The Peruvian Supreme Court accepted Walter Aduviri’s appeal and overturned the sentence against him. Aduviri has been a spokesperson for the Aymara indigenous communities.
Changing public policy and mining practices to ensure the health of individuals, communities and ecosystems.
The Chief of Alderville First Nation and over 250 people gathered at a community information meeting to oppose the McBride mining project.
They call for an end to the environmental harms, community division, militarization and repression that the project has brought into their lives, and that Tahoe Resources permanently close the mine.
In a video released by MiningWatch Canada, women living in villages around Barrick Gold’s North Mara mine in Tanzania speak out publicly for the first time about the sexual violence they suffered.
Stand for Water is a movement to raise awareness of the threats mining operations pose to waterways throughout BC and across borders, and to incorporate free, prior, and informed consent principles.
The Sisson Mine project (Northcliff/HDI/Todd Minerals) is currently applying for permission to dump millions of tons of mining waste into the headwaters of the pristine Nashwaak river and watershed.
The government has set out some ambitious objectives for this bill, but several shortcomings must be addressed in order for the new Impact Assessment Act to meet those goals.
Thirty leading Quebec health, union and asbestos victims organisations and health directors have launched a united appeal to the leaders of all four Quebec political parties to protect Quebeckers.
Eabametoong First Nation (EFN) is demanding a judicial review of Ontario's permit for Landore Resources to drill for gold in environmentally and culturally sensitive areas.
What green economy?A continuing emphasis on a “rip it and ship it” economy that pushes extraction ahead of value-added processing and manufacturing has left Canada lagging in sustainable extraction.