazil. Footage includes a Bahanco operation using sluices to concentrate alluvial gold as well as current attempts to reforest previously mined areas. The film is courtesy the GEF-UNDP-UNIDO Global Mercury Project. http://www.globalmercuryproject.org
Views: 1588 gefiwlearn
Employees fired , investigation launched into Guyana Gold Board scam
 
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A DPI | Department of Public Information Production.
Views: 405 DPI Guyana
Poison in a Lifeline - Part 1.mov
 
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Poison in the Lifeline (27min) 1995 Omai Gold Mine Disaster. POISON IN THE LIFELINE highlights the events and consequences of the Omai Mine disaster in Guyana (1995 ), tracing the history of the disaster and examining the situation of extractive industries in relation to the 40,000 Amerindian people who live permanently in the interior. The current thrust towards large scale extractive industries carries very serious and demonstrated perils. The Canadian owned Omai Gold mine in Guyana with an annual production which exceeds a quarter of a million troy ounces of gold yearly, is one of South America's largest mines. In August 1995 the dam for the reservoir containing waste material broke sending millions of liters of sludge laced with cyanide (used for gold extraction) into Guyana's largest river. It was declared the worse mine disaster for the environment in history. The coordinators of the Guiana Shield Media Project were on the scene and able to document the consequences. The film also features a discussion about other extractive industries in both Guyana and Suriname.Extractive expansionism lies at the very heart of present day conflicts in the region.Extractive industries such as mining and logging, combined with increasing encroachments of market economies, are at the heart of social and cultural change. The human and natural environments of the region are being forced into a position of accommodation. The people of the Guiana Shield confront serious ongoing challenges to their life ways and cultures. The challenges faced by the people living on the front lines of extractive expansionism are by far the most severe and acute. Extractivism is by no means a new phenomenon in the Guiana Shield region. Indeed, the area has been prospected for precious minerals since the sixteenth century. The colonial history of the region is, in reality, a history of extractive expansionism. However, extractive industries have undergone a significant amplification in the past decade. Societies throughout the region are confronting the reality and consequences of these activities on a larger scale than ever before. Timber concession grants, many as large as the Netherlands or New Jersey overlap or directly affect Amerindian and tribal lands. Compensation is minimal and the people from the area where concessions are located often form the labour force for the industries- consequently disturbing and altering the social and economic fabric of the communities.
Views: 4429 Rayo Kril
Peru renews raids on illegal Amazonian gold mines - Daily Mail
 
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The raid on the town of La Pampa, in Peru's southeastern region of Madre de Dios, saw the destruction of hundreds of homes, shops, nightclubs and even brothels. It came as part of a government crackdown on illegal mining, which has drawn hundreds of thousands of workers to the region and destroyed 60,000 hectares of land in the last decade. No one realised how severe the damage was until a U.S.-Peruvian report released in 2013. The government has vowed to eradicate deforestation in Peru by 2021. Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3174243/Police-destroy-entire-TOWN-including-grocery-stores-nightclub-sprung-support-illegal-gold-miners-Peruvian-rainforest.html Original Video: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1201732/Peru-renews-raids-illegal-Amazonian-gold-mines.html Daily Mail Facebook: http://facebook.com/dailymail Daily Mail IG: http://instagram.com/dailymail Daily Mail Snap: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/Daily-Mail/8392137033 Daily Mail Twitter: http://twitter.com/MailOnline Daily Mail Pinterest: http://pinterest.co.uk/dailymail Daily Mail Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DailyMail/posts Get the free Daily Mail mobile app: http://dailymail.co.uk/mobile
Views: 21 Daily Mail
Poison in the Lifeline - Part 2.mov
 
