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Major companies support call for temporary ban on deep-sea mining

Deep seabed mining is facing another hurdle with names such as BMW, Google, Volvo and Samsung SDI signed up for a global call from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to put this activity on hold until the environmental, social and economic risks are comprehensively understood. The companies have joined the increasing chorus of concern about the …

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Deep seabed mining is facing another hurdle with names such as BMW, Google, Volvo and Samsung SDI signed up for a global call from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to put this activity on hold until the environmental, social and economic risks are comprehensively understood. The companies have joined the increasing chorus of concern about the …

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