12 thoughts on “Gold mining pollutes Guyana

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  8. Guyana: The United Nations Development Programme (UNPD) is providing more than $800,000 (£480,000) to help limit environmental damage as a result of gold-mining activities.
    The Natural Resources Ministry said that the money will be used to build dozens of monitoring stations in the jungle and use satellite technology to assess damaged areas.
    Local UNPD representative Khadija Musa said the programme also aims to help agencies better co-ordinate oversight of the country’s booming gold industry.



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