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Effects of mining: What's mine is not only ores
 
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Mining maybe be beneficial but it has a lot of risks or side effects. The approach of the video may be a little bit comedic, but trust me, I'm darn serious about this one. And it may seem like I'm just playing around but this is no joke.
Views: 427 phetsoisa
TEDxClassroomProject - Connor S - Phillipines: Negative Impact of Mining Run-off - 5/17/10
 
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Project link: http://tedxproject.wordpress.com. Backstory: A '5 min' HS student presentation -- inspired by watching TED Talks over 2 months -- analyzed during the classroom based TEDxClassroomProject. Topic/Prompt: Students were asked to pick any topic that answered the question, "What Matters to You?" Note: Students had no formal 'public presentation' training and the videos were all shot with a stationary camera in the classroom.
Effects of mining on communities in Philippines
 
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Father Jerson speaks about the effects of mining on his community in the Parish of Babag in Mindanao’s Compostela Valley, Philippines. He describes two solutions to the problem of mining which threatens the lives of hundreds of families. One is about better education.
Filipinos split over pros and cons of mining  - 21 Dec
 
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The Philippines is rich in minerals, and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the country's president, wants 2009 to be the year that mining becomes the main industry. But questions are being raised over whether the industry will be regulated well enough to preserve the country's diverse natural environment. Al Jazeera's Marga Ortigas reports from the Unesco reserve of Palawan.
Views: 9410 Al Jazeera English
The Sad Truth About Mining in the Philippines | Heal the Hurt
 
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We are not against Mining as long as they do it right! "Mining Pit is going to be here forever and a day." - Sec. Gina Lopez *Destruction of the Forest *Many have been killed in Mining Protest *Open Pit Mine Blasting *Once a sustainable water source, now a toxic wasteland *Destroying Marine Resources *Death is a matter of time... "You are our hope, you are the hope of the entire Tubay. No one else but you." (C) Heal The Hurt - Department of Environment and Natural Resources [email protected] http://www.denr.gov.ph/ Please don't forget to subscribe: http://bit.ly/BuzzScoopBlog If you want to contribute or collaborate with us, you are most welcome. You may send your email to [email protected] or leave a message on our Facebook Page. We will feature your videos, photos, or promote an event if we found them worth sharing on our YouTube Channel and Websites. About BuzzScoopBlog: Sharing the latest, trending and viral news, Buzz, Scoop, Blog and other relevant information on the internet and the world around us. More about BuzzScoopBlog: Website: http://www.buzzscoopblog.com YouTube: http://bit.ly/BuzzScoopBlog Facebook Page: http://bit.ly/fb-BuzzScoopBlog Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/buzzscoopblog Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/buzzscoopblog Note: Only videos and photos found worth sharing will be featured on our YouTube Channel and Websites. Chance, Luck, Errors in Nature, Fate, Destruction As a Finale by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/reappear/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
Views: 12190 BuzzScoopBlog
Mining in the Philippines 2017
 
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"The world is advancing really fast and along with that advancement is the need for more resources. One of the many resources comes from mining. This video project is made for people to be aware of what mining is, its benefits and consequences. We can let the viewers decide if the benefit outweighs the consequences." - made by Jillian Austria, Jordan Begnotea Jr., Allen Concepcion, Krystle Mae La Torre, Roxanne Lobina, Baberly Ann Mendoza, and Reynalyne Pila for their Community Medicine class, 2nd Semester 2016-2017 (The Community Physician as an Educator). (All borrowed videos and materials used were sourced from open educational resources)
Ted Failon investigates on the effects of Mining in the Philippines
 
