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Chevron is well known around the world as a company that systematically applies the "Polluter does not Pay Principle". This scholar-activist collaborative mapping project shows stories of communities reclaiming justice. #DíaAntiChevron

Climate Debt

The overconsumption of the available capacity of the Earth’s atmosphere and climate system to absorb greenhouse gases by the developed countries has run up a climate debt to developing countries and Mother Earth.

Permanent Peoples Tribunal Hearing on Corporate Human Rights Violations and Peoples Access to Justice

On the first anniversary of the UNHRC resolution to address corporate abuses, this Feature Map updates the state of some cases presented in the Geneva PPT Hearing. More to be reported very soon.

Fracking Frenzy

The high-volume horizontal hydraulic fracturing or “fracking”, generates serious and large-scale environmental and human health concerns.

Environmental Justice in Himachal Pradesh, India

EJAtlas collaboration with Himdhara collective. Despite the image of a "green state", the Himalayan state pursue increasing energy generation and industrial development by diluting laws and ignoring dissent.

Mining conflicts in Latin America

The mining conflicts featured map presents cases of mining conflicts related to metal ores, industrial minerals and construction materials mining activities. Metal ores present the largest number of reported cases.

Seed laws around the world

Under corporate pressure, laws in many countries increasingly put limitations on what farmers can do with their seeds and with the seeds they buy. This map gives a picture of of the situation across the world today.
Recently Updated Conflicts

Los Bosques de San Ignacio, Peru

The successful struggle to defend the Podocarpus cloud forest in northern Peru involved local mobilisation, criminalization and torture of activists, in a particularly dark period in the history of the country.

Long Teran Kanan communities against palm oil expansion, Sarawak, Malaysia

After 20 years of struggle, indigenous communities in Tinjar have not yet reached justice against the palm oil company IOI Pelita.

Massacre of Curuguaty, Paraguay

On June 15th, 2012, 11 landless peasants and 6 policemen were killed in Curuguaty, as the peasants were violently evicted from Marina Kue in order to sow transgenic soybeans by the Campos Morombí company.

Valle de Lurín contra constructoras, Lima, Peru

The last agricultural valley next to the conurbation of Lima is threatened by building interests. It is defended by agroecologists and archeologists.

Gilgel Gibe III hydro dam, Ethiopia

The third largest hydroelectric plant in Africa (1870 MW), and part of a series of facilities in cascade on the river Omo, is a top business for Italian and Chinese companies but drives the country into shameful violence against local inhabitants

Korle Lagoon Restoration Project and displacement from Accra's Old Fadama Slum, Ghana

When the slum gets in the way of tourism development, a flood opens opportunity. The government is using natural disasters as a reason to unilaterally determine the fate of the slum, while ignoring the rights of the people who are impacted