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Losing ground: How are India’s conservation efforts putting the local communities in peril?

A thematic map on conservation conflicts in protected areas in India reveals how the strict wildlife policies have undermined the rights of indigenous & local communities. It has been developed by the EJAtlas team in collaboration with Kalpavriksh, India.

Map of Airport-Related Injustice and Resistance

This online interactive map brings together case studies documenting a diversity of injustice related to airport projects across the world. It was developed in collaboration between the Environmental Justice Atlas and Stay Grounded.
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Mega puerto de Chancay. Peru.

The Chancay Multipurpose Port Terminal is the largest Chinese port investment in Latin America. It is part of the Belt and Road Initiative, also called the New Silk Road, one of the largest commercial projects in China.

Nitrogen crisis and farmers' protests. The Netherlands.

Dutch farmers strongly mobilized against green reforms enacted by the government aimed at reducing nitrogen levels. The Farmer Citizen Movement (BBB) became the leading party in the 2023 provincial elections.

Coal fired power plant near conservation areas in Pacitan, East Java, Indonesia

Complaints about decline of fisheries, coal dust and killing of turtles around the 630 MW Chinese financed power plant in Pacitan.

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.

Delong Nickel Industrial Area, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Delong Nickel Industrial Park, one of the largest ferronickel and stainless steel industrial parks in Indonesia, with captive CFPPs, faced social, environmental, and labor complaints and violent protests.

La Compañía Rio Tinto y la matanza de 1888, Andalucía, España

La empresa Rio Tinto se formó en 1873. En febrero de 1888 una gran manifestación contra los gases sulfurosos producidos por la combustión de piritas de cobre derivó en una masacre llevada a cabo por el Ejército.

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