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Veteran broadcaster Ted Failon weigh the pros and cons of mining in the Philippines and assess if the revenues generated from it are worth its negative impacts on the environment. This was aired on June 16 in "Failon Ngayon. Mining experts estimate that the Philippines' potential mineral resources are reportedly worth P54.5 trillion, which could possibly pay the country's large foreign debt. But in exchange of this fortune, mining poses calamities and serious health hazards. Ruthless deforestation in the mountains of CARAGA, the Philippines' mining capital, caused severe flooding in several areas that took the lives of many locals. Meanwhile, residents in Claver, Surigao Del Norte, have acquired various lung illnesses, cough, and flu due to the harmful matter and gases emitted by mines in the area. Even their beaches turned red and were rendered unusable as an effect of Laterite. Does the country benefit enough from the environmental impacts of mining? Is it worth destroying our natural resources considering that only 2% of the price of every exported mineral product goes to the government? Visit Failon Ngayon's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/failon.ngayon and follow it on Twitter via @Failon_Ngayon.
Views: 93826 Lopez Link
On Conflict and Ecology: The Effect of Mining in the Philippines, Part 1
 
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Prof. Jose Maria Sison as resource person discusses the negative effects of exploitation by foreign multinational mining firms on the ecology and the community. The forum was organized by UPact and CS Ubuntu at the Perdue Theater in Amsterdam on 23 June 2011
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Mining in the Philippines
 
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The shocking effect of Mining, contaminating the river going out to the Sea.
Views: 210 R Ma
5 Scariest DIVER Footage Caught On Camera
 
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hey guys, here are 5 Scariest DIVER Footage Caught On Camera, i hope you all enjoyed this video. It is a part 2 to come of my most popular videos and i really enjoyed making it, so if you want to see more videos of this nature them let me know, thanks a lot guys :) EDIT: For some reason the title for number 5. never showed up! so here is the link to the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAmn4pxIclc sorry about that, i was certain i put it in :/ Video music video music: Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com/ ) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 outro music by Myuuji outro made by southerncanni 5 SCARIEST DEEP SEA DIVER FOOTAGE CAUGHT ON CAMERA
Views: 4988506 That Creepypasta Guy
TV Patrol: Open pit mining, tuluyan nang ipinagbawal ng DENR chief
 
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Ipinagbabawal na ni Environment Sec. Gina Lopez ang open pit mining sa bansa na sadyang masama raw ang epekto sa kalusugan ng tao at sa kalikasan. Inilabas ni Lopez ang utos ilang araw bago ang kanyang confirmation hearing sa Kongreso. Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Watch the full episodes of TV Patrol on TFC.TV http://bit.ly/TVP-TFCTV and on iWant for Philippine viewers, click: http://bit.ly/TVPatrol-iWant Visit our website at http://news.abs-cbn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
Views: 3946 ABS-CBN News
Environmental Impact Assessment And Mitigation
 
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Determine whether your project can cause environmental disturbance through an environmental site assessment. Prevent negative impacts through mitigation measures. Know more about this on http://www.AustinEnviroSolutions.com
Views: 1585 consultingfirms09
DENR Calabarzon: Quarrying and open-pit mining have 'same effects'
 
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Noemi Paranada, regional director of DENR-EMB in Calabarzon, explains the effects of quarrying and open-pit mining. For more: http://s.rplr.co/YMk9t6Q Follow Rappler on Social Media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rapplerdotcom Twitter - https://twitter.com/rapplerdotcom Instagram - http://instagram.com/rappler YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/rappler/?sub_confirmation=1 SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/rappler Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+Rappler/ Tumblr - http://rappler.tumblr.com/ http://www.rappler.com/
Views: 1002 Rappler
PHILIPPINES: On Gerry Ortega: "Too painfully young for a man to go"
 
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In this interview, Fr. Robert Reyes, an associate of the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), talks about his close friend and associate, Gerry Ortega. Gerry was murdered on January 24 at a market in Puerto Princesa City. Fr. Reyes, talks about Ortega's advocacy, particularly against the negative impact of mining operations in Palawan Peninsula, which he firmly believes to be the motive behind his murder. Ortega was also known for his criticism of the corrupt practices of the local government officials in his area. Prior to Ortega's murder, he had been receiving death threats on his mobile phone. His family also shared with Fr. Reyes a few days before his death how they were increasingly worried for his security. Fr. Reyes, who is now based in Palawan, worked with Ortega together in several environmental groups campaigning against the impact of mining operation and the corrupt practices of local government officials in his locality. Read the AHRC's statement for more details: PHILIPPINES: Murder of Gerry Ortega, an anti-mining activist, cannot be passed off as a robbery http://www.humanrights.asia/news/ahrc-news/AHRC-STM-012-2011
Views: 4733 AHRC humanrightsasia
What's Mining to you
 
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What many people don't know is that almost everything we see around us came from minerals and resources that were processed into materials that are now useful in our everyday life. This informative video shows these resources which came from MINING. Enjoy watching!
Views: 1788 ChamberofMines
Respirable Hazards - Mining
 
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While traumatic fatality incidents in the mining sector have declined, deaths related to occupational disease have not. Learn how underground mining contaminants like silica dust and diesel exhaust attack the body causing serious illness, including silicosis and lung-related cancers, and learn strategies to minimize worker risk. The Ontario Mining Health, Safety and Prevention Review identified occupational disease as one of the top five hazards in underground mining. A mine worker’s environment today can negatively affect their health 10, 20, and even 30 years later. Employers are responsible to ensure all hazards are assessed and controlled depending on their health and safety impact.
Philippines and Overfishing
 
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Views: 25 Kaitlynn Fish
Advocacy Campaign (Mining)
 
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shivas2004's shared video file.
Views: 237 Jin Wee
Breaking the Surface - The Future of Deep Sea Mining in the Pacific
 
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The world’s first ever deep sea mining operation is scheduled to begin offshore from the Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea in early 2018. In this short film we explore how the two Pacific Island nations of Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu are working together with their communities to manage the future opportunities and impacts associated with this emerging industry. W​hile deep sea minerals could provide much needed revenue for several Pacific Island nations, questions remain about the impacts of mining on the marine environment and the many communities that depend on it for their livelihoods.
Views: 2377 Steve Menzies
ENTERING A CAVE! (Palawan Day 2 & 3) January 29-30, 2014 - saytiocoartillero
 
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EL NIDO PALAWAN https://www.facebook.com/NIVEAPhilippines #embracethesun
Views: 6575 saytioco
MINING Dirty Seven
 
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"Do not defile the land where you live and where I dwell" Numbers 35:34 Our beautiful country has very little forest cover left. In the place of once-bountiful green canopies, from Cordillera to Zamboanga, filled with life and watersheds beneath- are vast gaping wounds and desolate places, unsuitable for planting or life sustenance. Mining's legacy of destruction, abuse, displacement and pollution goes on in the name of economic progress. photo credits: ELAC, ATM, Allan Lissner, OXFAM Au,ALDAW,PNNI. Music credit: Patatag
Views: 4784 signaturesecretariat
Possible Wild Rice and Water Pollution Caused by Mining
 
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Jade and Marilyn produced this segment at the Bad River Tribal Youth Media program in August, 2011.
Views: 125 tribalyouthmedia
Ted Failon investigates on the effects of Mining in the Philippines (part 2)
 
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ABS-CBN's veteran broadcaster Ted Failon weigh the pros and cons of mining in the Philippines and assess if the revenues generated from it are worth its negative impacts on the environment. This was aired on June 16 in "Failon Ngayon. Mining experts estimate that the Philippines' potential mineral resources are reportedly worth P54.5 trillion, which could possibly pay the country's large foreign debt. But in exchange of this fortune, mining poses calamities and serious health hazards. Ruthless deforestation in the mountains of CARAGA, the Philippines' mining capital, caused severe flooding in several areas that took the lives of many locals. Meanwhile, residents in Claver, Surigao Del Norte, have acquired various lung illnesses, cough, and flu due to the harmful matter and gases emitted by mines in the area. Even their beaches turned red and were rendered unusable as an effect of Laterite. Does the country benefit enough from the environmental impacts of mining? Is it worth destroying our natural resources considering that only 2% of the price of every exported mineral product goes to the government? Visit Failon Ngayon's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/failon.ngayon and follow it on Twitter via @Failon_Ngayon.
Views: 21355 Lopez Link
Environmental Engineering 31: Surigao Mining Problem
 
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Submitted to: Christian Orozco Group 1 Members: Arceo, Romeo III Ausa, Mariane Flores, Pjay Magbag, Christian Armand Pesigan, John Edward
Views: 374 Romeo Arceo
Bawal ang Pasaway: DENR Sec. Gina Lopez to miners: Get your act together
 
