CEO of the Namibian Chamber of Environment and a well-respected Namibian environmental scientist, Dr. Chris Brown, shares his views on the impacts of marine phosphate activities on the surrounding environment in a series of short video clips. Video 1 of 11 Has Marine Phosphate Mining Completed an Environmental Impact Assessment? Video 2 of 11 Why […]
How Will a Phosphate-Based Industry Contribute to Namibia’s National Development Policies and Goals?
The development of a phosphate-based industry in Namibia is optimally aligned to achieving national development policies and goals, which call for economic diversification and industrialisation through leveraging natural resources
Marine phosphate mining and its associated industries hold huge economic potential for Namibia and its people.
According to the scientific evidence available, the inclusion of phosphate mining into Namibia’s commercial marine activities will result in a co-existence of sectors that is mutually beneficial, with minimal impact to the marine environment and lasting socio-economic benefits for the country.
At the AGM on 16 Spetember 2020, The Chamber of Mines President, Mr Zebra Kasete, provided a detailed account of Chamber activities, policy and regulatory developments, mining sector performance and highlights in his just released President’s Report for 2019. See below for full report.
See link below to download the presentation given at the press conference (13 August 2020) covering a brief review of the sector in 2019, impacts of COVID-19 and recent developments
After many a delay this year, the 2019 Chamber of Mines Annual Review is finally released. Please download here for a detailed review of the mining industry and its activitues in 2019.