Marinduque Nineteen Years Later is a web video feature created by Jai Reyes, in compliance with his degree's school requirements. All materials used are strictly for educational purposes only. Produced by: Gemma Reyes Written and Directed by: Jai Reyes Voice Over: Una Kapunan Talking heads (in order of appearance): Fred Manoy Fernando Jasmin Elizabeth Manggol Special Thanks to: Lanie Rallos Sharon Mapa Bong Reyes Demi Reyes Joshua Medina Joshua Visbal Rafael Menorca Carol Lacerna Marqui Garcia Jane Lacerna Maulion Special mentions: Generoso Menorca, Iluminada Rioveros, Luisito Larracas, Meladio Mutya, Melanio Maac, Rogito Avelino, Sabino Reginio, Wenceslao Jasmin, Jorel Borromeo, Lea Barbasa, Joshua Morente, Neil Dordines, Abbie Demavivas, Lemon Cruz, Janeil Sapida, Gillian Figueroa, Ino Munoz, AJ Perez Archived footages and photos (in order of appearance): Brian Zagala Photography Bleeding Heart (documentary) pcjj.org impactmagazine.net Music (from incompetech.com): Carefree Past the Edge Easy Lemon Background: In 1996, Marinduque was struck by a devastating mining disaster. Drainages from Marcopper Mining Corporation, a Canadian backed mining company that has been carrying out operations in Marinduque since the 1970s, overflowed and discharged mine tailings into the Boac-Makulapnit river system, which left the river virtually dead. To this day, the case is still on-going, and charges against the corporation has been filed, although there has been settlements that has been offered to the Marinduque government, the island still hasn’t received rehabilitation from the damages done by Marcopper.
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MANILA, Philippines - Mines and Geosciences Bureau Director Leo Jasareno explains what open-pit mining is and the need for tunnels in pumping out water after an incident in Semirara Mining's coal mine in Antique which left five dead and five still missing.
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During the Committee on Appropriation budget hearing, the Department Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Ramon Paje and Congresswoman Regina Ongsiako Reyes talked about one of the largest and major disasters in the world, the MARCOPPER.
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Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the earth from an orebody, lode, vein, seam, or reef, which forms the mineralized package of economic interest to the miner. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Public domain image source in video
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