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Aired: July 4, 2016 The incoming DENR Secretary shared her first-hand experience with the slain environmental activist and journalist Gerry Ortega, on the consequences of mining to the people in Palawan. Watch ‘Bawal ang Pasaway’ every Monday on GMA News TV hosted by Winnie Monsod. Subscribe to us! http://www.youtube.com/user/GMAPublicAffairs?sub_confirmation=1 Find your favorite GMA Public Affairs and GMA News TV shows online! http://www.gmanews.tv/publicaffairs http://www.gmanews.tv/newstv
Views: 14365 GMA Public Affairs
MINING IN THE PHILIPPINES - CONCERNS AND CONFLICTS
 
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Mining in the Philippines has an extremely poor reputation. It has left over 800 abandoned mines littered throughout the countryside, caused massive environmental damage and has been linked to serious human rights abuses
Views: 17486 PiplinksTV
The Terrorist Group Beheading Priests in the Philippines (2000)
 
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Will the two aims of the Filipino government - to save the hostages and destroy their kidnappers - prove incompatible? The extremist group, whose name means "Bearer of the Sword", fights an almost 400 year old battle for Muslim power in the largely Catholic Philippines. The holiday divers and hotel workers, kidnapped from the Malaysian resort island of Sipadan and taken to the jungles of Jolo, now serve as pawns in a war that most of the world didn't even know about --until now. Behind the religious façade of Abu Sayyaf lies a demand for $20,000 in cold hard cash. "They will see the Jihad we are talking about!" proclaims their leader, menacingly named Commander Robot. But the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), a stronger extremist group, rejects Abu Sayyaf. Their only goal is Muslim independence for their people, the majority of whom support them. The government has launched a violent offensive to 'scare' locals from supporting them. "I do not think I am fighting Filipinos. I'm protecting the people from terrorists," says Lt. Colonel Gustavo Atencia. More than half a million people have now been forced into conditions of squalor, and many civilians have died. A chilling piece that will leave you wondering if compromise can be achieved in the Philippines. For similar stories, see: Indonesia's Religious War (1999) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEtU7bn59Iw The Bizarre Filipino Community That Lives In A Graveyard https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RA47NcuKKaQ Why Philippine Storm Survivors Should Stay Wary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naQjM4RL2T0 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/film/800 ABC Australia – Ref. 800 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: 707140 Journeyman Pictures
Carlan Tapp on the effects of coal mining near Burnham, NM
 
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Carlan Tapp, environment, Earth Now, coal mining, New Mexico Museum of Art
Bell of Valor of Women and Children - Philippines
 
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Barangay Anislagan is in Placer, Surigao del Norte and is among local communities that are against large-scale mining. Please help the campaign by sharing this video to as many as possible. inquiries may be sent to [email protected] or [email protected] Thank you. - www.lrcksk.org
Views: 3052 lrckskvideos
Compressor Diving & Pa-aling Fishing
 
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Compressor diving Compressor diving is a method of surface-supplied diving used in some tropical sea areas including the Philippines and the Caribbean. The divers swim with an eyes-and-nose diving mask (half mask) and (often home-made) fins and are supplied air by plastic hoses from an industrial low pressure air compressor of the type commonly used to supply jackhammers. There is no reduction valve; the diver holds the hose end in his mouth with no demand valve or mouthpiece. The compressor is on a boat. Pa-aling fishing This method of diving is commonly used in Philippines waters for pa-aling fishing, which is fishing with big nets on coral reef areas where a surface-dragged net would snag on coral; the compressor air hoses are also used to make a curtain of bubbles to corral and herd the fish into the nets, since muro-ami fishing was stopped in the area. At least one pa-aling fishing fleet has been found and arrested in a protected fishery area.
Views: 152439 Lukman Shamsuddin
Deforestation Issues
 
