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Romanians oppose gold mining plan
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe A Canadian owned mining company says it plan to open four new gold mines in the Romanian village of Rosia Montana that will boost the economy of the east-European country. However, Rosia Montana Gold Corporation's project has been met by opposition from the residents of the village who expressed concerns about the environmental and cultural costs. Al Jazeera's Simon McGregor-Wood reports from Rosia Montana in western Romania. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
Views: 7920 Al Jazeera English
Memories of Red: Gold Mining in Romania's Rosia Montana
 
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Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/romania-hungary-mining-toxic-waste-rosia-montana-gold Pulitzer Center grantees Dimiter Kenarov and Nadia Shira Cohen traveled to the Rosia Montana region of Romania, where plans are underway to open the biggest open-pit gold and silver mine in Europe. One of the oldest mining sites in the world, Rosia Montana village offers archeologists and historians valuable insights into its 2,000-year mining tradition. Should the mining plans be approved, the surrounding mountains and nearby valley will be transformed into four gigantic mining pits and a dam holding cyanide-laced tailings, which could lead to a bigger environmental liability than the toxic sludge in Hungary in case of design failure. The mining debate has polarized Rosia Montana that no compromise seems possible in the near future. Dimiter Kenarov and Nadia Shira Cohen wade through the hidden toxic waste in European Union's newer member states, where EU's high environmental standards are still very difficult to enforce. This report is part of Pulitzer Center-sponsored project "Toxic Europe" (http://bit.ly/zHMUdw).
Views: 4531 Pulitzer Center
euronews reporter - Gold Rush In Romania
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ This mountain contains Europe's biggest gold deposits. With the economic crisis, the price of gold is rocketing and there are plans to open new gold mines in Spain, Portugal, Slovakia, Greece, Northern Ireland and Romania. The Rosia Montana - Red Mountain - project is among the most controversial, due to the sheer size of the proposed site, the impact on environment, and the archaeological artefacts from Ancient Rome which are found all over this 2000 year-old site. Team-leader Calin Pal checks the preservation works being carried out in the protected section of the site, criss-crossed by galleries dug by the Romans. He says: "There are at least three generations of miners before me: My great grandfather, my grandfather, and my father. My hope is that the next ten generations will go on mining here too." Most locals feel the same way. They want the Canadian investors to start blasting as soon as possible. But opponents fear that the Roman galleries will be destroyed. To ease tensions, the "Gold Corporation" is investing millions of euros to transform at least part of the Roman galleries into an underground museum. Robert Horvath, an Archaeologist on the site said: "The biggest information is the shape of the gallery: So, when it is geometrical, we know it is Roman. And we find ladders, ancient Roman type. And we find lamp niches and we know that medieval miners did not use the same shape." Calin's men remove the backfill from centuries ago, so that the historic galleries can be mapped. Since 1998, mining in Romania has seen radical changes: 550 mines closed, 80,000 people laid off. The mines from Communist times did not conform with modern regulations, or with EU competition rules. When the Canadian investors arrived, the miners here had high hopes, but opponents fear that few profits will stay in Romania. But Catalin Hosu, Communications Manager for Rosia Montana Gold Corporation said: "We do have the biggest gold deposit in the European Union: over 300 tons of gold. We do have here a proposed investment of over two billion dollars. We are talking about benefits for Romania: over 4 billion dollars, that means over 50% of the total estimated revenues. And we are talking about creating thousands of jobs." To allay fears about pollution from the cyanide, the company has designed a dam. It will be strong enough to withstand an earthquake of 8 degrees on the Richter scale. Sorin Jurca, Rosia Montana Cultural Foundation, said: "All this area will be destroyed: The Corna valley over there, where 40 families still live, with two churches and with graveyards. The company wants to build a big dam and a lake covering 600 hectares. If they'll build the dam, all of this will disappear from the surface of this planet." Most of the inhabitants have already agreed to be resettled 70kms away, near Alba Iulia. On the outskirts of the town, the company has spent almost 30 million euros building 125 new houses and a church. Back in the mining region, ex-miners are hoping for new jobs, and a new economic future. But the Roma families fear they are being sidelined when it comes to hiring - out of the 480 people taken on so far, only 30 are Roma. Dorinel Pantir, a former Roma miner from Daroaia, said: "Gold Corporation should talk to us directly, not through the local mayor's people. We should set up a committee to sign a protocol with Gold Corporation so that at least one member of each Roma family will be hired." The decline of mining here has led to unemployment rates of around 80% and young people are leaving. But life has always been hard here. In the 50s, during the Communist era gold prospectors had problems too. Ioan Catalina, a gold prospector, explained: "The Secret Service police shouted: "To the wall, face the wall! And he started waving his pistol around, threatening us. "I could shoot you on the spot! But you have one last chance!" So my grandfather and his friend destroyed their gold milling equipment." The red water from the old galleries is so polluted nothing can survive in it. The Gold Corporation has built a water treatment station, a high-tech lab, using nano-filter technology. The says it will clean up not only its own waste water, but also the mess from past centuries. Catalin Hosu, Communications Manager, Rosia Montana Gold Corporation said: "What you see here is historic pollution. Maybe for hundreds of years. It is very acidic water. But it can be cleaned up. We have a pilot station, proving this. And this is the result: clean and drinkable water." Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Views: 18819 euronews (in English)
Protest Prague against cyanide gold mining in Rosia Montana
 
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This was the second protest against the draft law initiated by the government on the 27.08. There were 59 people present, all chanting, talking to tourists and spreading flyers. We delivered a letter to the Romanian Ambassador in Prague and then we had a drink(to be read as beer) together. All good. #saverosiamontana #rosiamontana
Views: 998 alotofkittens
Minerit mine deschise Open-pit mining Rosia Montana 2
 
