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Pacific nations are extraordinarily rich in critical minerals. But mining them may take a terrible toll

By Nick Bainton, Associate Professor, The University of Queensland
Emilka Skrzypek, Senior Policy Fellow, University of St Andrews
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For centuries, Pacific Islands have been raided by mining interests with little to show for it. Harnessing their enormous green mineral wealth must be done justly.The Conversation

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