Mining has become the most important industry in Bolivia, with production of coal, iron ore and other metals accounting for more than half of all gross domestic product.
But despite the massive mining boom, Bolivia’s government has been slow to adopt the sector’s progressive environmental policies.
Bolivia is the world’s most heavily mined country, according to the U.N.’s World Resources Institute.
While the mining boom has created jobs and a boom in foreign investment, the country is facing a growing population and growing inflation.
Bolivia’s unemployment rate is now double the national average.
The country’s economy is also facing its first economic recession in more than a decade.
The country’s mining sector is heavily dependent on international mining contracts, and the government is attempting to find a way to balance the demands of international mining companies with its own domestic economy.
The Bolivian government is trying to create a “new model of development,” according to Bolivians’ president.
He said in September that his government would “focus on developing a new economic model that supports our citizens’ needs, while creating jobs, growth and investment for the Bolivi economy.”
Bolivian President Evo Morales has made environmental protection the key issue in his re-election campaign.
But critics say his government’s policies are not working and that he has little experience in the sector.
In June, Morales announced a new program called “Boliva-based Development” that will focus on environmental protection and social development.
He will introduce a set of policies to promote the growth of Bolivia’s mining industry.
In addition to introducing a new mining industry program, Morales has also pledged to create an office for the mining industry that will coordinate with local and international stakeholders.
Morales said the Bolivia Mining Industry Development Office will “focus specifically on environmental issues, including the impact of the mining process on water resources and the environment.”
Bolasas environment minister, Eduardo Paz, says that Bolivia’s mining boom is good for the economy and that it will lead to “new opportunities for all citizens.”
“The Boliva- based Development Program is a unique opportunity for Bolivias development in the fields of environmental protection, sustainable energy, social justice, the economy, the environment, and sustainable technology,” Paz said in a statement.
“The Bolivia-based Mining Industry will be one of the most promising economic sectors in the country.”
In February, Bolivia and the United States signed an agreement on climate change, promising to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25 percent by 2030.