JOBENOMICS MINERALS PROJECT BY CHUCK VOLLMER! HUGE! http://jobenomicsblog.com/jobenomics-mining-initiative/
The Jobenomics Mining Initiative (started and promoted by Chuck Vollmer) recently toured the Rosemont Copper mine near Tucson, Arizona.
Liberty Star Uranium and Metals Corporation also provides an example how a small exploration and mining company could rapidly produce thousands of new jobs that would exploit US of gold, copper, molybdenum and uranium reserves potentially worth several trillion dollars.
Liberty Star is a small, publically-traded (LBSR: OTCBB, LBVN: Frankfurt), exploration and mining company with a 10 year history. Liberty Star Holds hundreds of square miles of copper, gold and uranium claims in Arizona and Alaska. In addition to its 431 uranium claims in Arizona, Liberty Star holds a very large block of claims in Alaska called Big Chunk, which portends to hold the largest copper/gold reserves in the world.
In addition, minerals-oriented companies, like Rosemont and Liberty Star, have made significant advancements in environmentally-friendly mining technologies and processes.
Quote: http://jobenomicsblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Jobenomics-Mining-Liberty-Star-Presentation-10-Aug-11.pdf http://jobenomicsblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Jobenomics-Presentation-12-June-12.pdf http://emerald-planet.org/0522112.aspx
Despite the lack of domestic funding, mining companies have found significant interest with foreign investors. Surprisingly, investors in Asia and the oil-rich Arab Gulf Region see immense financial potential in US minerals, especially copper and gold. To help exploit this interest, Liberty Star is working with US Citizenship and Immigration Services, a division of the Department of Homeland Security, to establish EB-5 Foreign Investor Regional Centers in Arizona and Alaska to finance scout drilling of target claims as well as conduct engineering, economic feasibility, environmental and socio-economic studies.
"In addition, the Jobenomics is raising several hundred million dollars of private sector capital for the specific business projects that would produce many thousands of new jobs. More importantly, these projects are scalable:
• Jobenomics-Harlem: Institute for Leadership and $20M micro-business loan fund established. Currently working on a business generator plan to create 1000 new businesses per year in Harlem.
• Jobenomics eWaste project: US/European joint venture for 10 turn-key US eWaste plants. Currently raising $60M for the first three US plants.
• Jobenomics Center for Industrial Development project: $25M seed capital for a hotel, training center and industrial park for foreign-owned business creation in the US. In addition, we have a joint venture with a regional EB-5 center to raise $55M worth of foreign capital, mainly from China. • Jobenomics Minerals project: a fledgling effort to raise $25M and then $200M from the United Arab Emirates for an Alaska copper mine project that is estimated to have several trillion dollars of mineral reserves.
• Jobenomics Veterans-Owned Business Center: $TBD to start a center to help returning combat vets to establish and fund veterans-owned businesses (VOSM and SDVOSM).
• Jobenomics-Honolulu: $20M acquisition of real estate for renewable energy projects
• Jobenomics Entrepreneur City Concept: in process of developing an investment fund for development of communities specifically designed for entrepreneurs and business development."