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  • World Heritage Centre World Heritage and Extractive

    UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Over the years, and based on the many cases which have arisen at natural World Heritage properties, the World Heritage Committee has expressed many times its clear position that that mineral, oil and gas exploration or exploitation is incompatible with the World Heritage status, and that such activities should not be undertaken within World Heritage properties.Онлайн-запрос

  • Ombilin Coal Mining Heritage of Sawahlunto UNESCO World

    Ombilin Coal Mining Heritage of Sawahlunto. Built for the extraction, processing and transport of high-quality coal in an inaccessible region of Sumatra, this industrial site was developed by the Netherlands East Indies’ government in the globally important period of industrialisation from the late 19th to the beginning of the 20th century.Онлайн-запрос

  • Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution: Iron and

    Jul 08, 2015· Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution: Iron and Steel, Shipbuilding and Coal Mining The site encompasses a series of twenty three component parts, mainly located in the southwest of Japan. It bears testimony to the rapid industrialization of the country from the middle of the 19 th century to the early 20 th century, through theОнлайн-запрос

  • UNESCO World Heritage sites under threat by industry: WWF

    The International Council of Mining and Metals, grouping major companies, agreed in 2003 to stay out of World Heritage sites. Some oil and gas companies, such as Total and Shell, have made similar

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  • ICMM Sustainable Development Framework for the mining

    Framework for the mining industry Anne-Marie Fleury, Program Director www.icmm. Contents • About ICMM • ICMM’s Sustainable Development Framework • Biodiversity requirements and commitments • Other tools and standards “ Palawan UNESCO "Man and Biosphere Reserve" sold out toОнлайн-запрос

  • Welsh slate mining landscape nominated as world heritage

    Jan 23, 2020· Other Unesco world heritage sites in the UK include the city of Bath, Blenheim Palace, the Cornwall and west Devon mining landscape, IronbridgeОнлайн-запрос

  • Project 674-new 2020 | United Nations Educational UNESCO

    The mining and extractive industry sector in Africa is extensively developed, largely dominated by small scale artisanal miners but also large multinational corporations are involved. Mining and processing of minerals significantly release potentially harmful elements (PHE) into the biophysical environment (UNEP, 2013) which have an impact onОнлайн-запрос

  • Erzgebirge/Krušnohoří Mining Region UNESCO World

    source: UNESCO/ERI Description and sustainably managed forests that occupy traditional spaces in the landscape that were also subsidiary to the mining industry. The interaction between people and their environment is also attested by intangible attributes, such as education and literature, traditions, customs and artistic developments asОнлайн-запрос

  • Slate Industry of North Wales UNESCO World Heritage Centre

    UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Justification of Outstanding Universal Value. The Gwynedd slate quarrying industry landscape is exceptional as the leading producer of slate roofing elements world-wide in the classic industrial period of the 19th century, and was acknowledged as such.

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  • The Importance of Science, Technology and UNESCO

    UNESCO Institute for Statistics Indicators tell a story Do I need to invest in R&D or in Higher Education? In which areas should I invest predominantly? In which areas am I already investing? Which are important economic sectors, in mining, agriculture, industry, services, etc? What are national or regional peculiarities? (health,Онлайн-запрос

  • UNESCO World Heritage sites under threat by industry: WWF

    The International Council of Mining and Metals, grouping major companies, agreed in 2003 to stay out of World Heritage sites. Some oil and gas companies, such as Total and Shell, have made similarОнлайн-запрос

  • Project 674-new 2020 | United Nations Educational UNESCO

    The mining and extractive industry sector in Africa is extensively developed, largely dominated by small scale artisanal miners but also large multinational corporations are involved. Mining and processing of minerals significantly release potentially harmful elements (PHE) into the biophysical environment (UNEP, 2013) which have an impact on

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  • ICMM Sustainable Development Framework for the mining

    Framework for the mining industry Anne-Marie Fleury, Program Director www.icmm. Contents • About ICMM • ICMM’s Sustainable Development Framework • Biodiversity requirements and commitments • Other tools and standards “ Palawan UNESCO "Man and Biosphere Reserve" sold out toОнлайн-запрос

  • Why there's resistance to coal mining at a world heritage

    Sep 12, 2018· Plans to resume coal mining operations at the Mapungubwe Unesco World Heritage Site in Limpopo have been halted Government and the mining industry need toОнлайн-запрос

  • FOUR BELGIAN UNESCO MINING SITES | Focus on Belgium

    Listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in July 2012, the four sites are located in Wallonia, one of the oldest and most emblematic coal basins of the Industrial Revolution in Europe. Together they form a 170 km-long strip that stretches across the country from west to east. Each site spotlights various aspects of a significant activity in industrial history.Онлайн-запрос

  • Coronavirus: UNESCO hosts Global Education Meeting to set

    Oct 21, 2020· UNESCO is hosting a high-level virtual meeting aimed at revitalizing Global Education, Thursday, 22 October from 1 to 5 p.m. French time (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. universal time).

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  • Assessing the Environmental and Health Impacts of mining

    in 2013, UNESCO has been able to (1) mobilise a network of scientists to conduct field experiments in nine African countries and (2) bring together academia, geological surveys and mining industries to allow countries or companies involved in promoting good environmental mining practices to share their experience with others. A meeting to report onОнлайн-запрос

  • Programme UNESCO

    Thorugh promoting industrialization and regional integration in Africa, the coordination of “Electricity-Mining-Metallurgy-Industry-Trade” initiative and the African Energy Interconnection contribute to realize the development goal of the “UN 2030 Agenda” and the “AU 2063 Agenda”.

