Unlike the ‘small mining enterprises’ of China, or ‘people’s mines’ of Indonesia, most of these operations are ‘Illegal’. The documents that can be downloaded here discuss and look at issues such as coal fire, Illegal mine nexus, cultural politics of coal mining in the North East of India, coal cycle, Illegal coal and more.
|1st International Conference - Managing the Social and Environmental Consequences of Coal Mining||2007||The Indian School of Mines University, University of New South Wales and The Australian National Uni||India||conference announcement||coal mining, social, environment, accountability, policy|
|Application of remote sensing to identify coalfires in the Raniganj Coalbelt, India||2005||Prasun K Gangopadhyay, Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, Kanika Saha||India||published paper||remote sensing, coal, illegal, coalfires, approach|
|Coalmining Industry at the Crossroads: Coal policy in liberalising India||2007||Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt||India||conference paper||coal, policy, privatisation, market|