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In Greece and Romania See also article: Gold and Aristotle, by Nikos Axarlis http://www.archaeology.org/online/features/goldplant/index.html On youtube\GOLD MINES GREEK RESISTANCE ENG SUBS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6mIv7YU4x4
Views: 1205 Blurallis
The Stream - Gold in Rosia Montana
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Is Romania's planned gold mine an environmental disaster or economic opportunity? At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
Views: 9445 Al Jazeera English
Mining for Gold In Romania
 
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The World's Aaron Schachter reports from Rosia Montana, a small town in the northwest of Romania. A Canadian company wants to mine gold using cyandide. Locals are opposed. Find out more at www.theworld.org.
Rosia Montana for the Future, by Umbrella VFX
 
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Umbrella VFX just completed work on a fresh 3D visualization. This film is a highly complex presentation of Rosia Montana, a traditional gold mining region in Romania. Using actual topographic & satellite maps of the region, our visual effects artists recreated in 3D the local landscape with incredible detail and accuracy. The 3D film shows the story of the potential transformation from a gloomy region, with no current economic activity, into an attractive touristic destination, 25 years into the future. A version of the future both possible and desirable!
Views: 25127 UMBRELLAFX
Rosia Montana (Romania) - under SIEGE by a Canadian mining company - UNCENSORED
 
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A new department of the mining company - the Parliament's UNESCO Commission Misinformation visit to Rosia Montana: the Minister of Culture and the UNESCO commission refused dialog with the opponents to the mining project! Today, August the 20th, Rosia Montana received a so-called 'information visit' from the Minister of Culture, Daniel Barbu and the Senate and Chamber of Deputy's Common Permanent Commission for the Relationship with UNESCO. This visit took place -- from the moment the invitations were sent to the civil society organizations and up to the time the Commission left Rosia Montana - under the explicit patronage of the mining company. Although its purpose was to gather information and to evaluate the project on the site regarding risks for cultural heritage, this visit was not announced to the professional organizations which actually prepared the documentation and formal request for including Rosia Montana on the World Heritage List. These requests were communicated to the Ministry in 2009 already and they were again brought to attention of the officials on the occasion of this visit. Although representatives of the Commission said that the whole trip was exclusively organized by the authorities, we need to bring into light the following grave facts: * The meetings took place in spaces owned by the mining company, in the building of the old town hall - a reason for which Alburnus Maior invited the members of the Commission to come to the association's headquarters in order to have an equal dialogue. * Both the representatives of local authorities and the members of the Parliament's Commission were transported in cars offered by the mining company. * The mining firm organized a manifestation in the center of the town - one to which participants were brought by bus (even in buses designed for the transport of school pupils) from several localities. * The visiting itinerary for Rosia Montana's monuments only comprised objectives owned by Gold Corporation. The houses restored through the continuous effort of NGOs and volunteers were carefully avoided. Even more: the access to one of these buildings - the Unitarian priest's house, was blocked by the mining company's employees, so that no member of the Commission can accept the invitation to enter. * Throughout the visit, journalists and simple citizens who were filming the events and asking questions unwanted by the mining company were aggressed, hit and sworn at by people wearing RMGC uniforms. * It was the mining firm who insured security for the members of the Commission, the minister and the building in which the discussions took place. The Gendarmerie only used 4 people to control the miners' manifestation, but sent 8 persons to Alburnus Maior's headquarters, in order to supervise the locals who were waiting for the Commission's visit. * On all the trajectory of the visit only the vehicles of the mining company were allowed to circulate; the access was blocked for anybody else. The Alburnus Maior Association invited the Parliament's Commission to come to the headquarters of the association in order to also discuss with locals who oppose the destruction of heritage - so that the hostile environment created by the mining company's employees at its headquarters could be avoided. But the Commission sent their representative to negotiate with the locals their taking part in the debates. Ionut Munteanu, adviser of the Commission, who also used a car provided by the mining company, admitted to the members of Alburnus Maior that the members of the Commission actually did not want to talk to the mining project's opponents (see video). "We, in Rosia Montana, are fed up with seeing the authorities behaving like departments of the mining company. We've watched today the same type of tourism which was offered by the company to journalists taken to New Zealand a few years ago. From Rosia Montana to Bucharest, all of Romania is under RMGC's siege. But there is one thing that the representatives of the authorities, the company and the press all forget, and this is that we were not joking when we said that the revolution starts in Rosia Montana" - Eugen David, president of Alburnus Maior, said. "It was disgusting to see how the representatives of a Parliament Commission, in charge of the fate of heritage, which maintained in the past a totally different position from the present one, now have set themselves at the disposal of the mining company. They preferred visiting the place by jeep, under the strict protection of miners, instead of directly meeting with the young people who have been volunteering for weeks in the restoration of old Rosia houses. Unlike the members of the Commission, each and every volunteer enjoys our full respect for their contribution to the salvation of Rosia Montana's heritage" - Claudia Apostol, architect, a member of the ARA Association.
Views: 23633 Salvati Rosia Montana
Save Rosia Montana | Tica Darie | TEDxBacau
 
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Tica talks about his idea of how to save Rosia Montana village from extinction and preserving the beauty of the place and his historical gold mines. At just 25, Tica Darie is one of the young generation's strong voices, a promoter of civil society and a promoter of one of Romania's most serious causes: Roşia Montană. Tică is from Suceava, but lives in Roşia Montană, the village of Apuseni, which gave the signal of contemporary national resistance. At 21, she chose to move to Rosia Montana after crossing Europe twice on the bike to draw attention to the Rosia Montana case. He created a scout center in Rosia Montana, a virtual store where he sells products made by locals (created as a work alternative for women in the Roşia Montană community) and has even run for mayor. Tica did not give in to the threats coming from corporations with financial interests in the area and the struggle to restore Rosia Montana to the beauty of another time. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 1137 TEDx Talks
Rosia Montana underground mine
 
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one of the galleries
Views: 192 Ion Francovschi
Anti-rosia montana gold mining protest in Bucharest
 
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Over 20000 people protested in Bucharest agains Rosia Montana Gold Company
Views: 117 Ion Popescu
Rosia Montana Gold Corporation
 
