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Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Why Norway’s plan for deep-sea mining could wreck the environment | Counting the Cost” – below is their description.
Norway has saved $1.35 trillion from the export of oil and gas.
While advocating green credentials at home, it is the world’s seventh-biggest exporter of emissions, and as oil and gas revenues dry up, it is preparing to mine the seabed for metals.
We talk to Peter Haugan, professor at the University of Bergen, about the possible environmental impact.
Plus, how will UK finance minister Rishi Sunak pay for the pandemic? We ask Miatta Fahnbulleh, chief executive of the New Economics Foundation.
And Chile’s vice trade minister Rodrigo Yañez speaks to us about China’s trade and investment.
–Al Jazeera English YouTube Channel
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