Tuesday 22nd September 2020

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For crying out loud, it’s a skinny 300-kilometre gravel road and a couple of bridges. We are not building the Panama Canal or the Pyramids of Giza!

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

For much of the last century, the Sudbury Basin was basically the Saudi Arabia of nickel mining for the Western world.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

The British Columbia Geological Survey and Geoscience BC provide a unique made-in-B.C. approach to providing high-quality public geoscience that is key to informing responsible development decisions and to attracting global investment to B.C. We look forward to seeing the positive results of this formal collaboration.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

PwC warns the industry of increasing challenges

September 16th, 2020, 11:15 am

Mining companies may think they’re an unlikely target for cyberattacks, but as reliance on autonomous and digital technology grows, so too does the cybersecurity risk. And the consequences can be a matter of life or death.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

This region is a very active gold and copper exploration area of British Columbia, similar to B.C.’s renowned Golden Triangle.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

Environmentalism today is the dominant secular religion of the educated, upper-middle-class elite in most developed and many developing nations.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

In reality, almost everything the news media reported in summer 2019 about the Amazon was either wrong or deeply misleading.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

While the [UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s] science is broadly sound, its Summary for Policymakers, press releases, and authors’ statements betray ideological motivations, a tendency toward exaggeration, and an absence of important context.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

Anyone who believes climate change could kill billions of people and cause civilizations to collapse might be surprised to discover that none of the IPCC reports contain a single apocalyptic scenario.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

We wish to thank the Ombudsperson’s office and EMPR … for formulating a number of positive measures that pertain not only to Taranis, but to B.C.’s exploration and mining sector as a whole.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips