Blog » Niobium mining in Brazilian Amazon would cause significant forest loss: Study
The recent niobium study offers an example of how science can be proactive in analyzing the environmental impact of infrastructure development well before it happens, hopefully helping guide policy decisions to prevent deforestation, pollution, the spread of disease and other problems.
|Title||Niobium mining in Brazilian Amazon would cause significant forest loss: Study|
|Keywords English||Amazon, biodiversity, Brazil, conservation, deforestation, lands, mining.|
|Palabras clave Español||Amazonía, biodiversidad, Brasil, conservación, deforestación, tierras, minería.|
|Palavras-chave Português||Amazônia, biodiversidade, Brasil, conservação, desmatamento, terra, mineração.|
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