Action for the preservation of the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania (Report enclosed) has published a detailed report on the situation in the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania, concerning the planned Mkuju River Uranium Project. The UNESCO world heritage center soon decides on the requested change of boundaries. If that change goes through, the uranium mine will be built, directly nearby the worlds largest remaining wild elephant population.

Find the report enclosed HERE (english), an interesting read for getting up-to-date on all the reasons why building an uranium mine quasi-inside of a world heritage site is a terrible idea. A french version will follow.

Find a german letter concerning the same subject to the german representatives in the WHC HERE.

If you are interested in the cited case of the Kakadu Mining battle, you can start reading about it HERE and HERE.


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