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Mineral conflict in Antarctica during the 1980's: Convention on the regulation of Antarctic mineral resource activities (CRAMRA)
(University of Canterbury, 2004)
Since the industrial revolution at the beginning of the last century, the search for exploitable mineral reserves has become more and more important. This increasing demand has put pressure on non-renewable resources, ...
Resources in Antarctica: With the World’s dwindling natural resources, is there a chance for exploitation in Antarctica?
Pressure on global resources increases daily as the worlds human population and its demand for energy, raw materials, food, water and health care increases almost exponentially. Naturally such growth puts pressure on ...