To Save the Deep Ocean, We Should Mine the Moon

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Not only are we starting to mine the seabed in the next few years, scientists are also exploring the possibility of mining the moon to discover potential sources of green energy. Although scientists feel optimistic about the concept of moon mining, the process will face enormous engineering challenges such as the establishment of communication systems and the design of extraction equipment. Seabed mining requires a bit less effort – and the plan is already in motion, with the International Seabed Authority granting over 600,000 square miles of exploration permits. Read full article here

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