MINING NEWS: Miners serious about indigenous rights
Past legacy created climate of mistrust but new approaches are proving fruitful for companies and aboriginals across the nation
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Miners in the far north can no longer trample on the rights of indigenous residents as some did in the past. Any company operating on or near aboriginal land must work closely with local communities, whether ownership issues have been decided, as in Alaska, or are still to be resolved, as in much of....
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