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Conflictos y daños en los proyectos de Pan American Silver en América Latina / Conflict and Harm at Pan American Silver´s Projects in Latin America

Este mapa revela los daños provocados por ocho proyectos mineros de la empresa Pan American Silver, desde México hasta Argentina / This map illustrates harms associated with eight mining projects, from Mexico to Argentina owned by Pan American Silver

Waste pickers under threat. New waste management policies undermine the informal recycling sector in the Global South

On the occasion of the Global Waste Picker Day, the Barcelona Research Group on Informal Recyclers - in collaboration with EnvJustice , the Global Alliance of Waste Pickers and WIEGO - releases a thematic map of so cio-environmental conflicts
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Kobe City Fight Against Coal, Japan

The Kobe 1,300 MW project is one of many new power stations burning coal being planned or built. It is challenged by lawsuits. One alternative is to increase the use of LNG or solar electricity.

Brahmapuram Solid Waste Processing Plant, Kerala, India

The indiscriminate and unscientific management of urban solid waste by the Kochi Corporation at Brahmapuram posed over the years environmental and public health hazards to the residents in the area.

Deforestation and agrotoxics linked to Harvard University's land speculation, Piauí, Brazil

Circumventing legal restrictions through a complex corporate structure, Harvard after 2008 massively invested in Brazilian farmland. In Piauí, this has led to the destruction of forests and community land and polluted water through pesticides.

Anti-privatization of water supply and Remunicipalization struggle in Jakarta, Indonesia

Privatized water management left the city of Jakarta with poor water quality and access; a civil society coalition is seeking to remunicipalize water for the public good.

Sinop Hydroelectric Dam, Mato Grosso, Brazil

The recently opened Sinop Dam has revealed the inadequacies of Brazil’s environmental licensing system and caused massive fish die-off and methane emissions. Operations are currently interrupted, while affected communities still struggle for compensation.

Teles Pires Hydroelectric Dam, Mato Grosso - Pará, Brazil

Brazil's mega-dam Teles Pires is part of a series of hydropower projects in the Tapajós basin. It was politically pushed forward despite irregularities in the environmental licensing, impacted fishery and destroyed the indigenous sacred site Karobixexé.

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