Friday, April 19, 2024

Mining

The death of Domitila – an extraordinary leader

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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: resisting destruction

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Guatemala Women Defenders Defy Canadian Mines and Plead for Help

Mining Debate in Guatemala Rages On

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Once again, mining becomes a source of conflict in a Latin American country.

Colombia: protests against Vale

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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.

Mining and the Management of Water Resources in Peru

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Peru is a country rich in natural resources. It is the world’s largest producer of silver, the second of copper and zinc, and the sixth of gold. Yet the distribution of these resources within the country is highly uneven.

EL ORO Y EL APOCALÍPSIS AMBIENTAL Y SOCIAL EN MADRE DE...

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In this article in Spanish, the Peruvian journalist, Roger Rumrrill, says that after just two years of illegal gold mining 20,000 sq. kms of one of the most biodiverse regions in the world have been destroyed.

Peru’s Conga Mine: A chance to get it right, or business...

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OXFAM analyses the protests against mining concessions in northern Peru.

Peru Conga mining conflict: Q&A

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A guide to understand Peru's current mining conflict.

Humala’s cabinet change: a shift to the right?

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The London-based Peru Support Groups analyses concerns about Peru's new government.

Peru: ‘economic growth with social inclusion’

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The Peru Support Group interviews a historic leader of Peru's left.

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