Monday, December 6, 2021
Mexican farmers are up in arms against mining companies that threaten their communities.
An indigenous group has gone to court to challenge the government's legal right to change the mining law without consulting the indigenous population.The Center for International Environmental Law and MiningWatchCanada report.
Indigenous communities express their support for the legal challenge to the government's right to change the mining law. Beth Geglia reports.
The Red Muqui, which monitors extractive industries in Peru, says there are exciting alternatives to the current dirty and socially unjust mining model.
As if Honduras did not have enough problems, it has now been revealed that foreign interests are dictating important national policies.
Bishop Alvaro Ramazzini of the Diocese of San Marcos has written a hard-hitting report on the environmental, health and social damage caused by Goldcorp’s Marlin mine, located in his diocese.
With remarkable courage, Domitila repeatedly defied Bolivia's dictatorships in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. LAB carries some of the tributes that have been paid to her.
Guatemala Women Defenders Defy Canadian Mines and Plead for Help
Once again, mining becomes a source of conflict in a Latin American country.
Since the beginning of the year, there have been demonstrations against the activities of the giant Brazilian mining company, Vale, in Brazil, Mozambique, Canada and other countries. The latest protest, in Colombia, has left one person dead.

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