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Shoddy impact assessments, mining and ruin in Goa India

A study finds that weak environmental assessment reporting on the adverse impacts of mining has spelled doom for Goa’s environment. A mining site in India (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons) Mining activities in Goa have not only poisoned its land and water, but also affected livelihoods by negatively impacting agriculture, fisheries and forests.

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(PDF) Impact of Mining on Environment in Goa: a review

The state of Goa covers an area of only 0.11 % of India (Bhushan and Hazra 2008), but 18 % of iron ore comes from this state (IMYB 2010) accounting for 5 million tonnes/month (USGS 2013).

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Mining in Goa Centre for Science and Environment

Mining in Goa is mostly concentrated in four talukas namely, Bicholim in North Goa district and Salcete, Sanguem and Quepem in South Goa district. Some 400 mining leases had been granted in Goa till 2002-03, covering approximately 30,325 ha -- this works out to almost eight per cent of the total geographical of the state.

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A Study on the Socio-Economic Impact of Mining Ban on the

Mining is one of the economic activities practiced in the small state of Goa apart from agriculture, tourism and fishing. With the advent of mining activities in the areas, the practice of traditional occupations was difficult. Mining industry brings lucrative incomes but it also comes with a lot of environmental hazards.

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Mining in Goa

Mining for iron ore in Goa is carried out in the following phases: Exploration and development Large expanses of land are scanned using technologies such as satellite imaging, geological exploration and developmental mapping, geo-mechanical and superficial geological sampling.

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Goa Mineral Development

Goa Mining Association. The Goa Mining Association (GMA) is a Society of mine owners who have a mining concession or mining lease in the state. It was founded in 1963 by mine owner, Shri Madhavrao S Talaulikar. Using his own resources, Mr Talaulikar single-handedly ran

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Goa mining ban: The truth that lies beneath

Apr 10, 2018 In the case of illegal mining, the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act rightly provides for the recovery of the illegally mined ore or its full value, and penalties and/or jail terms for miners involved in illegal mining. Sesa Goa, majority-owned by London-based Agarwal, turned out to be the largest illegal miner in Goa.

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[PDF] Mining, Development and Environment: A Case Study of

Abstract Mining is essentially a destructive development activity where ecology suffers at the altar of economy. Unfortunately in most regions of earth, the underground geological resources (minerals) are superimposed by above ground biological resources (forests). This is particularly more prominent in India. Hence mining operations necessarily involves deforestation, habitat destruction and

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