Would "Green Gold" earn enough for miners?

01/3/2013 | PRI's The World (Boston)

Activists in Colombia are leading a drive for more responsible small-scale gold mining, which typically uses mercury and pollutes the landscape. The "Green Gold" practice uses leaves from balsa trees instead of mercury; it takes longer, but preserves the environment without presenting health risks.

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