Mining Capitalism

Capitalism forces global mining companies to maximise profit, damn the consequences. This leads them to mine in a way the leave behind devastation, poisoned water and soil, no more plant, fish or animals. People living there or downstream have to move elsewhere. The governments do not regulate them because they want crumbs of economic advantage or because they have been bribed, especially in the third world.

~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:70)
book cover recommend book⇒Mining Capitalism: The Relationship between Corporations and Their Criticsto book home
by Stuart Kirsch 978-0-520-28171-4 paperback
publisher University of California Press 978-0-520-28170-7 hardcover
published 2014-06-07 978-0-520-95759-6 eBook
  B00KGUQJ4A kindle
This explains how global mining corporations leave environmental wastelands behind without plants, fish and animals, where everything is so poisoned, people cannot live. Economic advantage and cost saving trump everything.
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