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Published on Apr 21, 2014 Join NAFCON as we work toward environmental justice and sustainability in the Philippines. Visit us at www.nafconusa.org to find out ways to participate including becoming a member of our alliance, attending our events, joining a solidarity missions to the Philippines, donating to our alliance and our relief efforts and signing on to our mailing list for future activities which include: - Helping rebuild communities and assist in rehabilitating the environment affected by climate-change disasters in the Philippines. - Contributing to greater people's access to livelihood and sustainable agriculture in the Philippines. - Protecting communities against further destruction of natural resources of the Philippines.
Views: 247 Edinburgh Recycle
PHILIPPINES:  ILLEGAL CUTTING OF TREES BY MMDA WILL HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT TO THE ENVIRONMENT
 
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ILLEGAL CUTTING OF TREES BY MMDA WILL HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT TO THE ENVIRONMENT The following celebrities support a clean Philippines: ApldeAp, Asin, Bea Alonzo, Gretchen Baretto, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Yeng Constantino, John Lloyd Cruz, Joseph Estrada, Chiz Escudero, Sarah Geronimo, Toni Gonzaga, Charlie Green, Richard The following celebrities support a clean Philippines: ApldeAp, Asin, Bea Alonzo, Gutierrez, Joyce Jimenez, Loren Legarda, Angel Locsin, Agah Muhlac, Martin Nievera, Piolo Pascual, Manny Paccuiao, Father Panlilio, Charice Pempengco, Rhian Ramos, Gary Valenciano, Manny Villar, Wowowee
Green Flag Day vs large-scale mining
 
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On the 19th anniversary of the passage of the Mining Act of 1995 (RA 7942), nationally-coordinated actions across the Philippines were launched to call for the revocation of Pres. Benigno Simeon Aquino III's mining liberalization policies and projects. Executive Order 79 further reinforced the wholesale exploitation of mineral lands and worsened environmental destruction, land-grabbing and human rights violations. Similar protest actions were held in the Cordilleras in Northern Luzon and in Mindanao.
Views: 258 kodao phils
promo pidlisan's gold
 
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DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE CLASH BETWEEN TRANSNATIONAL GOLDMINES AND THE IGOROT TRIBES OF THE CORDILLERASMOUNTAINS, NORTHERN PHILIPPINES. The Filippine project: PIDLISAN's GOLD. Under the influence of neo liberalism and globalization the Cordilleras Mountains in the North Philippines opened to the large-scale mining industry. Eight big mining multinationals now have this entire vast mountainous region in concession to take away the gold and other resources. The Igorot, the indigenous inhabitants of this area, are world famous for their irrigated rice terraces, which secured their existence for centuries. The mining industry threatens the rice terraces. The water disappears or gets contaminated. The film shows two inhabitants of the Igorot village Pidlisan: the village elder Daluyin and Cadlos, the Lampisa ('water keeper'), in their search for the consequences of large-scale mining industry in this vast mountainous country. Length: 40', digital video (mini dv). Country and year of production: The Philippines/ The Netherlands, 2006. Indigenous participants of the Igorot mountain tribes are trained in the use of camera, sound, editing and direction, The film represents the indigenous perspective on their changing reality The film was financed by UNESCO and NCDO, (National Committee for International Cooperation and Sustainable Development , The Netherlands) within the framework of Unesco's ICT4ID programme for stimulating endogenous film production. WWW.UNESCO.ORG WWW.WIEKLENSSENFILM.NL Video 40'
Views: 889 wieklenssenfilm
IT'S GREENWASHING AND DECEPTION: EO WON'T CURE ILLS OF MINING ACT OF 1995!
 
