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28 June 2017

Zambia: Regulatory agency says 7 mining companies causing pollution on the Copperbelt identified

Author: Lusaka Times (Zambia)

"7 mining companies causing pollution on the Copperbelt identified", 23 June 2017...

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28 June 2017
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27 June 2017
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ONG y medios han denunciado el “abuso policial” y la detención de cuatro personas durante el desalojo de una manifestación en contra de la mina El Escobal, de minera San Rafael, parte de Tahoe Resources....

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26 June 2017

So. Africa: Coalition of NGOs launch High Court proceedings to stop the commencement of coal mining by Indian owned company; say mining will adversely affect downstream water users

Author: Magan Van Wyngaardt, Mining Weekly (South Africa)

"Civil society takes Atha-Africa to court", 22 June 2017...

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26 June 2017

El Salvador: Academics analyse lessons learned from historic mining ban

Author: Robin Broad & John Cavanagh, Ethics & International Affairs

“Historic wins for democracy and rights in El Salvador ethics and intenational affairs”, 19 Jun 17...

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24 June 2017
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Author: CEPAL

“América Latina y el Caribe hacia los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible en agua y saneamiento: reformas recientes de las políticas sectoriales”...

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23 June 2017

Ecuadorian people affected by Chevron’s oil pollution continue to seek justice in other countries after US Supreme Court decision

Author: teleSUR

"Washing Hands of US Supreme Court, Ecuador's Amazon Chevron Victims Seek Justice Abroad", 22 Jun 2017...

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21 June 2017

German firms breach human rights abroad, govt. must to do more, finds study

Author: Deutsche Welle

In a joint publication [...] NGOs Germanwatch and Misereor have highlighted numerous examples of human rights abuses by German companies operating abroad... A third of the abuse allegations are concerning businesses in the energy and raw materials...

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21 June 2017
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20 June 2017

US Supreme Court declines to review judgment obtained by Chevron against lawyer of community seeking enforcement of Ecuadorian $9 billion oil pollution decision

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