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Poison in the Lifeline (27min) 1995 Omai Gold Mine Disaster. POISON IN THE LIFELINE highlights the events and consequences of the Omai Mine disaster in Guyana (1995 ), tracing the history of the disaster and examining the situation of extractive industries in relation to the 40,000 Amerindian people who live permanently in the interior. The current thrust towards large scale extractive industries carries very serious and demonstrated perils. The Canadian owned Omai Gold mine in Guyana with an annual production which exceeds a quarter of a million troy ounces of gold yearly, is one of South America's largest mines. In August 1995 the dam for the reservoir containing waste material broke sending millions of liters of sludge laced with cyanide (used for gold extraction) into Guyana's largest river. It was declared the worse mine disaster for the environment in history. The coordinators of the Guiana Shield Media Project were on the scene and able to document the consequences. The film also features a discussion about other extractive industries in both Guyana and Suriname.Extractive expansionism lies at the very heart of present day conflicts in the region.Extractive industries such as mining and logging, combined with increasing encroachments of market economies, are at the heart of social and cultural change. The human and natural environments of the region are being forced into a position of accommodation. The people of the Guiana Shield confront serious ongoing challenges to their life ways and cultures. The challenges faced by the people living on the front lines of extractive expansionism are by far the most severe and acute. Extractivism is by no means a new phenomenon in the Guiana Shield region. Indeed, the area has been prospected for precious minerals since the sixteenth century. The colonial history of the region is, in reality, a history of extractive expansionism. However, extractive industries have undergone a significant amplification in the past decade. Societies throughout the region are confronting the reality and consequences of these activities on a larger scale than ever before. Timber concession grants, many as large as the Netherlands or New Jersey overlap or directly affect Amerindian and tribal lands. Compensation is minimal and the people from the area where concessions are located often form the labour force for the industries- consequently disturbing and altering the social and economic fabric of the communities. https://www.facebook.com/GuianaShieldMediaProject
Views: 2175 Rayo Kril
Guyana Mining School opened its two day symposium on greener mining for small and artisanal miners
 
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A DPI | Department of Public Information Production
Views: 42 DPI Guyana
the hills of MAHDIA
 
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GOLD MINING IN GUYANA.. MAHDIA
Views: 592 Jermain Hinds
Poisin in a Lifeline - Part 3
 
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Documentary Poison in the Lifeline (27min) 1995 Omai Gold Mine Disaster. POISON IN THE LIFELINE highlights the events and consequences of the Omai Mine disaster in Guyana (1995 ), tracing the history of the disaster and examining the situation of extractive industries in relation to the 40,000 Amerindian people who live permanently in the interior. The current thrust towards large scale extractive industries carries very serious and demonstrated perils. The Canadian owned Omai Gold mine in Guyana with an annual production which exceeds a quarter of a million troy ounces of gold yearly, is one of South America's largest mines. In August 1995 the dam for the reservoir containing waste material broke sending millions of liters of sludge laced with cyanide (used for gold extraction) into Guyana's largest river. It was declared the worse mine disaster for the environment in history. The coordinators of the Guiana Shield Media Project were on the scene and able to document the consequences. The film also features a discussion about other extractive industries in both Guyana and Suriname.Extractive expansionism lies at the very heart of present day conflicts in the region.Extractive industries such as mining and logging, combined with increasing encroachments of market economies, are at the heart of social and cultural change. The human and natural environments of the region are being forced into a position of accommodation. The people of the Guiana Shield confront serious ongoing challenges to their life ways and cultures. The challenges faced by the people living on the front lines of extractive expansionism are by far the most severe and acute. Extractivism is by no means a new phenomenon in the Guiana Shield region. Indeed, the area has been prospected for precious minerals since the sixteenth century. The colonial history of the region is, in reality, a history of extractive expansionism. However, extractive industries have undergone a significant amplification in the past decade. Societies throughout the region are confronting the reality and consequences of these activities on a larger scale than ever before. Timber concession grants, many as large as the Netherlands or New Jersey overlap or directly affect Amerindian and tribal lands. Compensation is minimal and the people from the area where concessions are located often form the labour force for the industries- consequently disturbing and altering the social and economic fabric of the communities.
Views: 2312 Rayo Kril
AGM Inc./Guyana Goldfields Inc. Holds Recruitment Outreach In Region 6
 
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Winching
Views: 15438 Troy Castang
Carlisle Gold Mining Claim - New Mexico - 2017
 
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The Carlisle Extension Mineral Claim covers some of the more important workings right next to the patented Carlisle property. The extension claim includes a large shaft and foundations, along with multiple mine entrances, cuts, and prospects. This is an extremely historic mine and region that has produced thousands of tons of gold, silver, and copper. This would be a great operation for small miners with the resources to clear the shaft and work underground. This video contains footage of the patented Carlisle Property, which is separate from the Carlisle Extension Mineral Claim.
India's Environment Destroyed By Dangerous 'Rat-Hole' Mining
 
