unesco and mining industry

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites are places of importance to cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, established in 1972.. There are 32 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the United Kingdom and the British Overseas Territories. The UNESCO list contains one designated site in both England

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west coast quarry proposed forunescoworld heritage site

west coast quarry proposed forunescoworld heritage site

Mar 17, 2021 · It also promised the quarry would bring jobs to the West Coast and competition to the industry. Supplied/Stuff A proposed quarry in South Westland is part of a Unesco World Heritage area

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ore mountains-wikipedia

ore mountains-wikipedia

The Ore Mountains are geologically considered to be one of the most heavily researched mountain ranges in the world. The main geologic feature in the Ore Mountains is the Late Paleozoic Eibenstock granite pluton, which is exposed for 25 miles along its northwest–southeast axis and up to 15 miles in width.This pluton is surrounded by progressive zones of contact metamorphism in which

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climate change-unescoworld heritage centre

climate change-unescoworld heritage centre

UNESCO builds capacities of States Parties and other stakeholders to manage climate change impacts on World Heritage effectively and sustainably. The main aim of these efforts is to increase the capacity of these properties to continue to convey their Outstanding Universal …

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miningmagnets: arctic island finds green power can be a curse

miningmagnets: arctic island finds green power can be a curse

Mar 01, 2021 · In the tenth century, Erik the Red, a Viking from Iceland, was so impressed with the vegetation on another Arctic island he had found he called it "the green land." Today, it's Greenland's rocks that are attracting outsiders - superpowers riding a green revolution. The world's biggest island has huge resources of metals known as 'rare earths,' used to create compact, super-strong magnets which

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cultural attractions of australia- tourismaustralia

cultural attractions of australia- tourismaustralia

Architecturally impressive, the Australian Parliament House in Canberra was designed to encourage public access and involvement, while responding to the Australian climate, landscape, vegetation, and even the quality of the light.. The forecourt reflects Australia’s ancient beginnings, with a 196-square-metre (2110-square-foot) mosaic, designed by Aboriginal artist Michael Nelson Jagamara

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world heritage centre - world heritage and extractive

world heritage centre - world heritage and extractive

A World Heritage and Mining technical workshop, organized by IUCN, ICME and the World Heritage Centre, took place at IUCN Headquarters, Gland, Switzerland, from 20-23 September 2000. The workshop included representatives from the mining and conservation …

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ombilin coal mining heritage of sawahlunto - unesco world

ombilin coal mining heritage of sawahlunto - unesco world

Ombilin Coal Mining Heritage of Sawahlunto is an outstanding example of a pioneering technological ensemble planned and built by European engineers in their colonies designed to extract strategic coal resources

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cornwall and west devon mining landscape - unesco world

cornwall and west devon mining landscape - unesco world

Criterion (iv): The mining landscape of Cornwall and west Devon, and particularly its characteristic engine houses and beam engines as a technological ensemble in a landscape, reflect the substantial contribution the area made to the Industrial Revolution and formative changes in mining …

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unesco considers improving the quality of human capital as

unesco considers improving the quality of human capital as

Nov 24, 2020 · In order to provide mankind with all this, but at the same time to take into account the interests of future generations, we must maintain a high level of professionalism in the mining industry. The International Competence Center for Mining Engineering Education under the auspices of UNESCO, organized in St. Petersburg at Mining University, is our key partner in this field

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lota mining complex - unesco world heritage centre

lota mining complex - unesco world heritage centre

In 1973, the Lota mining industry was nationalized, becoming property of the State of Chile under the name of National Coal Company (Empresa Nacional del Carbon or ENACAR), maintaining a significant production although, with the passage of time, it was affected by the global coal crisis, its high production cost and the evolution of environmental parameters, situations that culminated in the closure of the Lota mine …

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erzgebirge/krunoho mining region - unesco world

erzgebirge/krunoho mining region - unesco world

source: UNESCO/ERI Description ... and sustainably managed forests that occupy traditional spaces in the landscape that were also subsidiary to the mining industry. The interaction between people and their environment is also attested by intangible attributes, such as education and literature, traditions, customs and artistic developments as

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ombilin coal mining heritage of sawahlunto-unescoworld

ombilin coal mining heritage of sawahlunto-unescoworld

Ombilin Coal Mining Heritage of Sawahlunto. Built for the extraction, processing and transport of high-quality coal in an inaccessible region of Sumatra, this industrial site was developed by the Netherlands East Indies’ government in the globally important period …

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cornwall and west devonmininglandscape -unescoworld

cornwall and west devonmininglandscape -unescoworld

Criterion (iv): The mining landscape of Cornwall and west Devon, and particularly its characteristic engine houses and beam engines as a technological ensemble in a landscape, reflect the substantial contribution the area made to the Industrial Revolution and formative changes in mining …

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unesco world heritage sites under threatbyindustry: wwf

unesco world heritage sites under threatbyindustry: wwf

The International Council of Mining and Metals, grouping major companies, agreed in 2003 to stay out of World Heritage sites. Some oil and gas companies, such as Total and Shell, have made similar

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