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El Salvador, prizing water over gold, bans all metal mining
by Gene Palumbo and Elisabeth Malkin
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29 March 2017
On 29 March 2017 The New York Times reported:
Lawmakers in El Salvador voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to prohibit all mining for gold and other metals, making the country the first in the world to impose a nationwide ban on metal mining, environmental activists said. 'It's a wonderful moment for the first country to evaluate the costs and benefits of metallic mining and say no,' said Andres McKinley, a mining and water specialist at Central American University in San Salvador.
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