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Global gas Lock-in Map

This map shows European gas resistance in the context of massive proposed new gas infrastructure that would represent a “Fossil Fuel Lock-in” for Europe and massive public spending through the publically supported “Projects of Common Interest” (PCIs).

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.
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Think Biotech reforestation concession, Kratie and Stung Treng province, Cambodia

Reforesting forested land? The controversial Think Biotech project turns diverse natural forests into timber monocultures, grabbing the land of indigenous Kuy and local Khmers, who organize to halt further expansion.

IOI palm oil operations destroy Ketapang Peat Landscape, Indonesia

IOI Destruction of Ketapang Peat Landscape, Indonesia. International campaing against deforestation, peatland fires and using of child labour by Greenpeace.

Zushi Green Movement against US military housing at Ikego Heights, Japan

Residents of Zushi have been protesting the planning and construction of US military base family housing in Ikego forest for over 30 years in one of the longest ongoing cases of grassroots environmental movements in post-war Japan.

Ipilan and MacroAsia nickel mines in Brooke's point, Palawan, Philippines

15,000 trees were felled before the mining company was stopped by local inhabitatnts, local government, and also by the DERN. Bishop's intervention.

Antipollution protests against JinkoSolar Company, Haining, Zhejiang, China

Solar is not necessarily clean. The massive production of panels and improper management of polluting agents contaminate waters and soils. 500 local farmers and residents gathered in 2011 at the JinkoSolar plant to demand an end to the pollution

Artvin Cerattepe and Genya Mine, Turkey

Residents of Artvin, a small town in the North-eastern Black Sea region in Turkey continue to resist the opening of a dangerous gold and copper mine in the Cerattepe area since more than 20 years. After years of resistance, the conflict is still ongoing