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ISA’s Gallery receives black smoker chimney ahead of official opening on 25 July
PRESS RELEASE | 17 July 2019 Tonga Offshore Mining Limited (TOML) together with Estrutura de Missão para a Extensão da Plataforma Continental (EMEPC) of Portugal have donated a black smoker chimney to the International Seabed Authority (ISA) Gallery in Kingston, Jamaica, ahead of ISA’s 25th Anniversary commemorative ceremony on 25 July 2019.  Speaking on behalf of...

ISA Council opens with focus on draft regulations to support sustainable exploitation of deep-seabed marine mineral resources
PRESS RELEASE | 16 July 2019 Part II of the 25th Session of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) Council opened in Kingston, Jamaica this week with a key focus on the development of the draft exploitation regulations for minerals in the international seabed area, along with other regulatory matters. Representatives from Member States and Observers are gathered...

Member States and Observers to convene at ISA for special 25th anniversary high-level session
MEDIA ADVISORY | 3 July 2019 The 25th Session of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) Part II opens on 15 July with the ISA Council in Kingston, Jamaica, where Member States and Observers are set to commemorate ISA’s 25th Anniversary and continue their discussions around the draft exploitation regulations for commercial deep seabed mining in the international deep...

ISA Gallery receives landmark contribution of deep sea-exploration exhibition models from China
PRESS RELEASE | 27 June 2019 China this week presented the International Seabed Authority (ISA) with several pieces including models of research vessels and submersibles, for the Gallery established within the Secretariat of the Organization to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of its existence. Ambassador Tian Qi, Permanent Representative of the People’s Republic of China...

UN Global Compact meeting on Oceans outlines rising demand for responsibly sourced deep-seabed minerals and related opportunities in delivering on the Global Goals
PRESS RELEASE | 12 June 2019 Deep seabed mining has the potential to accelerate progress towards achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development by increasing scientific knowledge of the deep ocean whilst at the same time providing opportunities for economic growth on the basis of fairness and equity , highlighted Mr. Michael W. Lodge, Secretary-General of the...

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