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    PURE GOLD, DARK MINE

    About 15 million people around the world earn their living by extracting gold or other metals, 30% of whom are women and children. A figure that must necessarily make us think.

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    PURE GOLD, DARK MINE

    Directed by Pietro Pellizzieri 2022 27 min
    To extract the precious metal were, and unfortunately in many countries are still used, mercury and cyanide. Two elements highly toxic to humans and the environment. Gold is not afraid of air or most chemical reagents. Its high chemical inertness has always made it the ideal material for minting jewels. Mining, however, pollutes, destroys and impoverishes the earth. It is estimated that 3 tons of waste are generated to produce a single gold ring.

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    PURE GOLD, DARK MINE

    To extract the precious metal were, and unfortunately in many countries are still used, mercury and cyanide. Two elements highly toxic to humans and the environment. Gold is not afraid of air or most chemical reagents. Its high chemical inertness has always made it the ideal material for minting jewels. Mining, however, pollutes, destroys and impoverishes the earth. It is estimated that 3 tons of waste are generated to produce a single gold ring.

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