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Pushed to the wasteland: Environmental racism against Roma communities in Central and South-Eastern Europe

The ENVJUSTICE – EJAtlas team at ICTA - UAB in collaboration with European Environmental Bureau (EEB) and Human Rights activists releases a thematic map on environmental racism against Roma communities in Central and South-Eastern Europe.

¡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
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Lower Omo Valley irrigated agriculture development, Ethiopia

State-run sugar plantations and commercially leased land for the Lower Omo Valley. These plans are linked to the controversial Gibe III dam development upstream.

Uranium mining in Kakadu National Park, Australia

The injustice of uranium mining in Kakadu National Park is not the only one in Australia against aboriginal communities. By 2019, the Ranger uranium mine is facing enormous rehabilitation costs.

A decade longe battle against Yeelirrie uranium mine led by Tjiwarl women, Australia

Tjiwarl women alongside other people have fought the Yeelirrie mine for more than ten years. The mine has been approved by Federal Authorities. But they continue with the resistance.

Danish-Polish Baltic Pipe Fossil Gas Infrastructure Project, Denmark

The Baltic Pipe Project is a large EU-funded fossil gas infrastructure project facing resistance from farmers, local residents and climate activists. It risks breaching Denmark’s climate goals.

Struggles against in situ leach uranium mining, Black Hills, South Dakota, USA

Uranium mining is possibly coming to the region. Opponents argue uranium wells could leak and would contaminate the underground water, as in other locations. EPA's decision pending.

The Arctic Railway project through Sámi territory from Finland to Norway

The Arctic Railway would run through traditional Sámi territory between Rovaniemi in Finland to Kirkenes in Norway. It is resisted by Sámi communities and Greenpeace.

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