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ROSIA MONTANA, TOWN ON THE BRINK / AFF 2012
 
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Astra Film Festival 2012 / EcoCinematogrAFF Fabian Daub | Germany, Romania | 2012 | 92' Synopsis: Rosia Montana has been thrown into a state of disarray ever since the arrival of a Romanian gold mining corporation with powerful Canadian shareholders. The corporation is planning on razing a large portion of the town and its surroundings to the ground in order to gain access to the rock there, which happens to hold the largest gold deposits in Europe. The mining process will involve the use of highly toxic cyanide to extract the gold from the rock - arguably a necessary risk to spur economic development in the area, but potentially fatal for the local environment and the beautiful landscape. More than 2000 people are poised to lose their homes. Many of them have chosen resettlement in big cities, but a small group of inhabitants are battling against the Company and defending their homes with all they have. A long-standing fight of the people in a deeply divided village where the division between the opponents and supporters of the mining project splits families down the middle. Synopsis: Situatia din Rosia Montana se caracterizeaza printr-o stare de confuzie de la sosirea unei corporatii românesti cu actionari canadieni din domeniul mineritului aurifer. Corporatia planuieste sa rada de pe fata pamântului o mare parte din comuna si împrejurimile sale pentru a avea acces la cel mai mare zacamant aurifer din Europa. Exploatarea va implica utilizarea de cianura foarte toxica pentru extragerea aurului din roca, fapt ce ar putea fi un risc necesar pentru a impulsiona dezvoltarea economica din zona, însa unul cu potential fatal pentru mediul înconjurator si frumoasele peisaje din zona. Peste 2000 de oameni urmeaza sa-si piarda casele. Multi dintre ei au ales sa se mute în orasele mari, însa un grup mic de locuitori înfrunta Compania si îsi apara casele cu tot ce au. O lupta îndelungata dusa de oameni într-o comuna adânc divizata, unde falia dintre oponentii si suporterii proiectului minier desparte chiar si familii. website ~ http://astrafilm.ro // facebook ~ https://www.facebook.com/AstraFilmFestival // twitter ~ https://twitter.com/AstraFilm // youtube ~ http://www.youtube.com/astrafilm
Views: 10660 Astra Film Festival
Rosia Montana Today
 
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This documentary is a gift for Rosia Montana and its people in order to celebrate the day when this very old locality was born on 6th of February. NGO Pachamama Romania, as a militant for nature protection in Romania reconsidering the relationship human-nature, now at the peak of industrialization, generously offered the posibility of writing a new cinematographic page dedicated to future of Rosia Montana as a whole. The effort was complemented by ensuring production by the Association Heritage, UNESCO partner , the association is concerned, among other things, of the protection of architectural heritage of Rosia Montana but also a secure future for a clean environment and a susteinable living of Motii,too often forgotten in history. “All our actions, including „ROSIA MONTANA AZI” film, aim to ensure a environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just future for us and for future generations. It is a responsability we have and we are committed to fullfill it. Rosia Montana opened our hearts and helped us to feel the love and passion which makes us act firmly, no matter what obstacles we encountered. It is love for Nature, people, life itself, that fear of uncertainity is diminished and we may feel the Magic of Life, a feeling that bring us together in order to cooperate and act for a greater purpose. For this there must be harmony and forgiveness , forgiveness of the past and a beginning of a new chapter. It is like a canvas that contain no color, on we can thus put creatively desired colors and paint gorgeous scenery. It will be a new beginning, full of light and divine radiance. (Pachamama Romania) Related to this wonderful and tried to time area, the author was and is a lover of places, people, myths and stories of nearly 65 years being jettisoned at a few months of live by the will of fate in this splendid, proud and tragic city of Apuseni Mountains. He doesn’t forgot and will not forget those places anymore, mastered by stone and towering trees after whose face were cut Motis of ridges and valleys raised on coveted but deceptively bed of gold. As a result, in the last 12 years the author has done, along with fellow intrepid, more than 10 TV movies on the topic of places, people, place, myths and even first raising phenomenon, after '89, of a communiti in order to claim rights on the earth left by ancestors that constituted the phenomenon Save Rosia Montana, a phenomenon that in its uniqueness managed to wake up almost all categories of citizens of the country who have joined almost miraculously for these times, struggle and resistance 17 years of people whose verticality, strength and balance seemed to have disappeared from the Romanian nation. Filming was done in July and August 2015. The author has entrusted the whole discourse of this film, interviews, residents and their supporters in Cluj, Bucharest, Alba Iulia. He thus wanted to convey to others their thoughts and hopes about the present and especially the future. They talk about how they think and hope will revive their patch of land whose destiny they want to be ,naturally, into their own hands. A few months after filming was completed the new Culture Minister Vlad Alexandrescu signed the return of Rosia Montana as a Historical site,status in category A. – national importance- a status that was raised a few years ago. At the same time the Minister of Culture notified DNA in case of Rosia Montana because "there are signs that it would be irregularities both in terms of heritage there as well about other heritage objectives ranked in Category A." The night before the day of Rosia Montana in the February 6, 2016 the Minister of Culture confirmed that he communicated to the World Heritage Centre in Paris, the intent of enrollment of the mining cultural landscape in Rosia Montana on Romania’s indicative list of World Heritage.
Views: 2885 Pachamama Romania
Rosia Montana destructive gold exploition project
 
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The most important Gold deposit in Europe and a very important archaeological settlement (a Roman city and galleries) are put to anihilation by a dubious international concern which want to completely erase a mountain and all the gold of this place
Views: 4806 rammung
Rosia Montana Romania   under SIEGE by a Canadian mining company
 
