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The treaty protecting Antarctica from mining and military activity | ABC News

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Published on Nov 30, 2019

Today marks exactly 60 years since the signing of the Antarctic treaty, which for decades has protected the frozen continent from mining and military activity.

Australia was one of the first signatories and is still playing a key role in protecting the region's future.

Carla Howarth reports.

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