How extractive industries manage to carry on harming the planet

 Mining is not just a physical engineering process. It requires social engineering as well.

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Mis en ligne par Judith Verweijen, Lecturer, University of Sheffield, Alexander Dunlap, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Oslo

How extractive industries manage to carry on harming the planet

 Mining is not just a physical engineering process. It requires social engineering as well.

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