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A new department of the mining company - the Parliament's UNESCO Commission Misinformation visit to Rosia Montana: the Minister of Culture and the UNESCO commission refused dialog with the opponents to the mining project! Today, August the 20th, Rosia Montana received a so-called 'information visit' from the Minister of Culture, Daniel Barbu and the Senate and Chamber of Deputy's Common Permanent Commission for the Relationship with UNESCO. This visit took place -- from the moment the invitations were sent to the civil society organizations and up to the time the Commission left Rosia Montana - under the explicit patronage of the mining company. Although its purpose was to gather information and to evaluate the project on the site regarding risks for cultural heritage, this visit was not announced to the professional organizations which actually prepared the documentation and formal request for including Rosia Montana on the World Heritage List. These requests were communicated to the Ministry in 2009 already and they were again brought to attention of the officials on the occasion of this visit. Although representatives of the Commission said that the whole trip was exclusively organized by the authorities, we need to bring into light the following grave facts: * The meetings took place in spaces owned by the mining company, in the building of the old town hall - a reason for which Alburnus Maior invited the members of the Commission to come to the association's headquarters in order to have an equal dialogue. * Both the representatives of local authorities and the members of the Parliament's Commission were transported in cars offered by the mining company. * The mining firm organized a manifestation in the center of the town - one to which participants were brought by bus (even in buses designed for the transport of school pupils) from several localities. * The visiting itinerary for Rosia Montana's monuments only comprised objectives owned by Gold Corporation. The houses restored through the continuous effort of NGOs and volunteers were carefully avoided. Even more: the access to one of these buildings - the Unitarian priest's house, was blocked by the mining company's employees, so that no member of the Commission can accept the invitation to enter. * Throughout the visit, journalists and simple citizens who were filming the events and asking questions unwanted by the mining company were aggressed, hit and sworn at by people wearing RMGC uniforms. * It was the mining firm who insured security for the members of the Commission, the minister and the building in which the discussions took place. The Gendarmerie only used 4 people to control the miners' manifestation, but sent 8 persons to Alburnus Maior's headquarters, in order to supervise the locals who were waiting for the Commission's visit. * On all the trajectory of the visit only the vehicles of the mining company were allowed to circulate; the access was blocked for anybody else. The Alburnus Maior Association invited the Parliament's Commission to come to the headquarters of the association in order to also discuss with locals who oppose the destruction of heritage - so that the hostile environment created by the mining company's employees at its headquarters could be avoided. But the Commission sent their representative to negotiate with the locals their taking part in the debates. Ionut Munteanu, adviser of the Commission, who also used a car provided by the mining company, admitted to the members of Alburnus Maior that the members of the Commission actually did not want to talk to the mining project's opponents (see video). "We, in Rosia Montana, are fed up with seeing the authorities behaving like departments of the mining company. We've watched today the same type of tourism which was offered by the company to journalists taken to New Zealand a few years ago. From Rosia Montana to Bucharest, all of Romania is under RMGC's siege. But there is one thing that the representatives of the authorities, the company and the press all forget, and this is that we were not joking when we said that the revolution starts in Rosia Montana" - Eugen David, president of Alburnus Maior, said. "It was disgusting to see how the representatives of a Parliament Commission, in charge of the fate of heritage, which maintained in the past a totally different position from the present one, now have set themselves at the disposal of the mining company. They preferred visiting the place by jeep, under the strict protection of miners, instead of directly meeting with the young people who have been volunteering for weeks in the restoration of old Rosia houses. Unlike the members of the Commission, each and every volunteer enjoys our full respect for their contribution to the salvation of Rosia Montana's heritage" - Claudia Apostol, architect, a member of the ARA Association.
Views: 367 Gava Alexandru
Rosia Montana 2013 - Cyanide open-pit in the heart of Carpathian garden
 
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Eseu despre proiectul de minerit cu cianuri si mina deschisa la Rosia Montana Romania Essay regarding the mining project with cyanide and open-pit at Rosia Montana Romania See also: Behind Gold's Glitter: Torn Lands and Pointed Questions http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/24/int... Honduras - In March 2001, Seventy-five people representing 15 communities located adjacent to 8 mines attended a meeting in Honduras to launch a national anti-mining campaign called "Honduras Is Worth More Than Gold." The meeting took place on March 9 and put forward several goals, including the prohibition of the use of cyanide in mining operations, the prohibition the expropriation of campesino and indigenous lands, and the strengthening of mining and environmental laws. In January, 2005 in response to mining threats, Alaskan Village and Traditional Councils as well as Village Corporations began to pass strong resolutions in opposition to mines that they believe are a) environmentally unsound b) foreign owned c) in conflict with their desired future vision for their communities and d) a threat to their traditional lifeways. Montana - a 1998 citizen's initiative passed that banned open-pit cyanide leaching in gold and silver mining at new mines and mine expansions. Colorado - five counties have banned cyanide heap leach mining. In January 27, 2004, Commissioners in Summit County voted for the ban to protect the future public health and safety from the controversial mining process and chemicals. Turkey - In 1997 the Turkish Council of State decided not to allow gold production through cyanide leaching, on the basis of article 56 of the Turkish Constitution which guarantees the right of people to live in a healthy environment (nr. 1996/5348, decision nr. 1997/2311).
Views: 2811 Romani in Londra
DEMONSTRATION IN LONDON AGAINST CYANIDE GOLD MINING IN ROSIA MONTANA 08 SEPTEMBER
 
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About 200 people gathered on High Street Kensington near the Romanian Embassy to demonstrate against cyanide gold mining in Rosia Montana, project operated by Gabriel Resources, a Canadian company. The gold exploitation at Rosia Montana will have multiple ecological, cultural, historical, social and political consequences. There is an impact on the local ecosystem and, to a great extent,on others, due to the use of cyanide and its proven danger and risk. Rosia Montana is the oldest documented settlement in Romania, of a huge archaeological importance for Europe. The nearby villages will be evacuated and sites of universal patrimony completely covered under a cyanide lake and 200 million tons of waste rock. This project will create more social problems rather than solving them, considering that the jobs created will only last for 20 years, after that leaving a great hole both in the Transylvanian landscape as well as in the social one.
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60 international activists occupy Gold Corporation headquarters in Rosia Montana
 
