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  1. Harper's Third-World Environmental Policies for the First World

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  2. Foreign policy is mining policy

    a trend in international development that is raising new concerns. “As I listen to this conversation... ... The new direction in foreign policy is having other negative effects, the same House of Commons committee ... and $18 billion of its trade surplus. “Those kinds of numbers are giving Canadians a new appreciation (...)

  3. No more first come, first served for granting mining concessions in Colombia

    Español Colombia’s President, Juan Manuel Santos, announced yesterday that the country will be issuing a new mining code to boost the industry and reinforce control of illegal mining, reports local ... 5Mha, so the new mining zones are equivalent to 60% of what is currently assigned for mining (...)

  4. Small-farm families in northern Nariño stand to lose their land to mining companies

    the surface. Then the land began to acquire a new use, causing great uncertainty and conflict as residents were ... 500–700 meters below the surface, was initially placed here. But then new drilling sites were set up ... Development Agency (CIDA) and the World Bank.   The new version of the law gives foreign companies the same (...)

  5. Colombian gold-mining village fights to stay put

    by ongoing violence. And these efforts to restore land to displaced people have themselves triggered a new ... Mining development is also an increasingly sore issue throughout Colombia. Under new mining laws crafted ... to a new hospital now under construction in the principal area where the company proposes to resettle (...)

  6. Marmato municipal council prohibits open-pit mining and resettlement of historic centre

    the name “New Marmato” from all articles. 2. Keep the municipal centre in the Historic Area, including ... the resettlement of the municipal centre to El Llano at the bottom of the mountain, to be renamed “New Marmato,” (...)

  7. Mining in Colombia- At What Cost?

    Español A New Report from Peace Brigades International: Colombia is one of the most biologically diverse countries on the planet and is home to more than 10% of the world’s plant and animal species. But today, 40% of Colombia’s land has been licensed to, or is being solicited by, multinational companies (...)

  8. Statement By Tribes And Communities Affected by Mining Megaprojects in La Guajira

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  9. The UN Special Rapporteur addresses the impacts of extractive industries on indigenous peoples

    (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The Report provides ... Committee Statement   James Anaya Says Issue Will Be Major Focus of Work during New Mandate; Hopes ... of the 2014 World Conference on Indigenous Peoples to open a new phase in the promotion and protection (...)

  10. Declaration of the Colombian National Congress of lands, territories and sovereignties

    This is a series of serious commitments in the building of a new country, acquired by organizations and processes (...)

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