La Morada - Miski Mayo, Peru

Description

El proyecto La Morada, perteneciente a la Minera Miski Mayo(Vale do Rio Doce), se encuentra ubicado entre los distritos de Pedro Galvez, provincia de San Marcos, distrito de Cachachi, provincia de Cajabamba, y Jesus, distrito de Cajamarca. Dicho proyecto solo presenta una declaracion jurada con relacion al estudio Ambiental del Proyecto de Exploracion.

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Basic Data
NameLa Morada - Miski Mayo, Peru
CountryPeru
ProvinceCajamarca
SiteJesus, Pedro Galvez (San Marcos), Cachachi
Accuracy of LocationHIGH local level
Source of Conflict
Type of Conflict (1st level)Mineral Ores and Building Materials Extraction
Type of Conflict (2nd level)Water access rights and entitlements
Land acquisition conflicts
Mineral ore exploration
Specific CommoditiesCopper
Project Details and Actors
Project Detailsautorizadas 8 perforaciones exploratorias.

se detuvo en la fase de exploracion sin que se lograran determinar las reservas.

Project Area (in hectares)14000
Type of PopulationRural
Potential Affected Population4 200
Start Date2004
Company Names or State EnterprisesVale S.A. (Vale) from Brazil - formerly named Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (Brazil)
Minera Miski Mayo S.A.C from Peru
Relevant government actorsCongreso Nacional, Comision de Pueblos Andinos, Amazonicos y Afroperuanos, Ambiente y Ecologia del Congreso de la Republica
Environmental justice organisations and other supportersFrente de Defensa de Ecologia y Medioambiente de la Cuenca del Rio Cajamarquino, Federaciones Provinciales de Rondas Campesinas de San Marcos y Cajabamba, SUTE San Marcos, Frente de Defensa de la Cuenca del Rio Cajamarquino
The Conflict and the Mobilization
Intensity of Conflict (at highest level)HIGH (widespread, mass mobilization, violence, arrests, etc...)
When did the mobilization beginPREVENTIVE resistance (precautionary phase)
Groups MobilizingFarmers
Indigenous groups or traditional communities
International ejos
Local ejos
Neighbours/citizens/communities
Social movements
Forms of MobilizationBlockades
Development of a network/collective action
Involvement of national and international NGOs
Media based activism/alternative media
Objections to the EIA
Official complaint letters and petitions
Public campaigns
Street protest/marches
Impacts
Environmental ImpactsPotential: Air pollution, Soil contamination, Waste overflow, Deforestation and loss of vegetation cover, Surface water pollution / Decreasing water (physico-chemical, biological) quality, Groundwater pollution or depletion, Mine tailing spills
Socio-economic ImpactsVisible: Increase in Corruption/Co-optation of different actors, Increase in violence and crime, Violations of human rights, Land dispossession
Potential: Displacement, Loss of livelihood, Militarization and increased police presence
Outcome
Project StatusStopped
Pathways for conflict outcome / responseCompensation
Corruption
Criminalization of activists
Repression
Strengthening of participation
Violent targeting of activists
Project temporarily suspended
Do you consider this as a success?Yes
Why? Explain briefly.En 2009 el proyecto se encuentra paralizado y las comunidades han declaran no tener ninguna intencion de dialogar con la empresa.
Sources and Materials
References

Observatorio de Conflictos Mineros de America Latina OCMAL

Periodico El Comercio

Red Muqui

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Other Commentshttp://www.chs-peru.com/Reporte/Boletinpasados/020907/Documentos/cronoMiskiMayo.pdf
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ContributorPatricio Chavez & JMA
Last update08/04/2014
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