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"The mining executive order released by the Palace will not cure the chronic ills of Republic Act 7942 or the controversial Mining Act of 1995", said Frances Quimpo, Secretary General of the Kalikasan Partylist. "At best, the mining EO is a band-aid attempt to solve to the already festering, rotting and gaping wounds caused by the liberalization of the Philippine mining industry. At worst, it engages in greenwashing to justify more profit-taking by foreign and large-scale miners," Quimpo added. Members of Kalikasan Partylist this morning joined other groups in a protest action in Mendiola held to denounce the Palace's announcement of the mining EO. "We are not the very least impressed with the environmental provisions outlined in the order. It attempts to put in place environmental standards, but it leaves the task to the DENR, whose track record in handling the mining disasters of the past—such as the Marinduque and Rapu-Rapu mine spills—has not proven its capacity and credibility to safeguard people's interests to strictly monitor mining operations. The DENR even lacks resources to strictly monitor mining operations, to the point of depending on mining proponents to do its job", said Quimpo. "In exchange for a few concessions and government shares, the EO will allow corporations more unhampered access to the country's vast mineral wealth," Quimpo said. "It will allow the wholesale export of finite supplies of minerals that could have otherwise been used for building national industries. It will subvert local decisions of communities and LGUs to not allow mining in their municipalities." Quimpo added. "While paying lip-service to 'value-adding activities' and 'develop downstream industries', the EO base its development plan on the PDP which is premised on developing the mining industry through more incentives for big and transnational businesses, big infrastructure projects such as large-scale mining, and public-private partnerships across various economic sectors," Quimpo pointed out. "The EO does not change the current export-oriented and import-dependent of the mining industry which has resulted in the massive environmental destruction, human rights violations, and community displacement,", Quimpo stressed. "It seems that large mining firms are now scrambling to exploit more areas in the wake of the EO. In fact, foreign-owned Sagittarius Mines Inc. (SMI) is already asking Malacanang to overturn the DENR's rejection of its permit, which would exploit the largest copper-gold reserve in Southeast Asia spanning 10,000 hectares in the four agricultural and fisheries provinces of South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Davao del Sur and Sarangani," Quimpo added. Environmental groups such as Kalikasan Partylist have pushed for bills in Congress, such as HB 4315 (People's Mining Bill) which expand the list of areas where mining should not be allowed, including environmentally-critical areas, areas vulnerable to acid mine drainage, geohazard and climate disaster-prone areas. These were not included in the current EO. Kalikasan Partylist vowed to pursue other avenues such as challenging the EO and the Mining Act of 1995 at the Supreme Court and expressed its support for the move of Catholic bishops calling for a moratorium on the implementation of the new mining executive order (EO) released by Malacanang.
Views: 596 kodao phils
Fr  Edwin Gariguez Part1
 
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Father Edwin Gariguez (Philippines) is the Executive Secretary of the National Secretariat for Social Action -- Justice and Peace (NASSA). Fr Edwin has been a leading figure in opposition to the Mindoro Nickel Project, and participated in an 11-day hunger strike in 2010 to protest the government's environmental clearance for the project. Recently he participated in a panel discussion of the World Bank's review of its policy standards on Indigenous peoples. He has worked with MiningWatch Canada in documenting specific mining issues in the Philippines.
Views: 312 MiningInjustice
Government debate on the super profits mining tax and the other big super tax by Mike Rafferty
 
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Senior Research Analyst from the University of Sydney Business School, Workplace Research Centre, talks about the budget, the government debate on the super profits mining tax and the other big super tax. He explains the foregone revenue of $25 million per year from tax concessions gained by voluntary super contributions and highlights the need for debate over the superannuation concession for governments to ensure fiscal responsibility. Website: http://sydney.edu.au/business Facebook: http://facebook.com/University.of.Sydney.Business.School Twitter: http://twitter.com/sydney_business LinkedIn: http://sydney.edu.au/business/linkedin blog: http://the-big-opportunity.blogspot.com/ http://mktg-matters.blogspot.com
Views: 143 SydneyUniBusiness
Business Nightly: Duterte, DENR chief vow to act against 'destructive' miners
 
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Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu echoes President Rodrigo Duterte's stern warning against miners who engage in "destructive" practices. Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Visit our website at http://www.abs-cbnnews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
Views: 1838 ABS-CBN News
Salento Mines
 
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(See Settings 1080p HD) (with subtitles support) Wilson, Felipe and Nestor are part of a group of people who have organized to confront the establishment of the multinational mining company AngloGold Ashanti in his rural area of residence of Salento - Quindio, located in a representative coffee forest region of central Colombia . The members of this panel, use their knowledge in forestry, photography, advertising, graphic design and social media to develop a campaign to highlight the territory, food, life and water as fundamental elements of society, using the means at their disposal, warning the environmental and social consequences of large-scale mining mega. Music Victoria Sur.
Views: 777 Diego Lozada
Caramoan Adventurer
 
