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Ecosystem restoration/reforestation of open mine dumps and landfills with Groasis
 
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Find more info at www.groasis.com. In 2012, Groasis implemented an ecosystem restoration project of an open mine dump. It is an open mine landfill of a slate mine in Abejera de Tábara, near Zamora, Spain. The trees are planted with the biodegradable bio-plastic Waterboxx® plant cocoon. The waste of the mine is poured on a huge mountain. A layer of 1 meter of soil mixed with stones is applied to this. The trees were planted with the biodegradable Waterboxx® plant cocoon in 2012. Unlike the 10-time reusable green-white Waterboxx®, the biodegradable Waterboxx® has a camouflage sandy colour. The trees have had water once during planting. The Waterboxxes work great. They have been catching morning dew and rain already for 5 consecutive years. The water is stored in the Waterboxx®, in such a way that it cannot evaporate, and is slowly released to the tree. Over 60% of the trees grow amazing. In this way, we can restore all open mine landfills, very cheaply, in their original natural state. --- Encuentre más información en www.groasis.com/es. En 2012, Groasis implementó un proyecto de restauración de ecosistemas de un vertedero de minas abierto. Es un relleno de mina abierta de una mina de pizarra en Abejera de Tábara, cerca de Zamora, España. Los árboles se plantan con el biodegradable bioplastico Waterboxx® plant cocoon. La basura de la mina se vierte en una montaña enorme. Se aplica una capa de 1 metro de suelo mezclado con piedras. Los árboles fueron plantados con el biodegradable Waterboxx® plant cocoon en 2012. A diferencia del Waterboxx® verde-blanco que es reutilizable de 10 veces, el Waterboxx® biodegradable tiene un color arenoso de camuflaje. Los árboles han tenido agua una vez durante la siembra. Los Waterboxxes funcionan de maravilla. Han estado atrapando el rocío y la lluvia por cinco años consecutivos. El agua se almacena en el Waterboxx®, de manera que no se evapore, y se libera lentamente al árbol. Más del 60% de los árboles crecen increíblemente. De esta manera, podemos restaurar todos los vertederos abiertos de las minas, a un precio muy bajo, en su estado natural original. --- Encontre mais informações em www.groasis.com/pt . Em 2012, a Groasis implementou um projeto de restauração de um ecossistema de um depósito de minas aberto. É um aterro de mina aberto de uma mina de ardósia em Abejera de Tábara, perto de Zamora, na Espanha. As árvores são plantadas com o bio-plástico biodegradável Waterboxx® plant cocoon. O lixo da mina é derramado em uma enorme montanha. Uma camada de 1 metro de solo misturado com pedras é aplicada a este. As árvores foram plantadas com o biodegradável Waterboxx® plant cocoon em 2012. Ao contrário do Waterboxx® verde-branco reutilizável de 10 vezes, o Waterboxx® biodegradável possui uma cor arenosa de camuflagem. As árvores já tiveram água uma vez durante o plantio. Os Waterboxxes funcionam bem. Eles já estão pegando orvalho da manhã e chuva por 5 anos consecutivos. A água é armazenada no Waterboxx®, de tal forma que não pode evaporar, e é lentamente liberada para a árvore. Mais de 60% das árvores crescem incríveis. Desta forma, podemos restaurar todos os aterros de mina abertos, muito barato, em seu estado natural original. --- Trouvez plus d'informations sur www.groasis.com/fr . En 2012, Groasis a mis en œuvre un projet de restauration de l'écosystème d'une décharge à ciel ouvert. C'est une décharge à ciel ouvert d'une mine d'ardoise à Abejera de Tábara, près de Zamora, en Espagne. Les arbres sont plantés avec le bio-plastique biodégradable Waterboxx® plant cocoon. Le gaspillage de la mine est versé sur une énorme montagne. Une couche de 1 mètre de sol mélangé à des pierres y est appliquée. Les arbres ont été plantés avec le biodégradable Waterboxx® plant cocoon en 2012. Contrairement au Waterboxx® vert-blanc 10 fois réutilisable, le Waterboxx® biodégradable a une couleur sablée camouflée. Les arbres ont eu de l'eau une fois pendant la plantation. Les Waterboxx® fonctionnent très bien. Ils ont attrapé la rosée du matin et la pluie déjà pendant 5 années consécutives. L'eau est stockée dans le Waterboxx®, de manière à ce qu'elle ne puisse pas s'évaporer et soit lentement relâchée à l'arbre. Plus de 60% des arbres poussent incroyablement bien. De cette façon, nous pouvons restaurer toutes les décharges à ciel ouvert, à très bon marché, dans leur état naturel d'origine.
Reclaiming the Future  Reforestation in Appalachia
 
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How the Appalachian Regional Reforestation Initiative and Green Forests Work plant thriving trees on mine sites
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Strip Mine Reforestation - Pike County Kentucky
 
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Volunteers planting native hardwood trees on a former mountaintop removal strip mine site with Green Forests Work and the Appalachian Regional Reforestation Iniative. The mountaintop was removed by coal companies about 10 or 20 years ago, but the land was not reforested properly - only grass, weeds and a few trees grew here. Volunteers are from the University of Kentucky, Alice Lloyd College and Berea College.
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Mine rehabilitation: an ecological rehabilitation case study at Mount Owen Mine, Hunter Valley, NSW
 
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A Glencore case study in mining environmental management: mining rehabilitation work at old coal mine sites in our Hunter Valley mine in New South Wales, Australia. Our innovative mine rehabilitation programme at Mount Owen mine aims for best practice environmental management in mining. We believe that our successes at this site makes us a leader in mine rehabilitation in New South Wales, if not further afield. Many site rehabilitation techniques developed through our research programme are now being circulated throughout the coal mining industry. We have already established reforestation cover over rehabilitated areas, in a process that first began in 1998; we are currently working on creating habitats to encourage the return of local fauna, including endangered species such as the spotted tail quoll. In March 2015 the Mt Owen mine site was visited by delegates from 12 developing nations, from the International Mining For Development Centre (IM4DC). This was a partnership between the Australian federal government and the Universities of Western Australia and Queensland, intended to deliver best practice in rehabilitation of land to developing nations. They were accompanied by Professor David Mulligan from the University of Queensland. For more information about our rehabilitation of mines and activities at this site, visit http://mtowencomplex.com.au/EN/biodiversityandlandmanagement/Pages/Rehabilitation.aspx
Views: 6389 Glencore
How are trees helping farmers and how does that help CO2 Australia?
 
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Elise Margaritis from CO2 Australia shares her view on marketing landholder participation in forest carbon sinks. http://www.co2australia.com.au/
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'Bare minimum' rehabilitation plan for mine
 
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Aerial footage supplied by the Lock the Gate Alliance shows the site of the former Ebenezer coalmine near Ipswich – which will remain a cratered landscape after the Queensland government accepted a rehabilitation plan from the site's current owner A readymade garbage dump: Queensland allows 'bare minimum' mine rehab https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/apr/27/a-readymade-garbage-dump-queensland-allows-bare-minimum-mine-rehab Subscribe to Guardian News ► http://bit.ly/guardianwiressub Support the Guardian ► https://theguardian.com/supportus The Guardian ► https://www.theguardian.com The Guardian YouTube network: The Guardian ► www.youtube.com/theguardian Owen Jones talks ► http://bit.ly/subsowenjones Guardian Football ► http://is.gd/guardianfootball Guardian Sport ► http://bit.ly/GDNsport Guardian Culture ► http://is.gd/guardianculture Guardian Science and Tech ► http://is.gd/guardiantech
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Carbon Canaries - "No More Carbon Mining"
 
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The Carbon Canaries are a singing group formed on the Queensland Sunshine Coast who are passionate about communicating the climate change message through song, and we would love you to join us. We are fortunate in having Maleny singer Jenny Fitzgibbon writing great climate action lyrics to well known songs that are easy to sing along to. We need a new way to connect with people on the climate change issue. A way that tackles the serious issues but at the same time enables people to come together with joy and energy for a common cause. So we are going to sing about it! And ask people to sing along with us. Contact us at [email protected]
Views: 33 Vivien Griffin
Greening Deserts Sustainable Projects
 
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Greening Deserts is an economical, educational, cultural, social, scientific and sustainable project to reduce desertification and global warming. http://www.greening-deserts.com Greening Deserts sustainable agriculture and greenhouse farming projects using classical greening or gardening methods but also new and alternative techniques like hydroponics, permaculture and vermaculture. Greening Deserts projects are for arid or dry, hot or cold regions. We offer also professional greening services and solutions for coastal, subtropical, cold and semi-arid areas nearby water sources like lakes, rivers, seas or oceans! Download the official press releases and media package: http://www.greeningdeserts.com/greeningdeserts_media.zip Feel free to use and share the material. The project is in development, non profit, NGO (at the moment) and needs any support in this stage! If you can’t spend money but want help a bit, you can share, like and comment, give constructive advises, recommendations or suggestions. General information: Greening Deserts or dry areas with sustainable irrigation and renewable energy. Using filtered ocean water, sharing systems overground and underground. Special desert plants can produce fast topsoil and create partwise shadows for plants around. Another great idea is to use bamboo water pipelines to reach dry areas or far regions. We have long time this idea now it is time to realise! We want to start everywhere it’s possible to get back topsoil, especially in dry countries like Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Spain, Lebanon, Syria, Saudia Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Iran, Pakistan, India, China, etc. To accelerate the process professional greenhouses will be installed and newest sustainable cultivation techniques like permaculture will be used. The project starts primarily near coasts with building Greening Camps, a kind of farm with greenhouses and containers, tents or huts. We do not just want to build Greening Camps, parks and whole woods, we also doing scientific research and want to develop better irrigation and cultivation techniques in our lab and on site. Greening Deserts projects are also good for refugee camps. Refugees can be integrated into the greening process, building greenhouses for food, medicine and forestation of parks and woods. They could create their own healthy environment and supply. We wrote detailed articles about this theme. The fields of horticulture, agriculture and forestry play a special role in the Greening Deserts research projects of the greening camps and research camps, so these areas are not only researched and developed but also documented and mediated. On the basis of practical and theoretical work and examples, old and new possibilities for opencast mining and post-mining landscapes are presented, improved and further developed. The first set-up of the greening campaign in the opencast mine area of Leipzig (opencast mining desert), is to create a multi-layered garden and park with test fields for regional, domestic and country-specific plant species and special species from all over the world. In greenhouses, in addition to plant breeding (young plants, cuttings or seedlings), possible environmental and climatic conditions are also simulated, in separate areas, rooms or boxes. As also described in other parts of the concept, the focus is on the research and optimization of different types, types of bodies, lighting and irrigation methods. The improvement of soil production, soil quality and plant growth is another important focus. The processes (irrigation, light and nutrient distribution) can be further optimized through effective and economical energy and resource consumption. These are also tasks and objectives for the sustainable greening and management of all sorts of barren and dry areas or landscapes. Since pioneer plants populate the landscape relatively quickly in most open-cast mining plants, thus loosening and ventilating the soils, it is easier to create new plantings such as garden plants, parks and mixed forests (mixed forests). This also results in further possibilities for future landscape design, such as, for example, experimental gardening, gardening, creative and artistic design of green areas and landscape parks. Visit the official pages for more information. Support also other sustainable projects like Desert Rice Cultivation, Desert Bamboo Project und Green Ring Africa. We can do much more greening services, also in cities, check our connected projects and contact us for more information or if you are really interested to work with us. Maybe you want to join our reseach team?
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Environmental Land Rehabilitation
 
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www.totalspoils.com for your Environmental Land Rehabilitation. Total Spoils specialise in Dargline Spoil & Waste Dump Shaping & Profiling for Environmental Rehabilitation
Coal Mine Rehabilitation in the Bowen Basin
 
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Mine rehabilitation from the nose of a UAV
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Loading Operations Philippine Coal Mine
 
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One of those production days in Coal Mining in Philippines. Machines are Komatsu PC3000s and Komatsu HD785s.
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Protecting landholders from coal & gas mining
 
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Senator Rachel Siewert, Australian Greens agriculture spokesperson, speaks to Greens' Senator Larissa Waters Landholders' Right to Refuse (Gas and Coal) Bill 2013, which would provide Australian landholders the right to refuse the undertaking of gas and coal mining activities on their land without prior authorisation.
Australian aid for de-mining in Sri Lanka
 
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Land mines are a lethal legacy of Sri Lanka's civil conflict. Australian aid has contributed to de-mining since the end of the conflict. Sri Lanka is continuing to de-mine areas of land in Northern Province, with a target to finish by 2020.
Agata Project Video
 
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The Agata Project is TVIRD's first foray into Nickel and is the third project that the company brought on-stream within ten years of operating its flagship Canatuan gold-silver / copper-zinc mines. The project likewise positions the company among the Philippines' major nickel producers and further expands the country's leadership in nickel production.
The 90 day challenge to protect our climate!
 
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Instead of getting on with phasing out polluting fuels and harvesting clean energy from sun, wind and waves – the Turnbull Government is pandering to the coal and gas lobby and actively blocking the transition. They want to hand over a billion dollars of public money for Adani’s giant coal mine, put polluting coal and gas in our clean energy target and keep NSW’s oldest, dirtiest power station, Liddell, open past its used by date. They’ve even given AGL CEO, Andy Vesey, an ultimatum – keep the dirty Liddell plant open or come up with an alternative energy plan in 90 days – something PM Turnbull and Abbott haven’t done in the last four years! PM Turnbull has given Andy a 90 day challenge so we’ve created our own 90 day challenge. For 90 days, we’ll ramp up the pressure on Andy to make sure he shuts Liddell. And we’ll demand Bill Shorten stands strong on clean energy and doesn’t let PM Turnbull take us backwards. Will you take the 90 day challenge so we can stop damage to our climate and repower Australia with sun, wind and waves? If our business and political leaders stand strong on clean energy, the Turnbull Government will have no choice but to fall into line. TAKE THE CHALLENGE NOW: www.acf.org.au/energy_transformation
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Glencore’s Mangoola mine is developing natural landform in its mine overburden rehabilitation.
 
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Glencore’s Mangoola Open Cut mine in the Upper Hunter region of NSW is developing natural landform in its mine overburden rehabilitation. What’s believed to be the largest project of its type in the region will see the mine’s entire pit disturbance area returned to landform and vegetation consistent with surrounding undisturbed land. The mining operation is surrounded by undulating hills from the Hunter River to the east to sandstone escarpments to the west. Traditional overburden rehabilitation techniques use uniform slope angles and flat top dumps (or hills) with contour drains and drop structures to manage water flow down the slopes. Although this style of rehabilitation met the mine’s approval conditions, it was not considered an appropriate fit for the landscape surrounding Mangoola. Following a successful natural landform trial in December 2012, the mine revised final landform plans for the entire disturbance footprint. To date, the natural landform rehabilitation covers 142ha, with an additional 45ha to be completed in 2015. A total of 1300 hectares of natural landform has been incorporated into Mangoola’s mining plans. Due to the success at Mangoola, Glencore is progressing the natural landform rehabilitation initiative at other sites, including its Ravensworth and Bulga open cut operations.
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Local communities work to prevent deforestation
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Zoom in Mount Gorongosa 2. Various evergreen rainforest 3. Pan misty mountain 4. Wide shot of farmer using the slash and burn method of agriculture 5. Pan of forest tree 6. Pan forest to agricultural land 7. Close up spider web 8. Mid shot mountain river 9. Tilt down tree 10. Pan - mountain waterfall 11. SOUNDBITE (English): Richard Beilfuss, Hydrologist and Scientific Advisor, Gorongosa National Park: 'What we'd expect to see over time with an increase in deforestation, if that were to happen here, would be more water accumulating rapidly during the flood season, especially January, February, during the peak of the rainfall month - December to some extent. And then that water draining fairly quickly from the park and then evaporating during the dry season. And over time we would expect to see drier conditions during the dry season than we now experience where we have that sort of slow sustained water input throughout the year.' 11. Wide shot mountain veld 12. Various farmer using slash and burn method 13. Midshot fire 14. Close up burnt ground after a fire 15. Wideshot of a hut and agricultural plot 16. Various slash and burn method 17. SOUNDBITE (ChiGorongosa): Raymondo Mirione, farmer: 'I have another agricultural plot, but I am opening up this one because my other plot doesn't have good soil. After two years of growing maize on this plot I will go back to my other plot. So I will alternate between the two.' 18. Various community leader talking with project workers 20. SOUDBITE (ChiGorongosa): Amadeu Simabare Furai, Community Leader, Nhancuco: 'There will be many advantages to come in the future, because we are replanting trees in the mountain, and saving the mountain's forests. The conservation project also provides employment for people in the community.' 21. Various nursery 22. Various man leaving nursery with sapling 23. Midshot Nhancuco community members 24. Wide shot of eco-tourism guide Castro Dolis Moneis 25. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese): Castro Dolis Moneis, Eco-tourism guide: 'We decided to plant these trees because we realised that if this area keeps being used as agricultural land, we will encounter problems with erosion. We discussed this with the farmer who cleared this area and he has agreed not come back again next year. He will leave the area so these trees can grow.' 26. Cutaway - seedling 27. Tracking shot of Reforestation Programme Manager Regina Cruz walking 28. Close up of flattened crops 29. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese): Regina Cruz, Reforestation Programme Manager: 'In this way people don't need to need to cut down more trees, or open up new areas of agriculture in forested areas, but rather use the same plot for many years.' 30. Pan of Reforestation Programme Manager Regina Cruz walking away 31. Wideshot tourist walks on mountain 32. Wideshot treetops 33. Close up dew on leaf LEAD IN: The environment is facing ever increasing pressure from the growth in world population. As a result deforestation is growing globally which in turn affects complex ecosystems. In central Mozambique ways are being found to work with local communities to find alternatives to continued deforestation. STORYLINE Mount Gorongosa in central Mozambique is renowned for its moist evergreen rainforest, home to a rich diversity of plant and animal species. Many of these species are endemic to this mountain. According to forest ecologist, Dr Tom Muller, the 28 kilometre wide mountain south of the Zambezi river is the largest continuous area of the Afromontane forest in southern Africa. However, due to the encroaching human population, the forest is rapidly disappearing to make way for subsistence agriculture. These forest trees take several hundred years to reach maturity. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/549dd4fa727324d0f137aa0d11e9a62d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Reforestation in the Philippines | Global 3000
 
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The Philippine island of Panay suffered severe damage as a result of last year's Typhoon Haiyan. Although the storm left the ancient trees largely unscathed, younger forests and many agricultural areas were devastated. Read more: http://www.dw.de/program/global-3000/s-11487-9798
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Garbage dump restoration through reforestation in Valladolid Spain with Groasis
 
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Find more info at www.groasis.com . Garbage dumps have no soil below. In countries with little rain, there is no water, no capillary system, below. The underground consists of plastic, metals, stones and biomaterial. The dump produces methane gas that is poisonous for the roots. So it is very difficult to do ecosystem restoration. This video from 2017 shows a plantation in Valladalid on a garbage dump, done in 2012. The differences in height, caused by mentioned reasons, are big, but the survival rate of the planting is almost 100%. Garbage dumps can be restored with the Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology. --- Encuentre más información en www.groasis.com/es . Los botaderos de basura no tienen suelo debajo. En países con poca lluvia, a continuación no hay agua ni sistema capilar. El subsuelo consiste en plástico, metales, piedras y biomateriales. El vertedero produce gas metano que es venenoso para las raíces. Entonces es muy difícil hacer la restauración del ecosistema. Este video de 2017 muestra una plantación en Valladalid en un vertedero de basura, realizada en 2012. Las diferencias en altura, causadas por los motivos mencionados, son grandes, pero la tasa de supervivencia de la siembra es casi del 100%. Los vertederos de basura se pueden restaurar con la Tecnología Ecología de Ahorro de Agua Groasis. --- Encontre mais informações em www.groasis.com/pt . Os lixões não têm piso embaixo. Em países com pouca chuva, não existe sistema aquático ou capilar. O subsolo consiste em plástico, metais, pedras e biomateriais. O aterro produz gás metano que é venenoso para as raízes. Portanto, é muito difícil restaurar o ecossistema. Este vídeo de 2017 mostra uma plantação em Valladalid em um lixo, feito em 2012. As diferenças de altura, causadas pelos motivos mencionados, são grandes, mas a taxa de sobrevivência de semeadura é de quase 100%. Os despejos de lixo podem ser restaurados com a Tecnologia Ecologia de Economia de Agua Groasis. --- Trouvez plus d'informations sur www.groasis.com/fr. Les décharges d'ordures n'ont aucun plancher dessous. Dans les pays avec peu de pluie, il n'y a pas d'eau ou de système capillaire. Le sous-sol est composé de plastique, de métaux, de pierres et de biomatériaux. La décharge produit du méthane qui est toxique pour les racines. Il est donc très difficile de restaurer l'écosystème. Cette vidéo de 2017 montre une plantation à Valladalid dans une décharge, réalisée en 2012. Les différences de hauteur, dues aux raisons évoquées, sont importantes, mais le taux de survie des plantations est proche de 100%. Les décharges peuvent être restaurées grâce à la Technologie Ecologique d'Economie d'Eau Groasis. --- Vind meer info op www.groasis.com/nl. Vuilnisbelten hebben geen bodem eronder. In landen met weinig regen is er geen water, geen capillair systeem, hieronder. De ondergrond bestaat uit plastic, metalen, stenen en biomateriaal. De stortplaats produceert methaangas dat giftig is voor de wortels. Het is dus erg moeilijk om ecosysteemherstel uit te voeren. Deze video van 2017 toont een plantage in Valladalid op een vuilnisbelt, gedaan in 2012. De hoogteverschillen, veroorzaakt door genoemde redenen, zijn groot, maar het overlevingspercentage van de aanplant is bijna 100%. Vuilnisbelten kunnen worden hersteld met de Groasis Ecologische Waterbesparende Technologie. --- العثور على مزيد من المعلومات في www.groasis.com. ولا يوجد في التربة أي تربة من القمامة. في البلدان التي تعاني من أمطار قليلة، لا يوجد ماء، لا نظام شعري، أدناه. تحت الأرض يتكون من البلاستيك والمعادن والحجارة والمواد الحيوية. ينتج التفريغ غاز الميثان الذي هو سامة للجذور. لذلك من الصعب جدا القيام باستعادة النظم الإيكولوجية. يظهر هذا الفيديو من عام 2017 مزرعة في فالاداليد على تفريغ القمامة، القيام به في عام 2012. الاختلافات في الارتفاع، الناجمة عن الأسباب المذكورة، كبيرة، ولكن معدل البقاء على قيد الحياة من زراعة ما يقرب من 100٪. يمكن استعادة القمامة النفايات مع غرواسيس البيئية توفير المياه التكنولوجيا.
The Capillary drill to reforest and combat desertification in Castelltallat (Spain)
 
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The Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology has developed the capillary drill. The capillary drill, as seen on this video, makes it possible to make fast and safe planting holes to plant with the Waterboxx or Growboxx in dry and eroded areas. Making planting holes is labour intensive and when the temperatures rise till 40C it is almost impossible. With the capillary drill you can make fast planting holes without damaging the capillary structure in the ground. When you plant with the Waterboxx and/or Growboxx, you can plant trees (in combination with shrubs, vegetables or flowers) in a water saving way. Even in the desert of Dubai it will become possible to plant trees with 90% less water and a survival rate of +90%! The capillary drill on this video is a prototype. The last version of the capillary drill is different. It works 5 times faster and weights half of this machine. To learn more about the capillary drill and about the Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology, please go to www.groasis.com. ---- La technologie d'économie d'eau écologique de Groasis a développé la perceuse capillaire. Le foret capillaire, tel que vu sur cette vidéo, permet de réaliser des trous de plantation rapides et sécurisés avec Plantboxx ou Growboxx dans des zones sèches et érodées. Faire des trous de plantation nécessite beaucoup de travail et, lorsque les températures augmentent jusqu'à 40 ° C, c'est presque impossible. Avec la perceuse capillaire, vous pouvez faire des trous de plantation rapide sans endommager la structure capillaire dans le sol. Lorsque vous plantez avec Waterboxx et / ou Growboxx, vous pouvez planter des arbres (en combinaison avec des arbustes, des légumes ou des fleurs) de manière à économiser l'eau. Même dans le désert de Dubaï, il sera possible de planter des arbres avec 90% moins d'eau et un taux de survie de + 90%! Le foret capillaire sur cette vidéo est un prototype. La dernière version de la perceuse capillaire est différente. Il fonctionne 5 fois plus vite et mesure la moitié de cette machine. --- A Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology desenvolveu a broca capilar. A broca capilar, como visto neste vídeo, torna possível fazer furos de plantio rápido e seguro para plantar com o Waterboxx ou Growboxx em áreas secas e erodidas. Fazendo buracos de plantação é trabalho intensivo e quando as temperaturas subir até 40C é quase impossível. Com a broca capilar você pode fazer furos de plantio rápido sem danificar a estrutura capilar no chão. Quando você planta com o Waterboxx e / ou Growboxx, você pode plantar árvores (em combinação com arbustos, legumes ou flores) de uma forma de poupança de água. Mesmo no deserto de Dubai, será possível plantar árvores com 90% menos de água e uma taxa de sobrevivência de + 90%! A broca capilar neste vídeo é um protótipo. A última versão da broca capilar é diferente. Funciona 5 vezes mais rápido e pesa metade desta máquina. ---- De Groasis Ecologische Waterbesparende Technologie heeft de capillaire boor ontwikkeld. De capillaire boor, zoals te zien op deze video, maakt het mogelijk om snel en veilig plantgaten te planten met de Waterboxx of Growboxx in droge en geërodeerde gebieden te maken. Het maken van plantgaten is arbeidsintensief en wanneer de temperatuur stijgt tot 40°C is het bijna onmogelijk. Met de capillaire boor kan je snel plantgaten te maken zonder de capillaire structuur in de grond te beschadigen. Wanneer je plant met de Waterboxx en/of Growboxx kun je bomen (in combinatie met struiken, groenten of bloemen) op een waterbesparende manier planten. Zelfs in de woestijn van Dubai zal het mogelijk worden om bomen met 90% minder water en een overlevingspercentage van + 90% te planten! De capillaire boor op deze video is een prototype. De laatste versie van de capillaire boor is anders. Het werkt 5 maal sneller en het weegt ongeveer de helft van deze machine. ---- La tecnología ecológica de ahorro de agua Groasis ha desarrollado el taladro capilar. El taladro capilar, como se ve en este video, hace posible hacer orificios de plantación rápidos y seguros para plantar con el Waterboxx o Growboxx en áreas secas y erosionadas. La fabricación de los agujeros de la plantación es trabajo intensivo y cuando las temperaturas suben hasta 40C es casi imposible. Con el taladro capilar usted puede hacer los agujeros de la plantación rápidos sin dañar la estructura capilar en la tierra. Cuando usted planta con el Waterboxx y / o Growboxx, puede plantar árboles (en combinación con arbustos, verduras o flores) de una manera de ahorro de agua. Incluso en el desierto de Dubai será posible plantar árboles con un 90% menos de agua y una tasa de supervivencia de + 90%! El ejercicio capilar en este video es un prototipo. La última versión del simulador capilar es diferente. Funciona 5 veces más rápido y pesa la mitad de esta máquina.
Anti-desertification through agroforestry and reforestation in Spain with Groasis
 
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Waterboxx very successful in Spain anti-desertification through agroforestry and reforestation Groasis – a high tech agricultural company from Holland - sells the low cost Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology. The Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology helps to plant trees and vegetables with 99% less water use English: More info about the Groasis Waterboxx at www.groasis.com. Spain has 10 million hectares of unproductive land. The land turns into desert like areas. With the Groasis Waterboxx we can plant productive trees. Without the use of irrigation. We can also start reforestation. Without using precious water. With the Groasis Waterboxx we use over 99% less water than with irrigation. The planted trees have – despite extreme weather circumstances – over 90% chance to survive. This Life+ ‘The Green Deserts’ project is subsidized by the European Union. --- Nederlands: Meer info over de Groasis Waterboxx op www.groasis.com/nl . Spanje heeft 10 miljoen hectare onproductief land. Het land verandert in woestijnachtige gebieden. Met de Groasis Waterboxx kunnen we productieve bomen te planten zonder het gebruik van irrigatie. We kunnen ook herbebossen. Zonder gebruik van kostbaar water. Met de Groasis Waterboxx gebruiken we over 99% minder water dan met irrigatie. De geplante bomen hebben – ondanks de extreme omstandigheden - meer dan 90% overlevingskans. Dit Life + ‘The Green Deserts’ project wordt gesubsidieerd door de Europese Unie. --- Español: Más información sobre el Groasis Waterboxx en www.groasis.com/es. España tiene 10 millones de hectáreas de tierras improductivas. La tierra se convierte en areas de desierto. Con el Groasis Waterboxx podemos plantar árboles productivos. Sin el uso de riego. También podemos iniciar la reforestación. Sin el uso de agua preciosa. Con el Groasis Waterboxx usamos más de un 99% menos de agua que con el riego. Los árboles plantados tienen - a pesar de las circunstancias climáticas extremas - más del 90% de posibilidades de sobrevivir. Este proyecto Life+ 'Los Desiertos Verdes' está subvencionado por la Unión Europea. --- Português: Mais informações sobre o Groasis Waterboxx em www.groasis.com/pt. Espanha tem 10 milhões de hectares de terras improdutivas. A terra se transforma em áreas de deserto. Com o Groasis Waterboxx podemos plantar árvores produtivas. Sem a utilização da irrigação. Nós também pode iniciar o reflorestamento. Sem o uso de água preciosa. Com o Groasis Waterboxx usamos mais de 99% menos água do que com irrigação. As árvores plantadas têm - apesar das circunstâncias meteorológicas extremas - mais de 90% de chance de sobreviver. Este projecto LIFE+ "Os Desertos Verdes" é subsidiado pela União Europeia. --- Français: Plus d'infos sur le Groasis Waterboxx au www.groasis.com/fr. Espagne a 10 millions d'hectares de terres improductives. La terre se transforme en zones de désert. Avec le Groasis Waterboxx nous pouvons planter des arbres productifs. Sans l'utilisation de l'irrigation. Nous pouvons également commencer le reboisement. Sans l'aide précieuse eau. Avec le Groasis Waterboxx nous utilisons plus de 99% moins d'eau que l'irrigation. Les arbres plantés ont - malgré des circonstances météorologiques extrêmes - plus de 90% de chances de survivre. Ce projet Life+ 'Les déserts verts’ est subventionné par l'Union européenne.
Waste Dump Revegetation
 
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Environmental rehabilitation is an important component of the Portia mining operation. In this video Havilah Resources MD, Dr. Chris Giles, explains how it is planned to progressively rehabilitate the overburden waste dump.
Views: 237 HavilahResources
Pioneer Fire Reforestation on the Boise National Forest
 
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Reforestation efforts, species considerations, and future operations after the Pioneer Fire on the Boise National Forest, Idaho.
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German Search Engine Funds Reforestation In Africa |Eco@Africa|
 
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For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com
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Greening Deserts Cospuden Lake Leipzig Tour
 
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Greening Deserts Tour at Cospuden Lake Leipzig in the New Lakeland, in German Cospudener See in der Leipziger Seenlandschaft (Neuseenland). These video clips were made during the countless discovery and reseach tours in the old opencast mining landscape in Saxonia. Since years we think about greening camps with professional greenhouses for dry and barren landscapes like in opencast mine deserts (Tagebauwüsten). We work and planning an extra research camp at the old opencast mine and new lakeland nearby Leipzig, Markleeberg and Zwenkau. We informed all responsible institutions, regional, national and Europe-wide - so far and good we could. Opportunities, innovations and positive developments of Greening Deserts projects are proved and documented. It is very important and urgent that the projects get all help or support so fast as possible to reduce negative Climate Change, Desertification and Global Warming by professional greening and forestation. The projects are not just for climate protection, they are also good for educational, cultural, social and scientific purposes. With the right financial support we can finaly build up the company or project structure, build a team and the first greening camp. Calling now again for international help. Waiting and waiting for real active support (especially financial) over a year now! Since years we work on innovative, sustainable and far-reaching projects for positive climate change and nature protection, education, solving food, housing and energy problems, reducing negative human-made climate change and global warming. Hope the times will change and people wake up finaly, especially the responsibles. Project Information: Greening Deserts is an economical, educational, cultural, social, scientific and sustainable project to reduce desertification and global warming. http://www.greening-deserts.com Greening Deserts sustainable agriculture and greenhouse farming projects using classical greening or gardening methods but also new and alternative techniques like hydroponics, permaculture and vermaculture. Greening Deserts projects are for arid or dry, hot or cold regions. We offer also professional greening services and solutions for coastal, subtropical, cold and semi-arid areas nearby water sources like lakes, rivers, seas or oceans! Greening Deserts or dry areas with sustainable irrigation and renewable energy. Using filtered ocean water, sharing systems overground and underground. Special desert plants can produce fast topsoil and create partwise shadows for plants around. Another great idea is to use bamboo water pipelines to reach dry areas or far regions. We have long time this idea now it is time to realise! We want to start everywhere it’s possible to get back topsoil, especially in dry countries like Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Spain, Lebanon, Syria, Saudia Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Iran, Pakistan, India, China, etc. To accelerate the process professional greenhouses will be installed and newest sustainable cultivation techniques like permaculture will be used. The project starts primarily near coasts with building Greening Camps, a kind of farm with greenhouses and containers, tents or huts. We do not just want to build Greening Camps, parks and whole woods, we also doing scientific research and want to develop better irrigation and cultivation techniques in our lab and on site. Greening Deserts projects are also good for refugee camps. Refugees can be integrated into the greening process, building greenhouses for food, medicine and forestation of parks and woods. They could create their own healthy environment and supply. We wrote detailed articles about this theme. The fields of horticulture, agriculture and forestry play a special role in the Greening Deserts research projects of the greening camps and research camps, so these areas are not only researched and developed but also documented and mediated. On the basis of practical and theoretical work and examples, old and new possibilities for opencast mining and post-mining landscapes are presented, improved and further developed. The first set-up of the greening campaign in the opencast mine area of Leipzig (opencast mining desert), is to create a multi-layered garden and park with test fields for regional, domestic and country-specific plant species and special species from all over the world. In greenhouses, in addition to plant breeding (young plants, cuttings or seedlings), possible environmental and climatic conditions are also simulated, in separate areas, rooms or boxes. Visit the official pages for more information. Support also other sustainable projects like Desert Rice Cultivation, Desert Bamboo Project und Green Ring Africa. Each constructive feedback, advices, suggestions, recommendations and support is always welcome!
Views: 4726 Greening Deserts
20 year old and young coal mine rehabilitation
 
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Old mine rehab dominated by buffel grass and reshaped landform being covered with topsoil prior to seeding
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Underground Coal Fire
 
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A coal fire underground near Hazard, Kentucky. A little mountain adventure.
Views: 5861 Gary Smith
The Boddington Hot Seaters - This is our story - TV Ad
 
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These mums are like gold for a goldmine. The 'Boddington Hot Seaters' are a group of lively mums (and one dad) who have dramatically increased production at the Boddington Gold Mine, 130 kilometres from Perth. Newmont Mining identified a large loss of production time occurring while fulltime equipment operators on twelve hour shifts took morning tea and lunch breaks. This was equating to thousands of tonnes of ore not being moved. In an inspired move, the Boddington management team decided to train and employ local women who were looking for work between 9am and 2pm, to relieve the fulltime operators. Danny Foley explains the concept: "Hot Seating is where you change equipment as quickly and safely as possible. It's one out and one in, and go." These mums certainly pull their weight, and then some. As Cathy points out, "Fully loaded, the trucks are about 500 tonne." Thankfully these monstrous machines are fully automatic and have as Cathy describes "a better turning circle than my ute." From an operational perspective the 'Mother's Shift', as it's known, covered the production downtime during the breaks of fulltime equipment operators, with an estimated 120 to 160 hours of equipment operational time gained. That equates to millions of dollars a year. But on a personal level, the job is priceless. As Louise says, "it's massive for me and my self confidence." Rochelle's daughter Jade has even noticed the change in her Mum. "It made her a lot more confident, I'm proud of her. And she's made a lot of friends." Importantly, the mums have gained industry training skills and experience while still being able to drop off and collect their kids from school. As Rochelle says, "To go to work when the kids are at school, knowing they're safe and happy - we are lucky." Kylie agrees, "It's nice to be able to pick them up from school. We're not missing out on anything with this job." Cathy chimes in with a smile, "Happy wife, happy life, there's no question about that." But let's not forget Patrick - he's the one bloke on the 'Mother's Shift', and he gets to drive these colossal machines around for a living -- making him one of the happiest home dads in the world! The move to employ locals won the '2012 Outstanding Company Initiative' award with the Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA (CMEWA) the 'Innovation in Training and Development' award with the Australian Mines and Minerals Association (AMMA) in May and was a finalist at the Australian Human Resource Industry Award. Despite all this recognition the Boddington Hot Seaters still have their priorities straight. Cathy puts it nicely, "my kids are worth more to me than a truck load of gold." Thanks to this great initiative from Australian Mining, she can give them all the attention they need. For more great stories from Australian Mining, please visit: http://www.thisisourstory.com.au
Views: 1580 AusMiningStory
How to green the world's deserts and reverse climate change | Allan Savory
 
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"Desertification is a fancy word for land that is turning to desert," begins Allan Savory in this quietly powerful talk. And terrifyingly, it's happening to about two-thirds of the world's grasslands, accelerating climate change and causing traditional grazing societies to descend into social chaos. Savory has devoted his life to stopping it. He now believes -- and his work so far shows -- that a surprising factor can protect grasslands and even reclaim degraded land that was once desert. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Groasis Waterboxx Life+ reforestation results in 7 extreme places in Spain
 
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Groasis – a high tech agricultural company from Holland - sells the low cost Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology. The Groasis Ecological Water Saving Technology helps to plant trees and vegetables with 99% less water use English You can find more information on our website www.groasis.com . Groasis participates in the Life+ "The Green Deserts" project. This project takes 5 years of investigation with 32,000 Groasis Waterboxxes. We cooperate with six Spanish partners and one Belgium partner. We plant on 7 extreme places in Spain. It is extreme hot, extreme cold, extreme dry, extreme rocky, we suffer from extreme winds and we plant on extreme slopes of mine sites. The experiments are done under the supervision of the University of Valladolid. The video shows how serious the scientists of the University of Valladolid work. It gives an excellent view of the results until now. Español Encontrará más información en nuestro sitio web www.groasis.com. Groasis participa en el proyecto Life+ "Los Desiertos Verdes". Este proyecto lleva 5 años de investigación con 32.000 Groasis Waterboxxes. Cooperamos con seis socios españoles y un socio de Belgica. Plantamos en 7 lugares extremos en España. Es, extremo caliente y seco, extremo frío, extremo rocoso, sufrimos de vientos extremos y también plantamos en extremas y dificiles pendientes de mineras. Los experimentos se llevan a cabo bajo la supervisión de la Universidad de Valladolid. El video muestra como serio los científicos de la Universidad de Valladolid trabajan. Le da una excelente vista de los resultados hasta ahora. Português Você pode encontrar mais informações quando visita o nosso website www.groasis.com. Groasis participa do projeto Life+ "Os Desertos Verdes". Este projeto leva 5 anos de pesquisa com 32.000 Waterboxxes de Groasis. Nós cooperamos com seis parceiros espanhol e umo da Bélgica. Nós plantamos em 7 lugares extremos em Espanha. É extremamente quente e seco, extremo frio, extremamente rochoso, sofrem de ventos extremos e plantamos em encostas extremas de minas. Os experimentos foram realizados sob a supervisão da Universidade de Valladolid. O vídeo mostra como os cientistas na Universidade de Valladolid trabalham muito sério. Ele dá uma excelente visão dos resultados até agora. Français Vous pouvez trouver plus d'informations sur notre site www.groasis.com. Groasis participe au projet Life+ "Les Déserts Verts". Ce projet prend 5 ans d'enquête avec 32.000 Groasis Waterboxxes. Nous coopérons avec les six partenaires espagnols et un partenaire de Belgique. Nous plantons 7 endroits extrêmes en Espagne. Il est extrême chaud, extrême froid, extrêmement sec, extrême rocheux, nous souffrons de vents extrêmes et nous plantons sur les pentes extrêmes de sites miniers. Les expériences sont réalisées sous la supervision de l'Université de Valladolid. La vidéo montre comment sérieux les scientifiques de l'Université de Valladolid font leur travail. Il donne une excellente vue sur les résultats jusqu'à présent. Nederlands U vindt meer informatie op onze website www.groasis.com. Groasis neemt deel aan het Life + project "The Green Deserts". Dit project is 5 jaar onderzoek met 32.000 Groasis Waterboxxes. Wij werken samen met zes Spaanse partners en een Belgische partner. We planten op 7 extreme plaatsen in Spanje. Het is extreem warm, extreem koud, extreem droog, extreem rotsachtig, we last hebben van extreme wind en we planten op extreem moeilijke mijnhellingen. De experimenten worden uitgevoerd onder toezicht van de Universiteit van Valladolid. De video laat zien hoe ernstig de wetenschappers van de Universiteit van Valladolid hun werk nemen. Het geeft een uitstekend zicht op de resultaten tot nu toe.
Rehabilitation Time Lapse Video - New Acland Mine
 
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New Hope is an industry leader in best practice rehabilitation, including the award-winning progressive rehabilitation at New Acland Mine. This time lapse video demonstrates the progressive rehabilitation of New Acland Mine from January 2014 to February 2016.
Views: 431 New Hope Group
Reforestation Commercial
 
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http://www.rueforestcontracting.com
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Innovative Mine Reclamation in Appalachia 2018-01-23 1:01PM
 
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Innovative Mine Reclamation in Appalachia Webinar: Tuesday January 23rd, 2018 at 1PM
Views: 128 AppalachianVoices
Idarado Mine Remediation – Horntvedt
 
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Idarado Mine Remediation – A Discussion of Remedial Alternatives and Developing a Viable Path Forward Devon Horntvedt, Worthington Miller Environmental San Juan Mining and Reclamation Conference May 25, 2017 Ouray, Colorado
Duterte Warns Miners: 'I Will Tax You to Death'
 
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned the country's mining industry July 24 to do a better job protecting the environment.
Achieving a net-positive effect on biodiversity
 
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We undertake careful reclamation and conservation work after mining is completed, with the goal of achieving a net-positive impact on biodiversity. Learn more about Teck’s approach to enhancing biodiversity at teck.com/AfterMining
Roger Atkins - This is our story - TV ad
 
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This country's most precious resource is our children, and Australian Mining is helping to unearth their talent. The man who's leading the charge is Roger Atkins. Roger used to drive trucks for a living, but after receiving his Bachelor of Education in 1991, he worked his way to becoming a School Principal in Gladstone. He's now the director of the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA), making Roger the headmaster of Australia's biggest school. Formed in 2005, the QMEA's focus is to help students develop successful careers in the mining industry. The QMEA is a partnership between the Queensland Government and the Queensland Resources Council, working across 34 state, independent and catholic Queensland schools, encompassing over 20,000 high school students. This partnership between school and industry is a world-first that offers Australian students a clear pathway from school to industry. The QMEA operates as a 'virtual' academy whose teams work directly with students and teachers to provide direct access to employment in the resources sector through programs and a niche curriculum across four different pathways - operator, trade, technical and professional. This provides not only the trades people and engineers of tomorrow, but also future HR professionals, environmental specialists, accountants, service staff and much more. As Roger says, "Through the QMEA, local high school students will now have the information, incentive and encouragement they need to forge rewarding careers in a world class local industry". This encouragement exists in the form of several innovative awards and scholarships Roger has introduced with the help of the mining industry. This year, six students were granted QMEA Awards, receiving $2000 scholarships to assist in future study and training in the resources industry. In fact, Roger has forged many firsts, ensuring school kids experience hands-on training by actually getting onto mining sites. This practical experience prior to leaving school has resulted in an 86% retention rate for QMEA apprentices versus the industry standard of 60%. Another great achievement of the QMEA is that it has helped revitalize regional areas by offering local kids long term career prospects in the area they grew up. The QMEA's expansion into the Surat Basin is the perfect example. "We are as excited as the school communities are in recognising the opportunities on offer." This includes various indigenous apprenticeships and traineeships. The area's bright future would not be possible without support from Australian Mining. As Roger says, "We are indebted to our three coal seam gas company sponsors -- Origin Energy, QGC and Santos -- for their significant vote of confidence in the region". The QMEA's success has continued with Xstrata Coal and Wandoan State School recently forming a partnership. The Wandoan Education Partnership is part of Xstrata Coal's commitment the region, providing $720,000 over three years to programs for students at the Wandoan and Taroom State Schools and Miles State High School. Three additional schools are set to come on board in the near future. It's this kind of co-operation between the education department and industry that will help prevent a skills shortage in the mining sector, providing jobs for plenty of Australians. Roger says it best; "there is no better fit for the future than home-grown talent and expertise." Twenty years ago, Roger Atkins drove trucks across the resource regions of Queensland. Now, with the help of Australian Mining, he's driving the future of Australia in the same area.
Views: 444 AusMiningStory
IFUGAO TRIBAL CHIEFTAIN IS OCEANAGOLD PHILIPPINES' TREE NURSERY SUPERVISOR
 
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An Ifugao Tribal Chieftain is Oceanagolds Tree Nursery Supervisor He works in Oceanagolds Didipio Gold Copper Projects tree nursery and leads other reforestation programs. He relates how OceanaGold makes a difference. Alfredo Dumingyay Sr., is a Tribal Chieftain from Ifugao province who has been living in Didipio Valley since 1972. He became a barangay captain from 1989-1994. Since 2004 up to present, he has been a senior leader within the Ifugao Community as Tribal Chieftain. In this role, he leads and conducts meetings of the Ifugao community and is highly respected by the townfolk. In an interview with Mang Alfredo he recollected that during the 60s and 70s, people from the Ifugao province came into the nearby province in North Luzon and settled in Barangay Didipio to look for a better livelihood. Not long after he started working in the Didipio Project, he realized the benefits that responsible mining can bring to the community. He also attended mining summits and training that broadened his knowledge on how responsible large-scale mining can operate without destroying the environment, but in many ways will enhance it. He saw the inception of OceanaGolds Didipio Project changing the life of the neighborhood. Major improvements within the community were greatly felt by the residents specifically through improved infrastructure. Mang Alfredo relayed that most of the unemployed residents have now acquired jobs in the project site. He is one of the residents who work at the Project. He worked as a Field Supervisor from 1991-2000 and since 2006 when the project resumed, he became a Sustainability Supervisor. He works in the nursery and leads other reforestation programs. He also monitors observance of the Clean Air and Water Act. He instructs laborers on proper ways of disposing oil to prevent spilling into the river and other safety measures to avoid environmental degradation and contamination. Meanwhile, when asked about the other changes in the community, he related that more students are being granted with scholarships through the OceanaGolds scholarship program. Mang Alfredos son whos taking up Environmental Science at Nueva Vizcaya State University became one of the scholarship grantees. He affirmed that sending children to schools is not a possibility in their family because they have no source of income. However, with the help of the Company, his son was able to experience the benefit of having a solid education.
Views: 2736 Richard Brown
DZMM TeleRadyo: Duterte wants new mining law: Pimentel
 
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President Rodrigo Duterte wants the current mining law repealed and replaced with provisions for higher taxes and rehabilitation, his stalwart in the Senate said Tuesday. Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Watch DZMM Teleradyo livestream on TFC.TV http://bit.ly/DZMMTeleradyo-TFCTV Visit our website at http://news.abs-cbn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
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phosphate rock processing plants
 
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Scrap the Open-Pit Mining Bill Ad
 
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Legislators in Madison are about to weaken the law and allow out-of-state mining companies to expose our families to deadly chemicals like mercury, lead, and arsenic. Get the facts behind the ad here: http://www.conservationvoters.org/images/pdf/glassfactcheck.pdf Donate to keep the ad on the air! https://www.thedatabank.com/dpg/273/spdf.asp?formid=MinAdDon Spot by Joe Slade White & Company
Views: 6566 wiconservation
PM will you go along with call for no new coal mines?
 
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Uhlmann: "The valley of death as some see it now is climate change. So how do you see coal fitting in to, Australia’s exports of coal there are people calling now for no new coal mines, and Prime Minister do you think you should go along with that call?"
Views: 41 TheAusInstitute
Sunshine Coast Solar Farm
 
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We are proud to be the first local government in Australia to build a solar farm to offset 100 percent of our electricity consumption. Delivering on our vision to be Australia's most sustainable region - healthy, smart, creative. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SunshineCoastCouncil Tweet us: https://twitter.com/CouncilSCC Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1fBxXA3 Sign up for daily news: http://sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
Massey Energy Safety Video From 2010 Bradbury Award Presentation
 
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Massey Energy Safety Video from 2010 Bradbury Award Presentation including interviews with previous winners. Also includes footage from Sentinels of Safety presentation, where Massey Energy received three awards from MSHA and NMA.
Views: 3398 MasseyEnergyCo
2D Animation on the fight against GALAMSEY
 
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This is a project to help campaign and reinforce the fight against illegal mining (GALAMSEY)
Caterpillar -- Providing Solutions from Stump to Mill
 
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Caterpillar offers a complete line of forestry equipment to meet your application needs - from core machines that help with road building, millyard and reforestation, to purpose-built machines that harvest, transport and load, Caterpillar's line of products are all you need to get the job done.
Views: 39574 Cat Forestry
Solar Helps Bring Water to Desert Community in California
 
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Phelan Piñon Hills Community Services District installs 1.5 megawatts of solar at a retired dairy farm in a Mojave Desert community. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2GSJoVw. Follow us! https://us.sunpower.com/blog https://www.facebook.com/sunpower https://twitter.com/sunpower https://www.linkedin.com/company/sunpower-corporation https://www.instagram.com/sunpower
Views: 767 SunPower
Ecological Restoration of Gold Mining Concession, Madre de Dios, Peru - Pure Earth
 
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Ecological restoration of areas degraded by mining in Madre de Dios, Peru. This project was implemented by Pure Earth, in partnership with CINCIA (Centro de Innovación Científica Amazónica), the Ministry of Environment of Peru (MINAM), and local governments, with funding from the US Department of State. Restauración ecológica en áreas degradadas por minería en Madre de Dios, Perú. Este proyecto fue implementado por Pure Earth en coordinación con el Centro de Innovación Científica Amazónica (CINCIA), el Ministerio del Ambiente de Perú (MINAM) y Gobiernos Locales, financiado por el Departamento de Estado de los Estados Unidos.
Views: 226 Pure Earth
#Luminant #libertymine polluting the air #coal #fires #Periscope
 
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February 3 2016. Big fires burning in the Luminant Liberty Mine across from my house.
Views: 15 Lisa Davidson

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