the impacts of mining on local livelihoods in africa

the impacts of mining on local livelihoods in africa

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  • Socioeconomic Impact of Mining on Local Communities in Africa

    Socioeconomic Impact of Mining on Local Communities in Africa

    This paper aims to inform Armenia's policy dialogue on environmental and social issues in theminingsector. The paper is based on the premise that for theminingsector to have positive, long-termimpactsin Armenia, it is necessary to take into consideration the short- and long-term environmental and socialimpactsof the sector and to promote strategic planning and efficient management of ...

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  • The disastrous effects of the Mining Industry in Africa

    The disastrous effects of the Mining Industry in Africa

    There is no doubt that it is at the local community level that the long-term effects of mining are felt.Mineralsare mined in Africa for development elsewhere; however, Africa isbecoming poorer and poorer. What is more, the mining industries are conspiring in international crimes against humanity leading to the loss of human life, migration and the displacement of young Africans. It is very clear that the unending …

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  • Mining, rural livelihoods and food security A

    Mining, rural livelihoods and food security A

    Jun 01, 2020· Apart from that,the socio-environmental impacts of mining may lead to profound changes in local livelihoods(Lu & Lora-Wainwright, 2014). Exploitation of mineral deposits often prompts natural resource use conflicts by destroying forests ( Mwitwa, German, Muimba-Kankolongo, & Puntodewo, 2012 ) as well as crop and pasture land ( Pijpers, 2014 ).

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  • SocioeconomicImpact of Mining on LocalCommunitiesin Africa

    SocioeconomicImpact of Mining on LocalCommunitiesin Africa

    This paper aims to inform Armenia's policy dialogue on environmental and social issues in theminingsector. The paper is based on the premise that for theminingsector to have positive, long-termimpactsin Armenia, it is necessary to take into consideration the short- and long-term environmental and socialimpactsof the sector and to promote strategic planning and efficient management of ...

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  • Ivory Coast The Impacts of Artisanal Gold Mining on Local

    Ivory Coast The Impacts of Artisanal Gold Mining on Local

    Ivory Coast: The Impacts of Artisanal Gold Mining on Local Livelihoods and the Mining Industry: 10.4018/IJSSMET.2017100103: In Ivory Coast, mining is one of the major sources of income for local people. Because of mining, jobs have been created thus increasing employment

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  • MiningandLocal Corruption in Africa Knutsen 2017

    MiningandLocal Corruption in Africa Knutsen 2017

    Sep 13, 2016· We investigate whetherminingaffectslocal corruption in Africa. Several cross‐country analyses report that natural resources have adverseeffectson political institutions by increasing corruption, whereas other country‐level studies show no evidence of such “political resource curses.” ...Impacts of miningon rurallivelihoodsin ...

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  • Effects Of Miningon the Environment and Human Health

    Effects Of Miningon the Environment and Human Health

    While undergroundmining, which allows coal companies to extract deeper deposits of coal, is viewed as less destructive than stripmining,the effects of miningwidespread damage to the environment. In room-and-pillar mines, columns of coal are left to support the ground above during the initialminingprocess, then they are often taken out and ...

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  • (PDF)The effectsofsand mining on rural communities

    (PDF)The effectsofsand mining on rural communities

    Sep 27, 2020· Illegal SandMiningin SouthAfrica. Gove rmance of . ... Crafting aLivelihood,Local-Level Trade in M ats and . ... The environmentalimpactof thisminingactivity has become so serious that in ...

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  • The impactof coalminingon the environment and community

    The impactof coalminingon the environment and community

    Despite changes in legislation and improved social and environmental performance by the industry, there is growing concern over the impacts and conflicts associated with coal mining, with continuing claims by communities and civil society of associated health issues, cattle and livestock death, and destruction of …

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  • Ghana's battle with illegal small scalemining Africa at LSE

    Ghana's battle with illegal small scalemining Africa at LSE

    Mining practices in Ghana continue to have tremendous harmful impacts on people’s livelihoods, while at the same time becoming, for many, the most viable means of economic survival. Recent attempts to deal with the issue have faced systemic challenges, says Marie-Noelle Nwokolo, requiring the collaboration of regulators and political officials to harness the sector’s development potential.

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  • Mininggovernance dilemma andimpacts a case of gold

    Mininggovernance dilemma andimpacts a case of gold

    This paper reexamines howlocalgovernments exercised the legal powers related to their official rights and duties to managethe impactsof both large-scalemining(LSM) and artisanal small-scalemining(ASM) activities, and howlocalhouseholds perceived resource changes and what strategies they have adopted to adapt theirlivelihoodsbased on a case study of the Phu-Hae area, in Xieng ...

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  • SouthAfrica How Mining Damages Communitiesand the

    SouthAfrica How Mining Damages Communitiesand the

    Aug 27, 2018·Mining-affected communities across SouthAfricahave said thatminingneeds to respect the customary rights of the people who have lived on the land for generations, even if …

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  • Examining the socio economic impacts of miningon the

    Examining the socio economic impacts of miningon the

    Examining the socio-economic impacts of miningon thelivelihoods of Amajuba District mining communities. ... The Amajuba District is among one of the major coalminingregions in SouthAfrica, where theminingactivities are limited mainly to coal and quarry. Altogether 11miningrights had been issued in the district as at 2013, with six ...

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  • Impactsof artisanal gold and diamondminingon

    Impactsof artisanal gold and diamondminingon

    Impactsof artisanal gold and diamondminingonlivelihoodsand the environment in the Sangha Tri-National Park landscape ... of capacities of small & medium size enterprises involved in works on non-timber forest products in CentralAfrica; Funded by. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) ...The impactsof artisanal ...

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  • Mininghalt in Goa led to sense of all round gloom in

    Mininghalt in Goa led to sense of all round gloom in

    Dec 22, 2020· A recent study onimpactsof stoppageof miningin Goa on socio-economics carried out by Indian Institute of Technology-Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, said that the survey results clearly demonstrated a sense of all-round gloom in the state economy and social life. The closureof mininghas dealt a devastating blow to thelivelihoodsof people which includes both inminingand non-mining…

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  • Rurallivelihoods, large scaleminingand agrarian change

    Rurallivelihoods, large scaleminingand agrarian change

    Rurallivelihoods, large-scaleminingand agrarian change inMapela, Limpopo, SouthAfricaThis paper forms part of the growing body of scholarly research that seeks to understandthe impactsof extractive activitieson localand indigenous communities.

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  • Artisanal and small scale mining in Africa, the

    Artisanal and small scale mining in Africa, the

    Artisanal and small-scale mining(ASM) provides jobs to 13 million people in 80 countries worldwide, numbers that resemble those of large-scalemining. Whilst the latter is often undertaken by big companies, requires a substantial labour force and operations continue until sites ares completely excavated, ASM on the other hand is carried out by small groups who travel around to identify sites ...

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