“Viewpoint” With Dennis Quaid Program Examines Gold Mining and Environmentally Conscientious Exploration

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The program, which is educational, will enlighten viewers about how mining practices have changed.

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Gold mining can be environmentally devastating, but it does not have to be. “Viewpoint” will provide additional information about environmentally friendly gold mining practices in the new episode.

Impressively versatile actor Dennis Quaid has been entertaining audiences since the 1970s, starring in cult classics like “Breaking Away” along the way. Now the “Innerspace” actor is putting his talents to use hosting television’s “Viewpoint”. The TV program is of the educational variety and showcases a wide range of topics that affect people around the globe today. Soon the show will dive into sustainable practices. An upcoming episode will feature experts discussing ecologically-sound gold mining options.

For countless years, gold has been a precious commodity. Many seek to get their hands on it, whether it be for decorative or adorning purposes, or for investing. Gold is a naturally occurring raw material and can continue to form in active volcanic areas, but the process of harvesting the mineral can cause more harm than good.

Conventional gold mining leads to ravaged landscapes, contaminated water supplies, and environmental pollution from toxic substances like mercury and cyanide. However, there are more eco-friendly options for pursuing gold. Eco-friendly gold mining mines and recovers gold with minimal disruption to the environment and without using cyanide, mercury, and other toxic chemicals.

Gold mining can be environmentally devastating, but it does not have to be. “Viewpoint” will provide additional information about environmentally friendly gold mining practices in the new episode.

“Viewpoint” with host Dennis Quaid is carefully reviewed before airing to a public viewing audience. The educational TV program has accepted numerous awards for its endeavors in television.

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