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Broken Landscape: In rural India, the demand for coal has drastically altered the environment and the lives of those who depend on it. Unregulated 'rat-hole' mining serves the economy, but endangers both landscape and livelihood. “This place was pure and clean before. We used the river for drinking and cooking.” One fisherman recalls with painful nostalgia his memories of the river the village used to enjoy. “Now the people do not touch it. They are repulsed by it.” This is the result of the thousands of small-hold mines in the northeast Indian state of Meghalaya. They have run with no restriction – until now. The National Green Tribunal recently shut down mining in the region at the expense of the local economy, leading to coal mine owners and workers staging protests. With coal in such high demand, India has been forced to chose between economy and environment. For similar stories, see: The Children Risking Their Lives In Underwater Gold Mines https://youtu.be/P1L_pxYZVwE Gold Miners in Guyana Are Destroying the Amazon https://youtu.be/wlxCu_zIt0c How China's Pollution Became A National Emergency https://youtu.be/LkdXkaFVFsE Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: https://www.journeyman.tv/film/6873/broken-landscape Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Think Out Loud Productions LLC – Ref. 6873 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Views: 12578 Journeyman Pictures
Gold Mining Ravages Perú - 2nd Release
 
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NOTE: An earlier version of this video was inadvertently released without credits. We apologize for the error. For the first time, researchers have been able to map the true extent of gold mining in the biologically diverse region of Madre De Dios in the Peruvian Amazon. The team, led by Greg Asner, combined field surveys with airborne mapping and high-resolution satellite monitoring to show that the geographic extent of mining has increased 400% from 1999 to 2012 and that the average annual rate of forest loss has tripled since the Great Recession of 2008. Until this study, thousands of small, clandestine mines that have boomed since the economic crisis have gone unmonitored.
Views: 1518 Carnegie Science
BUSH FLYING GUYANA
 
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Departure from Georgetown (Ogle), arrival at Region #1 Aurora, which is one of the largest gold mine in guyana and also in the world!!
Views: 2213 Tarick Ramnarace
Mahdia Gold (CNSX:MGD) President David Bending Interview with INN
 
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Mahdia Gold (CNSX:MGD) President David Bending spoke with the Investing News Network during PDAC in Toronto: http://goldinvestingnews.com/33113/inn-video-david-bending-of-mahdia-gold.html Click on the link to read about the Company on the Gold Investing News Network: http://goldinvestingnews.com/19924/mahdia-gold-corp-omai-update.html Mahdia Gold gets its name from a popular resource rich mining town located in central Guyana. Historically the central Guyanese region was made popular by the Omai gold mine. This mine produced approximately 4.000.000 ounces of gold from two open pits. Having identified the potential of this region, Mahdia Gold Corp. has acquired three compelling gold bearing concessions, namely, Omai, Tiger River and White Creek. http://www.mahdiagold.com/ LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/2546750 YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/mahdiagold
Views: 1177 InvestingNews
Offroad Guyana
 
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truck blocks trail .TM makes its own track
Views: 20447 Kazim Hussain
SMALL MINERS TAKE UMBRAGE AT GGDMA STATEMENT
 
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Recently syndicated small miners have taken umbrage at statements attributed to the Guyana Gold and Diamond miners association about the administration applying ‘divide and rule’ tactics in the mining sector. Here is more.
Alluvial operation using Jigs and Gravity concentrator I350, in Guyana
 
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The mining operation was carried out on an alluvial palaeochannel bank, in the left bank of the Essequibo River, Guyana
Views: 142 Jhonny Leon
Uganda children abandoning school to work in gold mines
 
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Growing numbers of children in Eastern Uganda are abandoning school classes and heading to work in the region's artisanal gold mines. Despite the dangerous working conditions, many children are prepared to take the risk in an attempt to escape poverty
Views: 525 CGTN Africa
Venezuelans Mining Gold Illegally To Survive
 
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Venezuela's economic crisis has forced citizens living in a renowned national park into a drastic step — illegally mining for gold.The country's indigenous Pemon people, native to the region containing Venezuela's famous Angel Falls, have now left ecologically driven lives as tour guides in Canaima National Park to mine for fragments of gold. Gold has now replaced the bolivar as the national currency within the UNESCO-listed area, whose 500 million year old pillars of erosion inspired Disney's "Up", with Venezuelans digging football field sized mines to search for the precious metal, according to the Wall Street Journal. https://www.businessinsider.com/venezuelans-are-illegally-mining-gold-to-survive-as-inflation-skyrockets-2018-11 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
Views: 257 Wochit News
In Peru, Gold Rush Leads to Mercury Contamination Concerns
 
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In remote regions of the Peruvian Amazon, extensive gold-mining operations have stirred major environmental concerns over mercury contamination in fish, fish-eating wildlife and humans. In collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, special correspondent Steve Sapienza reports.
Views: 10828 PBS NewsHour