Many organizations from Ecuador released a public statement regarding a letter sent by Canadian company INV Metals to the Cantonal Council of the municipality of Cuenca.
Changing public policy and mining practices to ensure the health of individuals, communities and ecosystems.
In the heated standoff in a time of emergency declared in relation to COVID-19 pandemic, there has so far been zero reaction from the Armenian executive officials and elected representatives.
Governments must be able to act in the public interest without fear of being sued in secret courts that often fail to recognize public health and well-being.
A group of legal experts has written to Ontario Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines Greg Rickford, calling for an immediate halt to mineral staking and permitting processes.
As Barrick Gold executives once again face their shareholders, investors should be asking themselves why this company is continuously embroiled in conflict.
In not acting quickly to curtail or halt operations in light of COVID-19, mining companies are putting workers and communities at greater risk.
Civil society groups from North and South America today launched an online map illustrating the harm done to communities at the sites of eight massive mines.
A request for the company to support the restoration of electricity to homes of the Karonsi’e Dongi people in Bumper, East Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Banro Corporation serves as a case study for the need to find solutions to protect not only diverse and sensitive eco-systems, but also the lives, dignity, and human rights of people.
We, the undersigned organizations, are deeply concerned about reports emerging from Chubut, about the increased presence of the mining lobby.