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Economic Impact Ironore mining has been a bedrock of the Goan economy since its inception in the 10940s impacting the growth and development of the state in various significant ways In fact the export of iron ore accounted for all the state’s foreign exchange before 1961 on occasion equalling the domestic tax and non tax revenues
Mining has caused irreversible damage to forests agriculture fisheries and water aquifers Goa has 90 operational mines spread along the Western Ghats in an area of 150 to 200 sq km Most of the legal and illegal mines are in forest areas
Overall impacts of mining on the state economy of goa a comparative perspective of pre and post mining ban periods The Mining has been playing an important role in the economy of Goa It is foreign exchange earner for the country and contributor both to the state exchequer and the GSDP of Goa before the post Shah Commission ban was imposed in Sept 2012
There has been some effort to protect this rich biodiversity by establishing national parks and wildlife sanctuaries However Goa’s hilly midlands are rich in iron and manganese ore This has led to large scale mining in the region which has spelled doom for the state’s rich biodiversity
The impact would be much more significant as most of the proposed mining leases are surrounded by agricultural field and since rainfall in the region is very high overflow of mining waste will cause extensive damage to agricultural land and water bodies
Mining industry workers returning to farming in Goa The Hindu BusinessLine The suspension of mining activity in Goa has forced those dependent on the iron ore extraction industry to turn back to
The mining ban in Goa has had farreaching and deeply disturbing socioeconomic impacts Earlier preban mining contributed 25 percent to the state economy Today after the ban the contribution is nil
May 15 2014 · Adverse effects of Mining in Goa Adverse effects of Mining in Goa 2 River System and Water The extraction of Iron Ore has caused degradation and pollution of soil water and air The wells have gone dry because of the pumped water under the water table to extract the iron ore It has led to soil erosion loss of fertility of land etc
Mining really took off after the World War as demand soared for the reconstruction Japan in particular found it easier politically to import iron ore from Portuguese Goa instead of British India By the time of liberation in 1961 some 800 mining concessions had been granted This early mining was