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A preview of the action on the 28th of september Local and international people are opposing plans to open Europe's largest open cast gold mine, which would displace hundreds of families and result in widespread ecological destruction and cyanide contamination of the protected landscape. The peaceful occupation and blockade lasted for two hours and the company decided to leave the public information point closed for the rest of the day. The proposed mine would destroy the village of Rosia Montana and introduce dangerous cyanide leaching technology, threatening water systems in Romania and beyond with the potential of devastating accidents. Strong local opposition to the gold mining project emerged almost immediately in the year 2000 when the project was announced by Canadian company Gabriel Resources. Resistance to the plan has since spread across Romania and beyond. During the last 10 years, Alburnus Maior, through the Save Rosia Montana Campaign has successfully mobilized thousands of people and has so far kept the plans from being carried out. The Environmental Impact Assessment procedure for the mining project was suspended in 2008 by the Ministry of the Environment, due to the discovery of illegalities committed by the company. Furthermore, civil society has won several court cases against the Gold Corporation, where it was proved that the mining project was initiated in illegal conditions and involved high levels of corruption, coercion and abuse of the local population. According to the law, the mining project has to restart from point zero, but the new Romanian Environment Minister wants to proceed with a political decision in favour of the mining project, in a clear violation of the court decisions, as well as of Romanian and EU laws on Environmental Impact Assessment procedures. The Romanian government seems keen to support corporate interests in the face of local opposition. A new law on expropriation has been recently proposed in the Romanian parliament and is expected to be voted on during the next month. The law would enable private companies, instead of the Romanian state and judicial system, to carry out forced expropriation of residents, in a clear violation of human rights. In dialogue with the occupying activists, the company spokesperson, Catalin Hosu, rejected any relation between the Gold Corporation and this law and stated that they would not resort to using it if it is passed. In reply, the activists promised to target the corporation with further actions if the promise is not kept. At the EU level, the European Commission has been refusing to follow up on a May 2010 European Parliament resolution requiring it to make a legislative proposal to ban the use of cyanide in mining. While the Gold Corporation has expressed the intention to adopt cyanide reduction technology in Rosia Montana, recent news exposed that the use of such technology will be much more expensive than originally planned [4]. In response to this, Catalin Hosu replied that the Gold Corporation is committed to respect all Romanian and EU legislation, but did not state whether this technology will be adopted or dropped in face of the costs. Video: Ionut Ruscea
Views: 3684 ReGenerationRO
Rosia Montana open-pit mine
 
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Exploitation was halted in 2006
Views: 181 Ion Francovschi
Rosia Montana Ballad
 
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The Ballad of Rosia Montana is an Irish Song about a Romanian village whose gold a Canadian mining company wants to exploit. I wrote it to salute the thousands of students in Bucharest who demonstrated at the Parliament building to save Rosia Montana. The Parting Glass Band of Orange County, New York most graciously performed it with me at Brian’s Backyard Barbecue “Open Mic Night” on December 17, 2014. The band played without benefit of written music, having only heard the song a few hours before the jam session. It was recorded on an inexpensive home video camera without microphone, but I want it to be heard and I want this story to be told. Rosia Montana tell me where is your wealth? Is it in your people, in their children or their health? Is it in the Mountain in this land so far away Or is it in the gold that they came to take away? (Copyright 2014)
Views: 540 Joseph Shields
SAVE ROSIA MONTANA!
 
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The Romanian government is about to give green light to the most controversial mining project in Europe-cyanide gold digging in Romania's mountains. This project will cause tremendous environmental damage, destroy cultural heritage and impact local population. The main interest protected is that of the foreign gold corporation and politicians. If the total amount of cyanide used annually in Europe is 1000 metric tones, in Rosia Montana the amount of cyanide planned for annual use is 13.000 metric tones! A total of 4 mountains will be erased, creating a massive 8 km diameter crater, visible from space. The area affected by this mining project includes 3 villages, several historic churches and cemeteries, as well as 7km of ancient Roman mining galleries, unique in the world. This area is considered one of the 7 most endangered cultural heritage locations in Europe.
Ad Astra's  petition regarding Rosia Montana in PETI
 
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Ad Astra member Dr. Octavian Voiculescu presenting the Ad Astra's position on the gold exploration at Rosia Montana. Ad Astra's public statement on the gold mining project at Roşia Montană, Romania can be found here: http://docs.ad-astra.ro/Opinion_Rosia_Montana_Ad_Astra_EN.pdf VideoSource: European Parliament. The full session can be viewed here: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/ep-live/ro/committees/video?event=20111004-0900-COMMITTEE-PETI
Views: 123 lancu
Life over Gold - a Unitarian stand for Roşia Montană
 
