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A dystopia may be described as a dreadful vision of events to occur in the near future that may be portrayed in David Mitchells' book, Cloud Atlas, in which the writer mentions of contaminated lands, waters and atmosphere (Mitchell, 2004). This type of mysterious wasteland is imminent in Rosia Montana, Romania in which a significant gold mining project managed by Gabriel Resources Ltd, a Canadian firm, could demolish three cities and four mountains, and build up a considerable reservoir for 214 million tons of cyanide waste that's utilized to extract gold from ore (BBC, 2013). Although many ethical issues could be depicted by this, the author opted to highlight whether CFO, Jonathan Henry alongside the board of supervisors should continue with this over 12 year old job and ruin its reputation farther (share price is considerably affected) and also ruin the environment or convey the 585 million spent already and pursue legal actions under investment protection treaties that could price Romania billions of bucks (Buckley, 2013). Such a gigantic gold mining project has never been attempted in Europe which will infusion 330.5 tonnes of stone and also 1,628.4 tonnes of silver (Zaharia, 2010, p.5) at the expense of infecting surrounding rivers, including the Danube alongside physical, chemical, and biological degradation of land (Ştefănescu et al. 2011, p.3) and atmospheric pollution (with particulate issues, gas, and aerosols).) The CFO of this Canadian mining firm continues in reassuring the population by stating that it will meet the highest business standards and that the pollution conditions will be resolved in accordance to the European Union standards (Zaharia, 2010, p.6) that Shrivastava and Siomkos (1989, pp. 26-30) and Vassilikopoulou and.