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Anne-Gaelle Javelle, Senior Associate at the World Resources Institute (WRI), and Peter Veit, Project Manager for the Equity, Poverty, and Environment Initiative at WRI have looked at overlaps between protected areas and mining concessions. They examined the case study of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) which is expecting huge changes to its mining industry brought about from recent legislature passed in the United States. Other nations around the world are watching closely to see the impacts of this transboundary policy, which also influenced the presidential elections in the DRC.

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Peter Veit and Anne-Gaelle Javelle, WRI
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02/29/2012
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  • Private wrote "This community space is to provide follow-up discussion from the February 29, 2012 webinar the Costs of Mining: Artisanal vs commercial and global policy with local impact. It will also provide opportunities to explore in more depth the crossroads between artisanal and corporate mining, specifically around the case study of the Democratic Republic of Congo which is expecting huge changes to its mining industry brought about from recent legislature passed in the United States. Other nations around the world are watching closely to see the impacts of this transboundary policy, which also influenced the presidential elections in the DRC."

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