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This video has been ordered by the Executive Committee of the Hungarian Unitarian Church. narrated by: Zsolt Solymosi production supervisor: Dávid Gyerő created by: Zoltán Varró-Bodoczi special thanks to: Farkas Filep Info Factory ltd. Zsolt Kötő Julianna Lingvay Balázs Papp-Szentannai Life over Gold Hungarian Unitarians join forces with other Romanian denominations as well as environmentalist civil agencies to stand by the local people of Roşia Montană/ Verespatak, to protect the heritage of a two thousand year old mining settlement against the destructive interests of the voracious global capitalism. 1. PEOPLE and NATURE Life in Roşia Montană means, first of all, the people. There are about 25 families living in the village and refusing the project, other 600 or more citizens have left over the last 10 years, after they sold their properties to the Gold Corporation way over market price. In the past, the village had many Hungarians, Romanians, Germans and Jews -- today, most of the locals are ethnic Romanians, with only a few Hungarians left. Regardless of their background, all people want to make a living here -- but not by all means: they want to do mining that protects the environment, not one that destroys it through the techniques and chemicals used during the processes. Because life also means nature, Roşia Montană is located on the top of the western mountains of Romania, which has the most amazing landscape. If the mega project takes place, the unprecedented change in the natural balance will suffer fatal damages. Not only the mountains of the immediate vicinity would be affected, but the entire region, even the country would suffer from the consequences of the cyanide and other pollution. If the mining project of the Gold Corporation receives authorization, all people will have to leave the place against their will. If the mining project goes ahead, a 15 square mile area natural habitat will be transformed into a toxic work field. Therefore, Unitarians stand by the people and the nature of the place, to protect life from the harm of poisoning. 2. COMMUNITY and CULTURE The village was a well-to-do place throughout its history. The gold mining helped people to have a relatively high living standard here. They built architecturally demanding homes, they afforded their children good education. They also cared for the institutions of the culture, creating theatres, casinos and other centers where people liked to be together. Today, most of the remainders of this quality past are in ruins. Under communism, the family mines were confiscated and merged into a state enterprise. The notion of private property was terminated, and that was the end of the private responsibility too for the well being of the community. Then the demands of the market economy destroyed the state mine, and threw the mines, as well as the miners, to the behest of a global corporation. The danger of global character is pending over the settlement, threatening the local specifics with fusion with the faceless. If the mining project goes ahead, a 2000-year old unique and specific culture and a loving, enquiring, responsible community will be terminated. Therefore, Unitarians stand by the community and its culture, to protect life from the harm of globalization. 3. RELIGIONS and CHURCHES If the mining project goes ahead, sanctuaries, cemeteries, many social halls and parsonages, and a diverse religious spirituality will be terminated. Therefore, Unitarians stand by the denominations and their leaders, to protect life from the harm of violent secularization. Roşia Montană is indeed "a town on the brink", being exposed to many of the major threats facing the green planet, as well as the civilized societies. Unitarians in Transylvania are leading the way among the Romanian religious denominations to speak with one voice for the protection of a unique heritage from the harms of the major crises of our age: climate change, human rights, global capitalism, anti-democratic trends. This vision may be larger than the potential of all those involved -- still, we are lead by our aspirations that have been known to be also larger than the factual conditions, the given constraints.
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London, Kensington High Street... DEMONSTRATION AGAINST CYANIDE GOLD MINING IN ROSIA MONTANA
 
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Aproximativ 200 de oameni inimoşi au protestat la Londra, azi, 08.09.2013, împotriva exploatărilor miniere de la Roşia Montana, unde, în urma reacţiilor chimice, va rezulta un produs foarte toxic, acidul cianhidric (circa 135 de kg pe zi), ce a fost folosit de Hitler ca gaz toxic de război...
Protest against gold mining
 
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One of the protests against gold mining at Rosia Motana in Romania
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Save Rosia Montana ! Protest outside RM Gold (Services) Ltd's HQ in London
 
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A demonstration organised by SAVE ROSIA MONTANA was held on Friday 6 September 2013 outside of the RM Gold (Services) Ltd's Head office in London, against their current mining project in Rosia Montana, Romania, and against the draft legislation approved by the Romanian Government and waiting to be adopted by the Parliament. The gold exploitation at Rosia Montana will have multiple ecological, cultural, historical, social and political consequences. There is an impact on the local ecosystem and, to a great extent,on others, due to the use of cyanide and its proven danger and risk. Rosia Montana is the oldest documented settlement in Romania, of a huge archaeological importance for Europe. The nearby villages will be evacuated and sites of universal patrimony completely covered under a cyanide lake and 200 million tons of waste rock. This project will create more social problems rather than solving them, considering that the jobs created will only last for 20 years, after that leaving a great hole both in the Transylvanian landscape as well as in the social one. This demonstration is part of an ongoing campaign by Save Rosia Montana and other NGOs..
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Save Rosia Montana - 2
 
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Bucharest, 02.09.2013 Thousands of Romanians rallied to protest against the leftist government's support for a plan to open Europe's biggest open-cast gold mine in the small Carpathian town of Rosia Montana. The project, which aims to use cyanide to mine 314 tonnes of gold and 1,500 tonnes of silver, has drawn fierce opposition from civic rights groups and environmentalists, who say it would destroy ancient Roman gold mines and villages. ( Luiza Ilie - Reuters )
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People in Rosia Montana, talking to President Basescu (part I)
 
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Simple people confronting the Romanian president regarding a controversial gold mining project in their village. The Romanian President was visiting Rosia Montana, lobbying for the Canadian company Gabriel Resources, or RMGC (Rosia Montana Gold Corporation). Romanian TV only showed local employees of RMGC shouting "we want to mine, we want to work", even though over 250 families in Rosia Montana strongly oppose this project. The mining project, if approved by the Romanian government, would use cyanide, even though European recommendations are against using cyanide in gold mining. You can also read the transcripts here: [EN] http://respectrosiamontana.wordpress.com/2011/09/02/romanian-president-traian-basescu-talks-to-the-local-people-in-rosia-montana/ [RO] http://respectrosiamontana.wordpress.com/2011/09/01/presedintele-traian-basescu-discuta-cu-oamenii-din-rosia-montana/
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People in Rosia Montana, talking to President Basescu (part II)
 
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Simple people confronting the Romanian president regarding a controversial gold mining project in their village. The Romanian President was visiting Rosia Montana, lobbying for the Canadian company Gabriel Resources, or RMGC (Rosia Montana Gold Corporation). Romanian TV only showed local employees of RMGC shouting "we want to mine, we want to work", even though over 250 families in Rosia Montana strongly oppose this project. The mining project, if approved by the Romanian government, would use cyanide, even though European recommendations are against using cyanide in gold mining. You can also read the transcripts here: [EN] http://respectrosiamontana.wordpress.com/2011/09/02/romanian-president-traian-basescu-talks-to-the-local-people-in-rosia-montana/ [RO] http://respectrosiamontana.wordpress.com/2011/09/01/presedintele-traian-basescu-discuta-cu-oamenii-din-rosia-montana/
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Miners at work - Rosia Montana
 
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Miners at work in Rosia Montana. David Thomas Kutas - University of Miskolc
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Behind Police Line, Anti Rosia Montana Cyanide Mining Protest,Bucharest
 
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Peaceful meeting between 25000 protesters and "law" forces in a protest against a gold mining project that would remove 4 mountains, leave a 363 ha of cyanide waste (severely endangering nearby villages, water supplies, rivers than run through other countries as well, and the Danube Delta, compromising them in case of an accident, with no possibility to repair, no matter how many funds would be invested in a "rehabilitation". People of Romania are angry because their corrupt leaders are willing to agree on a project that would compromise the health, landscape,economy and dignity of the country and its people. The conditions under which this project has been approved are at least suspicious, with no transparency, postponements, over-the-night changes and without considering the position of the Romanian Supreme Court, Romanian Academy, engineers, environment specialists and the countries' people. Smaller protests have been ongoijg for more than 10 years. The law which is to be passed would allow any corporation to evict locals, should their homes be on an area of bussiness interest.
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Montana Gold Butte mine.
 