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With the world's increasing reliance on technology and diminishing resources it is vital that every individual understands their impact on the environment. Governments and businesses are regulated to an extent and encouraged in many ways to reduce their negative effect on the environment. Carbon emissions and the conservation of energy, management of waste and the conservation of natural resources and species are all key aspects of environmental preservation. The average individual has a responsibility to understand how they impact on the environment. This awareness and education will lead to positive steps to reduce negative behaviours. It is simple to conserve energy through switching off appliances, sufficiently insulating homes and avoiding excessive use of personal transport, while it takes a little more understanding to avoid purchasing unsustainable foods that are at risk of becoming exhausted, or supporting unscrupulous companies that employ techniques that adversely affect the environment. Each person must realise that when the actions of one are multiplied a big difference can be made. In business, companies are encouraged to be environmentally and socially responsible with a system of credits and penalties imposed by the country's governments to varying degrees around the world. Businesses are required to pay the government an amount relating to their volume of carbon emissions -- the payments are used to offset the negative effect of these emissions, while also encouraging investment and commitment to reducing energy use. A company's environmental awareness and controls can now be used as a positive selling point, demonstrating commitment and social responsibility.
Views: 740 avena1969
Philippines a global hotspot for environmental murders
 
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE: http://www.digitaljournal.com/news/world/philippines-a-global-hotspot-for-environmental-murders/article/509273 TRANSCRIPT: Environmental activists are being killed in record numbers around the world, with the corruption-plagued Philippines one of the most dangerous countries, according to watchdog Global Witness. "Voracious industries such as mining, agribusiness and logging are trampling over people's rights to take part in decisions that affect their land and environment," Billy Kyte, Global Witness environmental and land defenders campaign leader, told AFP. "Forced into activism, many of these marginalised communities then receive threats and attacks for defending their rights. The government does little to stop the ensuing violence and rarely holds anyone to account for the killings." Father-of-five Ruben Arzaga was one of the most recent land defenders murdered in the Philippines when he was shot in the head in September as he tried to approach illegal loggers on Palawan island, a popular tourist destination. Nieves Rosento, the mayor of El Nido and a friend of Arzaga's who is struggling with few resources to stop environmental destruction in the area, said the work of PNNI was essential.
Views: 30 RoboNews
Another Reporting to MGB Manila Regarding BHT illegal mining  still operating  Sept. 26,2013
 
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Walang hiyang mga monster kayo sugo kayo ng impyerno!!!!
Views: 141 Rhea Asis Gallardo
Solution of Oil Crisis in the Philippines
 
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Natural gas is flowing 24/7 for a decade and still flowing at present, and most of the Filipino people are crying in the streets because of oil crisis, millions of OFW are being deployed around the world to earn money and thousands among us are victims of Maltreatment, Rape, Prostitution and other illegal consequences in the area of destination. Q: What do you feel that we have these natural blessing in our country but neglected by the government to sort out into useful means of the Filipino people? A: Very painful, especially if we see our countrymen crying in the streets because of poverty. Q: If the government is enlighten with this video and willing to extract this natural gas. Whom of the Billionaire/Trillionaire businessmen in the country would you like to invest to this huge project and why? A: Mr. Manuel "Manny" Pangilinan because on my observation he is the billionaire that reach out and helps poor Filipino people. Q: Do you know if there are some other natural blessings in the region? A: Yes there is, and I believe that the government knows about it. Q: What natural resources is that? A: Oil Q: Where is that place? A: The Oil? Or the natural gas? Q:Both A: The oil is part of Lambayong, Sultan Kudarat and the natural gas is in South Cotabato. Q: What made you decide to divulge these resources into public? A: I can't bear anymore the Oil Crisis and the distress of thousands OFW coming home and I believe that PNOY government is sincere for his advocacy to eliminate corruption, and to achieve "Tuwid na Daan".
Views: 27539 ToRo Tomas
Deforestation
 
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Hanuman and I made this documentary about deforestation for a civic leadership class.
Views: 988 Casey Wojcik
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