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  • Development-induced displacement

    Development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR) occurs when people are forced to leave their homes in a development-driven form of forced migration.Historically, it has been associated with the construction of dams for hydroelectric power and irrigation, but it can also result from various development projects such as mining, agriculture, the creation of military installations ...

  • Eviction of Tribals: Forced Displacement and Its Links ...

    Eviction of Tribals: Forced Displacement and Its Links With Poor Health. Forced displacement has been shown to increase vulnerability to exploitation, pushing communities to poverty and ill health.

  • Resettlement and Rehabilitation: reasons, issues and ...

     · Displacement due to mining Due to possibility of the accidents or sinking of the land, people have to displaced in and around the mining area. Mining take up several hectares of land thousands of people have to be evacuated. Jharia coal fields posed a problem years ago to the local residents due to the underground fire.

  • The Living ''City'' Report: Urban Wildlife and Community ...

    Changes in land use are cited in the report as one of the most critical threats to wildlife populations, driven by urbanisation, agriculture, our food system, and the mining of natural resources. At the PfA Wildlife Hospital in Kengeri, Bengaluru, we see a shifting …

  • Displacement and Rehabilitation of People Due to ...

    MINING AND DISPLACEMENT In the global era, mining has become another very important source of investment and profit for the private sector. Mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) has 5 Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, pp. 8Op.cit, …

  • Coal Mining and Local Environment: A Study in Talcher ...

    Mining has affected the local environment and associated biota through the removal of vegetation and topsoil, the displacement of fauna, the release of pollutants, and the generation of noise. Mining of coal, both surface and subsurface, causes enormous damage to the flora, fauna, hydrological relations, and soil biological properties of the ...

  • Over 13,000 families living in 26 ''protected areas ...

     · The forceful displacement has led to violent clashes between local communities, forest department and the police. A study of 26 protected areas of …

  • Chapter 16 Environmental Science Flashcards | Quizlet

    air pollution, noise pollution, water contamination, displacement of wildlife, erosion, sedimentation, soil degradation, subsidence and underground mine fires. air pollution. dust generated in the mining process causes. noise pollution. caused by blasting and the equipment used in the mining …

  • Effect of mining activities on wildlife

    Effect of Mining Activities on Wildlife. Environmental contaminants associated with mining activities may affect wildlife species in many ways and at many levels within the ecosystem. Some contaminants associated with mines (e.g., lead, arsenic, cyanide, etc.) may cause acute or chronic effects on resident wildlife.

  • Guidebook for Evaluating Mining Project EIAs

    1.2.3 Impacts of mining projects on wildlife 13 1.2.3.1 Habitat loss 14 1.2.3.2 Habitat fragmentation 14 1.2.4 Impacts of mining projects on soil quality 14 1.2.5 Impacts of mining projects on social values 15 1.2.5.1 Human displacement and resettlement 15 1.2.5.2 Impacts of migration 15 1.2.5.3 Lost access to …

  • The Unintended Consequences of U.S. Conflict-Mineral ...

     · Artisanal mining was an important economic sector in the eastern DRC prior to Dodd-Frank but was dramatically disrupted by a boycott of purchases triggered by Section 1502. There are several pieces of evidence indicating the boycott slowed 3T mining within the Dodd-Frank targeted conflict-mineral zone.

  • TRIBAL DISPLACEMENT IN INDIA – Anthroposapien

     · AUTHORED BY ADITHI DEVI. DISPLACEMENT FOR SANCTUARIES AND NATIONAL PARKS. The land on which the Madav National Park was established, provided livelihoods for about 25 Sahariya tribes. They lived in a village named Lohra Kahr. This is a village, that doesn''t exist anymore as everything belonging of the tribals such as their houses, their land, their fields was incorporated into …

  • Impact of Mega Dams on the Internal Displacement: A Case ...

    displacement. This displacement is caused by the mega dam of North East India i.e. the Lower Subansiri project which is situated at the Gerukamukh region of the Dhemaji district, the border between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. This article try to focus on the problems related to mega dam as well as its impact on the livelihood of the local

  • Health and environmental impact of the coal industry ...

    The impact on wildlife stems primarily from disturbing, removing and redistributing the land surface. Some impacts are short-term and confined to the mine site however others have far-reaching, long-term effects. The most direct effect on wildlife is destruction or displacement of species in areas of excavation and spoil piling.

  • The Society for Conservation Biology

     · The rate of deforestation and the number of large wildfires are increasing in the Amazon. Illegal loggers, miners, ranchers, and farmers all have contributed to …

  • The Effects Of Surface Mining On The Environment

    Normal organic matter is prevented from getting into the soil causing a loss in vegetation and a displacement of wildlife. The lack of vegetation also increases the rate of erosion. Mining generally encompasses spoil banks, which are long rows of coalesced …

  • NRDC: Coal''s War on Wildlife (PDF)

    Coal''s War on Wildlife Coal mining has serious, lasting negative impacts on wildlife. In the short term, species can be killed or displaced from their habitat.