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Gold mine and highway projects threatening rural way of life
 
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(21 Aug 2011) SHOTLIST Rosia Montana 1. Wide of old open pit where they used to mine for gold in Rosia Montana 2. Detail of Rosia Montana old state company logo in a deserted courtyard 3. Wide of old state gold company courtyard 4. Close up of metal cart toeing assembly 5. Wide low angle of waste water going out of old gold mine 6. Wide of toxic water flowing directly into a stream 7. Sorin Jurca, director of the Rosia Montana Cultural Association in his office 8. Cutaway of pictures of rural Romania 9. SOUNDBITE (Romanian) Sorin Jurca director of the Rosia Montana Cultural Association: "What would this mining project mean? Well it would mean the disappearance of Rosia Montana. The project would cover the whole village and another three that are somehow part of Rosia Montana, it would be the largest project of its kind in Europe, which would, as it''s known, use aggressive methods against the environment, against the people, against the heritage." 10. Close up of old mining boots and helmet on display at a museum in Rosia Montana 11. Various of old mining objects in museum 12 SOUNDBITE (Romanian) Ileana Bordeianu, of the Pro-Dreptate mining union which is financed by Rosia Montana Gold Corp: "There is no other possibility for living in Rosia Montana but mining. This is what our ancestors have been doing for the last two thousand years." 13. Various of pictures advertising various festivals that took place in Rosia Montana 14. Local newspapers with Rosia Montana on front pages 15. SOUNDBITE (Romanian) Catalin Hosu, media spokesman for Rosia Montana Gold Corporation: "The greatest advantage of the project would be that the inhabitants of this whole region would do what they''ve been doing through their entire history and what they know best and that is mining." 16. Wide of hay stacks at dusk ++NIGHT SHOT++ 17. Mid of moon through clouds 18. Close up of cow 19. Cows entering traditional barn preparing for night 20. Close up of cow being milked 21. Cat being fed milk from the cow 22. Cat drinking milk Turda, 100 miles (161 kilometres) northeast of Rosia Montana 23. Wide of horse drawn cart on an unfinished sector of Turda Cluj Napoca highway 24. Wide of car driving down highway 25. Travelling shot of car driving down highway 26. Mid of village next to highway Petresti village, near Turda Cluj Napoca highway, 100 miles (161 kilometres) northeast of Rosia Montana 27. Mid of Indrei Ratiu, co-founder of Pro-Patrimonium, Romania''s national heritage organisation 28. SOUNDBITE (English) Indrei Ratiu, co-founder of Pro-Patrimonium, Romania''s national heritage organisation: "The trouble around Rosia Montana Gold is of course Rosia Montana Gold''s shareholders are all over the world, many of them probably have no idea what''s at stake here in the Rosia Montana area. I wish that we could somehow inform them individually and personally for sustainable mining combined with tourism." Rosia Montana 29. Various of Douglas McFarlane, editor of Romanian Environmentalist News 30. SOUNDBITE (English) Douglas Mcfarlane, editor of Romanian Environmentalist News: "They say themselves that the whole project will last 19 years. So after 19 years there''s no future at all. I mean basically a child who is born today, once they grow up and leave school in Rosia Montana what future will they have?" 31. Various of traditional marketplace 32. Various of traditional historical buildings STORYLINE A quiet corner of Romania could be about to change in the search for gold, and many are worried that a centuries old rural lifestyle could be destroyed. The plan, which would use cyanide in the extraction process, faces fierce opposition from ecologists and many local people who want to preserve the region''s unique heritage. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/02bbe54f8b17ff67815b6fba340dbc1f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Romanian people protesting against Rosia Montana Gold Corporation cyanide project
 
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Romanian people protesting against Rosia Montana Gold Corporation cyanide project 15 september 2013
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Rosia Montana for the Future, by LOAD5
 
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LOAD5 just completed work on a fresh 3D visualization. This film is a highly complex presentation of Rosia Montana, a traditional gold mining region in Romania. Using actual topographic & satellite maps of the region, our visual effects artists recreated in 3D the local landscape with incredible detail and accuracy. The 3D film shows the story of the potential transformation from a gloomy region, with no current economic activity, into an attractive touristic destination, 25 years into the future. A version of the future both possible and desirable!
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People in Rosia Montana, talking to President Basescu (part III)
 
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Simple people confronting the Romanian president regarding a controversial gold mining project in their village. The Romanian President was visiting Rosia Montana, lobbying for the Canadian company Gabriel Resources, or RMGC (Rosia Montana Gold Corporation). Romanian TV only showed local employees of RMGC shouting "we want to mine, we want to work", even though over 250 families in Rosia Montana strongly oppose this project. The mining project, if approved by the Romanian government, would use cyanide, even though European recommendations are against using cyanide in gold mining. You can also read the transcripts here: [EN] http://respectrosiamontana.wordpress.com/2011/09/02/romanian-president-traian-basescu-talks-to-the-local-people-in-rosia-montana/ [RO] http://respectrosiamontana.wordpress.com/2011/09/01/presedintele-traian-basescu-discuta-cu-oamenii-din-rosia-montana/
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a small stream coming from a mine situated near Rosia Montana
 
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Note: the dissolution of pyrite makes the color of the water turn red.
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SAVE ROSIA MONTANA: Global Solidarity Protest - October 20th, Toronto, Canada
 
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Members of Canada Save Rosia Campaign in Toronto gathered in Nathan Philips Square to protest the support given by the Canadian government to Gabriel Resources' destructive Rosia Montana gold mine project in Romania and to collect signatures on a petition calling upon the Government of Canada to withdraw this support immediately.
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Romanians protest over gold mine
 
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A seventh night of protests have taken place in Romania over plans for Europe's largest open-cast... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/09/08/romanians-protest-over-gold-mine A seventh night of protests have taken place in Romania over plans for Europe's largest open-cast gold mine. The government approved a draft law, which allows for Canadian company, Gabriel Resources, to mine for the estimated 300 tons of gold and 1,600 tons of silver at the town of Rosia Montana in western Transylvania. Over 1,000 people gathered at Bucharest's University Square on Saturday night. One protest said "it had been spontaneous" and he "enjoys that type of demonstration". He adds that "the majority of people there are young and can't be manipulated." The campaign against mining at Rosia Montana began in the 1990s with environmentalists saying the plan would destroy villages and ancient Roman sites. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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Din istoria aurului Daciei 'From the history of Dacia's gold' (Rosia Montana) part 1
 
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Din istoria aurului Daciei 'From the history of Dacia's gold' (Rosia Montana) part 1 ("An Evaluation of the Environmental Impact Assessment Report for the Rosia Montana Project with an Emphasis on Archeological and Cultural Patrimony Issues" by H. I. Ciugudean "....THE BASELINE STUDY ON THE NATIONAL CULTURAL PATRIMONY has been written by STANTEC CONSULTING, a company which is not officially accredited to do research on the evaluation and conservation of the cultural patrimony -- mobile and immobile - in Romania. This fact casts serious concerns about the validity of much of information in the report or the assessments made therein. The latter contains incomplete or inaccurate information as well as subjective and biased appraisals that have a negative impact on an accurate reading of the significance of the cultural patrimony in Rosia Montana in the national and global contexts. Therefore, the references to the pre-roman period, in the introductory chapter (vol 6, p. 7) do not include information about the prehistoric discoveries made in the village's surrounding areas, thus creating the false impression that such marks do not exist there. It is also stated, in a tendentious manner, that researches have not produced evidence about the presence of the Dacians in Rosia Montana although in the archeological site's file, card # 9 about the Orlea Massive very old mining works are identified close to the surface, out of which a wooden post has been dated, using the C14 method, in the interval 50 BC-80 AD (volume 6, annex 1, p. 222), so belonging precisely to the Dacian age. Other data collected from the Carnic Massive, using the radio-carbon method that are also indicative of the Dacian age (3rd century BC- 1st century AD) are negatively commented in chapter 4. 9 of the Assessment Report (p. 22) although they have been published and were commented upon by the French archeological mining team in the first volume of the Alburnus Maior series. The subchapter on the cultural landscape is written with the clear intention to minimize the value of the Rosia Montana area....." "...The research of ancient mining works in the Carnic Massive has lead to the uncovering of 7 km of ancient galleries and patrimony elements with unique value like the roman exploration gallery with 125 steps, judged to be an "impressive mining work" by the BASELINE STUDY (vol. 6, p. 87). However, such elements have not been included in the protected area which proves that the project titleholder has not considered the correct application of the possible-variants-principle, and a subsequent change of location (i.e. of the open mine) to allow for "in situ" conservation....") "Acesta este cazul ansamblului istoricoarheologic Alburnus Maior, care este in cvasi-totalitate suprapus de "amprenta" proiectului minier. RMGC este din pornire "predestinata" sa distruga 95% dintre vestigiile romane de la Rosia Montana. Exploatarea minereului aurifer in cariera condamna, intr-adevar, la disparitie masivele Carnic, Cetate, Jig-Vaidoaia, Tarina si Orlea, adica tocmai locurile unde sunt localizate galeriile romane. O pierdere la fel de mare, de asemenea ireparabila, este distrugerea peisajului cultural, natural-istoric,..." (Mircea Babes) In vremea ministeriatului Theodorescu, din CNA au fost inlaturati mai multi oponenti ai proiectului, precum prof. dr. Ioan Piso, dr. Ioana Bogdan-Cataniciu, conf. dr. Mihai Irimia sau regretatul dr. Niculae Conovici, iar masivul Carnic a fost scos de sub protectia legii (M.Babes) ".....Una dintre problemele cele mai controversate la ora actuala privind mineritul preroman in zona Rosiei Montane se refera la posibilitatea existentei unui minerit subteran in perioada dacica. Judecand dupa marimea prazilor in metal pretios ridicate de romani din Dacia, este evident ca mineritul aurifer a fost practicat intens in ultimele secole de existenta ale regatului dac i-a permis sa emita nu doar monede din argint, asa cum au facut si celtii, dar si monede de aur, celebrii "kosoni"..." (H.I. Ciugudean). " ... Lungimea lucrarilor subterane de la Rosia Montana n-a putut fi banuita pana in urma cu 2--3 ani, cand misiunea franceza a ajuns sa carteze doar in masivul Carnic peste 5 km de galerii romane, fara insa ca cercetarea lor sa se fi incheiat, alte vaste lucrari identificate in zona Orlea, Paru-Carpeni si Catalina-Monulest asteptand sa fie si ele explorate in viitor. Cea mai impresionanta lucrare ramane insa galeria descendenta din Carnic, prevazuta cu 125 de trepte cioplite in stanca, care a starnit admiratia arheologilor francezi si romani, nu insa si pe cea a "specialistilor" Ministerului Culturii si Cultelor, acestia acceptand cu seninatate "descarcarea" si, implicit, distrugerea acestui monument cu caracter de unicat in intregul Imperiu Roman...." (Ciugudean)
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