With a population of 1.3 billion, India is vulnerable to human-animal conflict as people encroach on wildlife habitats.
Move follows redrafting of legislation after mining company Rio Tinto destroyed a 46,000-year-old sacred site in west.
Guinea is a key supplier of bauxite, aluminiums raw material, markets are concerned about potential supply disruptions.
Situmbeko Musokotwane faces the daunting task of pulling country out of a protracted debt crisis, prioritises IMF talks.
For now, China will be watching to see what form of government emerges and in what manner the Taliban wields power.
As India pushes to expand its coal mining, environmentalists fear water crisis will only worsen in coming years.
The 1,098-carat diamond is the biggest stone of gem quality to be found in the history of the Debswana company.
Spike in violence linked to illegal mining activities prompts Indigenous communities to demand protection.
As tin reserves on land in Indonesia continue to twindle, miners are turning to the sea.
Socialist candidate Pedro Castillo has proposed new royalties on mineral sales, wants to renegotiate existing tax deals.
Aims to build domestic battery manufacturing, cut down reliance on China and avoid a face off with environmentalists.
Spike in power use from server farms servicing Bitcoin led to illicit coal mining, endangering lives and climate goals.
Thousands of informal miners in South Africa make a dangerous living by chipping away at abandoned mine shafts.
UMWA’s president said ensuring jobs for displaced miners is crucial to any infrastructure bill taken up by Congress.