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¡Esto no Vale! Isso não Vale! Vale S.A. global operations lead to socio-environmental conflicts

On the occasion of the International Action for Rivers 2019, the ENVJUSTICE - EJAtlas team releases a global thematic map on socio-environmental conflicts in the world related to Vale S.A. mining and infrastructure projects

Blockadia: Keep Fossil Fuels in the Ground!

On every continent there is an increasing frequency and intensity of resistance movements against fossil fuel projects. These interwoven spaces of resistance are Blockadia, along the chain of extraction, transportation and combustion.
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Indramayu Coal Power Plant, West Java, Indonesia

The operations of the government-owned coal power plant in Indramayu has caused severe livelihood losses to local communities. The government's plan to construct another plant in the area is met by local, national and international resistance.

Wind Farm CDM project in Kalpavalli Community Forest, Anantpur, AP, India

The Nallakonda Windpower project has negative impacts on the Kalpavalli area which was restored by a local reforestation initiative by the Timbaktu Collective

Isua Iron Ore Mining Project, Greenland

The Isua Iron Ore Mine owned by London Mining Greenland A/S has faced a range of criticisms given limitations in the public consultation process and the mine’s location in a hunting area 150 north-east of the capital Nuuk.

Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, California, USA

Environmental groups voiced concerns over wildlife and plants. This led to a temporary halt of the large Ivanpah Solar power project, the reduction of its size, and the development and installation of wildlife deterrents.

Celukan Bawang Coal Power Station, North Bali, Indonesia

Residents suffer severe livelihood losses and health impacts as a result of the operations of the coal powered plant. In 2018, legal action to stop its expansion was rejected by the Supreme Court.

Saami/Metsähallitus Forest Conflict, Inari, Finland

Greenpeace and the Saami people could victoriously announce that the Finnish state had agreed to protect 80,000 ha of mostly unlogged old-growth forest.

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