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Get in, get rich, and get out – Review of “Boom, Bust, Boom”


Bill Carter pens this excellent book (Boom, Bust, Boom) from the perspective of a parent and resident of a former mining town on the intrinsic value and many vices of copper and its enormous impact on our everyday lives. We, as … Continue reading

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Open-pit cities – scarred urban geography


Below is a series of amazing (and in some cases disturbing) aerial images of cities around the world whose destiny is (or has been) at least in part tied to open-pit mining or quarrying. While these mines and quarries may … Continue reading

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