  • Environmental Impacts of Mining: A Study of Mining ...

    Mineral exploitation contributes significantly to economic growth and development in most world economies. In Africa, Ghana is the second largest gold producer, contributing to about 5.7% of the country''s GDP. The mining sector in Ghana consists of both small-scale and large-scale mining, each of which has varying environmental impacts. This paper provides an exposition on the environmental ...

  • NRDC: Coal''s War on Wildlife (PDF)

    Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: The case of ...

  • Tool 6

    STEP. 5. Develop a cultural heritage management plan prior to project activities or significant changes eg expansion on operations. The plan should preserve both tangible and intangible cultural heritage. Look at Table 4 (p66) – this shows components of a cultural heritage management plan. STEP. 6. Look at Tool 8 (p72) to consider if a ...

  • Displacement Of Wildlife From Mining

    displacement of wildlife caused by mining. displacement of wildlife caused by mining. Mar 18 2011The ongoing loss of small forest patches that fulfill important corridor and stepping-stone functions is therefore a concern for the region''s forest biodiversity (only small fragmented patches of native forests remain) The farmland displacement in mining areas we found may exert additional pressure ...

  • 3. The Environmental Impacts of Aggregate Extraction ...

    For communities, the displacement of water resources is one of the biggest concerns pits and quarries pose. However, there are many other concerns. Beyond the physical changes to the landscape, the daily barrage of noise, dust and exhaust produced by hundreds of dump trucks hauling aggregate can have serious effects on the health of people ...

  • Displacement Of Wildlife From Mining

    The current hard rock mining regulatory program of the Bureau of Land ... water are left after mining, or (3) result in long-term displacement of wildlife populations... Read more protected areas and human displacement: a conservation perspective

  • Displacement and Rehabilitation of Tribals

    displaced due to mining operations, and a total of 13.3 lakh tribals have been dis-placed from their ancestral lands. In ad-dition to direct displacement, mining activity also affects the livelihoods of thousands more as water tables get dis-rupted, an excessive burden is dumped on fertile agricultural land and forests are cut [Mohapatra 1991].

  • Coal Mining and Wildlife in the Eastern United States ...

    The impacts of coal mining on wildlife populations occur at two primary levels: 1) immediate, direct effects of mining in terms of direct mortality, disturbance and displacement of wildlife populations during mining activities, and 2) changes in wildlife populations associated with long-term changes in land cover associated with mine sites

  • Wildlife Displacement. The story behind the beautiful baby ...

     · Wildlife Displacement. ... mining, forest fires, illegal pet trade and agriculture. ... Mai is a sad story that is not unique and unfortunately has probably happened to many precious orangutans ...

  • What Is The Environmental Impact Of The Mining Industry ...

     · Mining is the extraction of minerals and other geological materials of economic value from deposits on the Earth. Mining adversely affects the environment by inducing loss of biodiversity, soil erosion, and contamination of surface water, groundwater, and soil. Mining can also trigger the formation of …

  • displacement of wildlife from mining

    MINING OPERATION AND MAGNITUDE OF DISPLACEMENT "Mining and displacement caused by mega projects like big dams and senseless industrialization is one of the most important factors in the present predicament of Odisha Mining is a very large factor in large-scale deforestation in Odisha According to the wildlife conservation strategy, 2002

  • Harsh treatment for indigenous Botswanans ousted from ...

     · Harsh treatment for indigenous Botswanans ousted from Kalahari wildlife reserve. San and Bakgalagadi people have been evicted from Botswana''s …

  • India''s mining sector: Present is tense and future could ...

     · "One of the worst effects of mining across countries has been the mass displacement of people from their residences. Apart from displacement, there is the problem of pollution, many areas have been rendered uninhabitable or heavily polluted because of such activities, and yet more and more extractive industries are being pushed for.

  • Displacement Due to Mining in Jharkhand

    Displacement Due to Mining in Jharkhand Author(s): Mathew Areeparampil Source: Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 31, No. 24 (Jun. 15, 1996), pp. 1524-1528

  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: a critical ...

     · 1. Introduction. Physical displacement, relocation and resettlement are widely acknowledged as posing enormous risks to project-affected peoples. For over four decades, scholars, campaigners and project-affected people have sought to highlight the effects of development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR).1, 2 During this time, there has been a proliferation of case …

  • Rock Mechanics Study of Shaft Stability and Pillar Mining ...

    1McKinnon Professor of Mining Engineering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. 2Mining engineer, Spokane Research Center, U.S. Bureau of Mines, Spokane, WA. 3Research civil engineer, Spokane Research Center, retired. 4Supervisory mining engineer, Spokane Research Center. Rock Mechanics Study of Shaft Stability and Pillar Mining, Homestake Mine, Lead, SD

  • Expansion of strip mining operation in north Jefferson ...

    Residents near the planned strip mining expansion say their concerns range from displacement of wildlife; detrimental effect on property values, increased coal truck traffic and long hours of ...