3 edition of Mining communities found in the catalog.
J. S. Humphreys
Bibliography: p. 53.
|Statement||[by] J. S. Humphreys.|
|Series||Urban Australia series ;, book 3|
|LC Classifications||HT149.A8 U68 bk. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||75310404|
Instead of benefiting economically from mining, many of these communities are impoverished by pollution, an example of "accumulation by dispossession" (Harvey ). I begin this chapter by examining the history of the Ok Tedi mine and the reasons why its impacts have vastly exceeded the project's original environmental impact assessment. The Risks We Run: Mining, Communities and Political Risk Insurance Roger Moody. International Books, Utrecht. ISBN 4, $ (paper) pp. The risks of a mining development can be great: for people, communities, public and private sector organizations and the desired ecosystems on which we all depend.
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This book details the horrors that resulted from uranium mining close to Navajo communities. This book is a must-read for anyone living within miles of proposed uranium mining and wanting the facts to fight irresponsible plans for mining which ignore human health and safety and are motivated solely by by: "Bringing Down the Mountains provides a powerful, fact-filled analysis of controversial mountaintop removal coal mining in the context of more than a century of social, economic and environmental injustice experience by coalfield communities.
Shirley Burns shines a bright light on King Coal and its handmaidens who have exploited the vast Cited by: A mining community, also known as a mining town or a mining camp, is a community that houses miners. Mining communities are usually created around a mine or a quarry.
Contents. Mining and Communities raises key questions about the value of minerals to contemporary society in light of their impacts on community economics and the environment This book should also be praised as a model of collaborative scholarship and research mobilization.
The People and Place: Coal and Community project celebrates and Mining communities book the lives of the people of the coal mining communities in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia, showing the close links between the people and the places in which they lived and worked.
communities, and mining companies on the sustained development of mine-impacted communities as part of the debate around the costs and benefits of mineral development. Communities have become more vocal in expressing their expectations for benefits, while mining companies are concerned about the need and means by which to obtain and main-File Size: KB.
The Zalia book was born out of a suggestion broached at a “Rockyside” book-signing. And now both little mining communities have their history defined — something that probably never would.
LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES CHAPTER 9 MMSD THE MINING, Mining communities book AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT Power differentials can leave a sense of helplessness when communities confront the potential for change induced by large,powerful external Size: KB.
Mining communities. [Brian Williams] -- Discusses the history of mining, the various kinds of mines, mining around the world, and mining today and tomorrow. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brian Williams. Find more information about: ISBN: Mining in Africa: Are Local Communities Better Off?.
Africa Development Forum. This book represents an attempt to address these issues. The book stresses that, while the recent turnaround in Africa's economic growth is encouraging, this growth must be accompanied by structural transformation to be sustainable and to create productive Cited by: Durham Mining Communities.
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Of course, communities (at the local, regional and national levels) experience significant costs when mining companies fail to prevent or address the negative impacts that their operations can have on individuals’ health, livelihoods, safety and a range of other basic aspects of human dignity—that is, on their human rights.
Mining and Communities in Northern Canada. Mining communities book by Patricia Boulter,Jean-Sebastien Boutet,Emilie Cameron,Sarah Gordon,Heather Green,Jane Hammond,Joella Hogan,Arn Keeling,Tyler Levitan,Hereward Longley,Scott Midgley,Kevin O’Reilly,Andrea Procter,John Sandlos,Alexandra Winton.
Canadian History and Environment (Book 3) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating Brand: University of Calgary Press. Mining activities in Australia tend to be cyclical, with boom and bust times impacting upon associated communities.
However, little information exists to classify key impacts or to identify how. In summary, commercial underground mining, principally shaft mining, stimulated the beginning and growth of numerous agglomerated mining communities in the Cherokee-Crawford coal field.
A sizeable number of the present-day rural and urban communities can trace their origins back to a camp near an underground mine. MINING AND COMMUNITIES IN NORTHERN CANADA: HISTORY, POLITICS, AND MEMORY Edited by Arn Keeling and John Sandlos ISBN THIS BOOK IS AN OPEN ACCESS E-BOOK.
It is an electronic version of a book that can be purchased in physical form through any bookseller or on-line retailer, or from our distributors. Please. Mining causes serious accidents such as fires, explosions, or collapsed mine tunnels that affect miners and people living in communities near mines.
Even in places where mining happened long ago, people can still be exposed to health threats from mining waste and chemicals that remain in the soil and water.
Mining damages health in many ways. After Coal: Welsh and Appalachian Mining Communities. likes 4 talking about this. After Coal explores how two mining cultures are facing the challenge of their dependence on fossil ers: The Minerals Council of South Africa recently filed a court application for a judicial review of the Mining Charter over the continuing consequences of empowerment transactions.
The Council contends that the charter, which was published in Septemberis not fully in line with a High Court declaratory order of April on the once empowered, always empowered principle.
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Much the same could be said about mining’s legacy in the other communities examined in the collection. The book’s northern focus is particularly welcome, and a number of the essays would serve as excellent readings in courses in environmental : Jeremy Mouat.
Invisible Labor: A Comparative Oral History of Women in Coal Mining Communities of Hokkaido, Japan, and Montana, USA, – Kayoko Yoshida, Reiko Miyauchi Pages This book focuses on the connections between mining activities, knowledge politics and the valuation of landscape in selected case sites in Russia, Greenland and Norway, whilst considering the interrelated aspects of industrialized, natural resource based development and environmental concerns in the Arctic.
of the impact of mining in developing societies have traditionally focused on broad macro-economic effects. The economic, environmental, and social effects of large mines in their neighboring communities have yet to be examined systematically to any extent. Furthermore, the concerns raised by those most affected by mining – the local.
Mining companies have also made important efforts to improve their relationships with communities, assuming a more open and constructive approach in their interactions with local groups. They have strengthened social responsibility programs and enhanced contributions to the economic development of communities where they operate.
We’ve invited the editors of the six new titles in the Canadian History & Environment series at University of Calgary Press to introduce the book they’ve edited.
In this post, John Sandlos and Arn Keeling introduce Mining and Communities in Northern Canada: History, Politics, and Memory. Edited collections are the unloved children of the academic community, often maligned as grab bags. Process Mining in Action describes principles, challenges and learnings from years of practice.” (Seungjin Whang, Professor of Operations, Information & Technology at Stanford Graduate School of Business) “This is a timely book that presents operational experiences and brings Process Mining application problems to academic research communities.
“Unearthing Justice is the most authoritative, valuable, and necessary book written about the mining industry in Canada. Mapping the industry from early financing to final cumulative impact, Kuyek provides communities with the tools and knowledge to challenge non-consensual development at every stage.
This book gets to the heart of resource conflicts and environmental impact assessment by asking why indigenous communities support environmental causes in some cases of mining development but not in others.
Saleem Ali examines environmental conflicts between mining companies and indigenous communities and with rare objectivity offers a. Book Description: Michael Amundson presents a detailed analysis of the four mining communities at the hub of the twentieth-century uranium booms: Moab, Utah; Grants, New Mexico; Uravan, Colorado; and Jeffrey City, Wyoming.
TY - BOOK. T1 - Yellowcake towns. T2 - Uranium mining communities in the American West. AU - Amundson, Michael. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - "[Yellowcake Towns] provides us with not only an in-depth picture of the fluctuations of the demands for uranium over the previous half century but also a personal look at the health and economic implications on people and communities who Cited by: This book offers a multidisciplinary analysis of approach in the field of energy studies of Japan, examining post-closure coal mining towns in Japan and their gentrification.
It considers the impact of closures on the agricultural industry, the re-absorption of laid off coal miners into service and industrial sectors, and the gentrification of. This book is an accessible introduction to the study of community detection and mining in social media.
It is an essential reading for students, researchers, and practitioners in disciplines and applications where social media is a key source of data that piques our curiosity to understand, manage, innovate, and excel.
“These communities are done,” the retired police officer in Ashland told me. The county’s population has declined by 4 percent since and by 12 percent since Still, as Stanley Sabol, principal of Mahanoy Area High School, countered, coal mining also has a positive legacy.
After Coal profiles inspiring individuals who are building a new future in the coalfields of eastern Kentucky and South Wales. This hour long documentary invites viewers to. Mining and Communities in Northern Canada: History, Politics, and Memory (Canadian History and Environment Book 3) eBook: Keeling, Arn, Sandlos, John, Boulter.
extractive industries, the state and host communities: a study of gold mining industry in ghana. Book by: Agbesinyale, P., Tenkorang, E. Y., Dankwah, M () Article (PDF Available) December.
Communities Groupthink found in mining community Margaret Squires on research carried out for a book in Mirfield in the second interviewer confirmed that. “The research in Mining for the Nation is highly fills a gap in Chilean labor and mining history, both in English and in Spanish.
The book offers a reinterpretation of the Popular Front experience in Chile and the first serious book-length political history of the coal region and the role of the Communist Party there from the s to Author: Jody Pavilack.
Water-Energy-Food Resource Book for Mining September Written by Gabriel A. Huppé, Livia Bizikova, Dimple Roy, Darren Swanson and Carter Borden Head Office Lombard Avenue, Suite Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3B 0T4 Tel: +1 () Fax: +1 () Website: Twitter: @IISD_news.Moving Mountains is about campaigns challenging the power, priorities and practices of global mining ational mining companies are key agents of corporate globalisation.
They are often larger than national economies, and dominate governments, local peoples and their environments, creating local fiefdoms dedicated to the single purpose of extracting response.This book has been published with the help of a grant from the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, through the Awards to Scholarly Publications Program, using funds provided by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
For indigenous communities throughout the globe, mining has been a historical Cited by: