Deep-sea Mining


Researchers Identify 5000 New Species In Future Mining Hotspot

The Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ) is a vast, mineral-rich area of the Pacific Ocean, spanning about six million sq. km to Mexico from Hawaii (almost twice India’s size), which has been divided and assigned to firms for deep-sea mining in the future. To clarify how the mining operations could be impacting biodiversity, a team of specialists […]

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