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Mujeres Latinoamericanas Tejiendo Territorios

Este mapa muestra las afectaciones a las mujeres por actividades extractivas y su rol en la construcción de alternativas. Se incluyen apenas 22 de muchos casos que se evidencian en América Latina y busca difundir y potenciar los liderazgos de las mujeres.

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.
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Batang coal fired power plant, Central Java, Indonesia

Batang district, on the northeastern coast of Java, might soon be home to what has been billed as Southeast Asia’s largest ever coal-fired power plant, despite many protests.

Israeli settlement industries polluting Tulkarem, Palestine

Israeli chemical plant closed down by court order in Israel due to toxic emissions has now moved across the green line and continues to operate leading to serious health impacts.

Anti-fracking movement and Petrobras Shale Gas Exploration Field AC-T-8 – Vale do Juruá, Brazil

A victory for the environmental justice in Brazil. Suspension of shale gas exploration by use of fracking at the Vale do Juruá (Amazonas and Acre), in a campaign by COESUS that reaches other states also.

Dicontent over land acquisition in Deocha-Pachhami Dewangani Harinsingha in West Bengal, largest coal block in India

Largest coal block in India about to be operational in West Bengal. Discontent is brewing over inadequate compensation to tribal people.

Margalla Tunnel Project, Pakistan

A tunnel was planned to be constructed through Margalla Hills, connecting Islamabad with Haripur. It would have caused environmental impacts as well as disrupt the settlements living in the mountain. Citizens protested this and stopped the project.

Zaporizhstal plant in Zaporizhia, Ukraine

The steel plant contaminates the atmosphere as well as the water in the city. Activists push local authorities to initiated eco-forums and round tables for a dialogue with the state industry for higher accountability