Aug 10 2017 · Limited research has been conducted to understand mining impacts on protected environments and tourism sites This paper will focus on the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site as a tourist attraction in Limpopo to shed light on how mining is impacting on the area and on tourism development and local sustainability... As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.Get Price
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The negative impacts of mining are both direct and indirect Direct effects occur within the immediate conﬁnes of the mining enterprise Duran´ et al 2013 Indirect effects are a consequence of external infrastructure pollution synergistic developments and population migration In terms of direct negative impacts
The final form of miningrelated environment impact is the damage left on landscape A similar damage is left on the bed in the case of deepsea mining which is however not visible
Jun 15 2011 · However when mining and tourism coexist in a relatively small area ie a biodiversity hotspot choices of locations for specific sites and the economic outcome from each mining or tourism site might be different from when they exist alone due to limited resources such as land and the impacts from each other such as policy restraint on
Aug 08 2018 · Abstract In January 2015 the remote mining centre of Broken Hill became the first city inscribed on the Australian National Heritage List Despite the ambiguous effects of heritage listing on tourism Broken Hill’s mining heritage has been promoted as a key postmining development strategy by the city council
Mining in Sensitive Areas Author Julie Stacey Associate Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry CSMI Wits and Managing Member Envalution cc Article Type Explanation Mining licenses have recently been granted in South Africa or are pending near areas such as Mapungubwe a World Heritage Site the Blyde River Canyon near the Kruger Park Mtunzini on the KwazuluNatal
A World Heritage and Mining technical workshop organized by IUCN ICME and the World Heritage Centre took place at IUCN Headquarters Gland Switzerland from 2023 September 2000 The workshop included representatives from the mining and conservation sectors as well as World Heritage site managers and protected area agencies from States Parties
impacts resulting from extractive industries on World Heritage Sites are growing and have been identified as potential threats to these sites UNESCO 2012b Turner 2012 With the
Mar 07 2017 · Climate change poses serious threats to the protection and preservation of cultural heritage and resources Despite a high level of scholarly interest in climate change impacts on natural and socioeconomic systems a comprehensive understanding of the impacts of climate change on cultural heritage and resources across various continents and disciplines is noticeably absent from
Natural World Heritage sites provide crucial habitats to many iconic species as well as protect rare ecological processes and stunning also contribute to economies climate stability and human wellbeing Twothirds of natural sites on the World Heritage List are crucial sources of water and about half help prevent natural disasters such as floods or landslides