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  • The Importance of Science, Technology and UNESCO

    UNESCO Institute for Statistics Indicators tell a story Do I need to invest in R&D or in Higher Education? In which areas should I invest predominantly? In which areas am I already investing? Which are important economic sectors, in mining, agriculture, industry, services, etc? What are national or regional peculiarities? (health,Онлайн-запрос

  • List of World Heritage Sites in Germany Wikipedia

    The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites are places of importance to cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, established in 1972. West Germany ratified the convention on 23 August 1976, making the Federal Republic's historical sites eligible for inclusion on the list.Онлайн-запрос

  • World Heritage Cornish Mining WHS

    This is the story of the ‘Cornish Mining’ World Heritage Site; a tale that is as much about the people as the industry they worked in. The largest World Heritage Site in the UK, it’s a landscape of 20,000 hectares spread across Cornwall and west Devon, offering myriad experiences and opportunities to explore our world-changing mining culture.Онлайн-запрос

  • UNESCO convenes Global Education Meeting to set priorities

    Oct 17, 2020· Mining. World Economic Forum. YPO. Debates. TV. Beyond Markets. Captains of Industry. Doing Business in Rwanda. Entrepreneurial Edge. UNESCO, in partnership with the Governments of GhanaОнлайн-запрос

  • UNESCO World Heritage sites under threat by industry: WWF

    The International Council of Mining and Metals, grouping major companies, agreed in 2003 to stay out of World Heritage sites. Some oil and gas companies, such as Total and Shell, have made similarОнлайн-запрос

  • UNESCO welcomes growing commitment by oil, gas and mining

    UNESCO is committed to continue the dialogue with the major players in the oil, gas and mining industry to ensure the conservation of natural World Heritage sites. **** Media contact: Roni Amelan, UNESCO Press Service r.amelan(at)unesco +33 1 45 68 16 50

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  • ICMM Sustainable Development Framework for the mining

    Framework for the mining industry Anne-Marie Fleury, Program Director www.icmm. Contents • About ICMM • ICMM’s Sustainable Development Framework • Biodiversity requirements and commitments • Other tools and standards “ Palawan UNESCO "Man and Biosphere Reserve" sold out toОнлайн-запрос

  • Twenty-five sites join UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere

    Oct 28, 2020· Mining and agriculture, mostly for wheat, potato, sunflower and beet crops, are the main economic activities in the biosphere reserve. Minett Biosphere Reserve (Luxembourg) Located in densely populated southern Luxembourg and bordering France, the biosphere reservehas the country’s second largest concentration of inhabitants and employmentОнлайн-запрос

  • UNESCO convenes Global Education Meeting to set priorities

    Oct 17, 2020· Mining. World Economic Forum. YPO. Debates. TV. Beyond Markets. Captains of Industry. Doing Business in Rwanda. Entrepreneurial Edge. UNESCO, in partnership with the Governments of GhanaОнлайн-запрос

  • FOUR BELGIAN UNESCO MINING SITES | Focus on Belgium

    Listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in July 2012, the four sites are located in Wallonia, one of the oldest and most emblematic coal basins of the Industrial Revolution in Europe. Together they form a 170 km-long strip that stretches across the country from west to east. Each site spotlights various aspects of a significant activity in industrial history.

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  • Assessing the Environmental and Health Impacts of mining

    in 2013, UNESCO has been able to (1) mobilise a network of scientists to conduct field experiments in nine African countries and (2) bring together academia, geological surveys and mining industries to allow countries or companies involved in promoting good environmental mining practices to share their experience with others. A meeting to report onОнлайн-запрос

  • World Heritage Cornish Mining WHS

    This is the story of the ‘Cornish Mining’ World Heritage Site; a tale that is as much about the people as the industry they worked in. The largest World Heritage Site in the UK, it’s a landscape of 20,000 hectares spread across Cornwall and west Devon, offering myriad experiences and opportunities to explore our world-changing mining culture.Онлайн-запрос

  • Programme UNESCO

    Thorugh promoting industrialization and regional integration in Africa, the coordination of “Electricity-Mining-Metallurgy-Industry-Trade” initiative and the African Energy Interconnection contribute to realize the development goal of the “UN 2030 Agenda” and the “AU 2063 Agenda”.

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH IMPACTS OF MINING IN

    Wastes generated by the mining industry contain high concentrations of metals and metalloids which can be mobilised, resulting in leaching into groundwater and surface water. Most of these heavy metals are highly toxic and are not biodegradable: As such, they must be removed from the polluted streams inОнлайн-запрос

  • The UNESCO Industrial Complex: Multi-Use Heritage in

    Zollverein: UNESCO Site as Regional Heritage Hub . Inscribed in 2001, the Zollverein coal-mining and coking complex in Essen, Germany is one of the earlier UNESCO industrial sites added to the list around the same time that the report “Is Industrial Heritage under-represented onОнлайн-запрос

  • Slate Industry of North Wales World Heritage Site

    The slate industry is not currently represented atall by UNESCO and after driving through towns completely made with slate (the roofs, fences, gravestones and pretty much anything else you could think of) we visited the mines, which were even more fascinating. Among those is for example the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape which isОнлайн-запрос

  • Australia lobbies Unesco to stop it from listing Great

    May 14, 2015· Australia lobbies Unesco to stop it from listing Great Barrier Reef as 'in danger' Australia’s government and mining industry hopes that the reef will avoid an “in danger” listing, soОнлайн-запрос

  • UNESCO MGIEP offers compassionate integrity training

    Oct 30, 2020· UNESCO MGIEP offers compassionate integrity training courses to help youth deal with ‘fear, stress’ It is open to anyone in the age group of 18-34 years old. This course is a three-part online learning program. The three parts are -- self-cultivation, relation to others, and engaging in systems.