Estonia’s phosphate rush

  • 2016-03-09
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN - The Environmental Ministry is considering converting the company Geological Survey of Estonia into a state institution as one option for the establishment of a centre of excellence to look into prospects of extracting earth resources such as phosphate rock in Estonia. In a BNS interview Ado Lohmus, the deputy secretary general of the Environmental Ministry, said that the state’s initiative in surveying strategic earth resources, including phosphate, is needed to win trust in society. The state must demonstrate a greater initiative in extracting phosphate r...
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