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  1. 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 (...)

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

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  3. Against All Odds: The Deadly Struggle of Land Rights Leaders in Colombia

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  4. Monoculture tree plantations threaten land and food sovereignty

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  5. Disillussioned Members Resign from WWF Due to Its Support for Environmental Degradation in Colombia

    Fund for Nature), has publicly supported a Colombian governmental plan to build a new highway between ... of mature trees will be cut to clear land for the new highway. In addition, the road will pass through ... disappear from the Sibundoy Valley and the surrounding area if the new road is built as planned.   And we (...)

  6. 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 (...)

  7. 168 scientists warn on the so-called “biofuels”

    crops on it, the agriculture expands at other places. This often leads to new deforestation (...)

  8. 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 (...)

  9. COLOMBIA. VII International Mining Fair in Medellin. Deals for up to 350 million dollars, especially for goldmines. Demonstrators alert about dangers caused by the “boom”.

    industry is not new in Colombia. When the Spanish came, the indigenous people had two principal (...)

  10. Colombia’s Gold Rush: The Silver Lining for Paramilitaries and Guerrillas

    multinational mining companies over small to medium scale local miners. While this new gold rush represents ... sector, it seems that paramilitary and guerrilla groups have identified new-found fuel for their fire. ... revealed a surge in death threats from the right-wing paramilitary group—the New Generation of Black (...)

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