The German DeepSea Mining Alliance in close cooperation with its European members

A group of German companies founded the DeepSea Mining Alliance (DSMA) in 2014 as a joint industrial platform to foster the German and international activities regarding deep-sea minerals and the corresponding mining of these resources. Its main objective is to support the coordinated representation of interests regarding politics, industry and society. Nowadays the DSMA consists of 28 members in total – containing six foreign members as well as seven scientific institutions. The most promising activities with the partners from France, Belgium and Norway are introduced.

Deep-sea mining |raw materials | rare earth elements | DSMA | ISA | Mn-Nodules | seafloor massive sulfides

  • Ausgabe: HN 117, Seite 50–55
  • DOI: 10.23784/HN117-08
  • Autor/en: Johannes Post

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