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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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Belinga iron ore mine and Belinga dam, Gabon

Large iron ore mine and related dams and railway in Gabon, to be developed by Chinese company. Opposition from Brainforest and activist Marc Ona Essangui

Tata Steel creates pollution and public health concerns in IJmuiden, The Netherlands

Steel production severely impacts public health and environment. Even though Tata Steel is the country's biggest emitter of CO2 and nitrogen, the factory is still operating as usual.

Comunidad de Catacaos vs. Sodalicio. Peru.

The comuneros of Catacaos appeal to the Vatican against land grabbing by the Asociación San Juan Bautista, whose president is the Archbishop of Piura, a top member of the Sodalicio.

Namakhvani HPP dam in Imereti region, Georgia

In 2019, the Georgian government agreed with two foreign private companies to builg a hydroelectric power plant and a dam in the Namakhvani area in the Imereti region. Massive protest led to the project’s abandonment in 2021.

Guadalcazar, hazardous waste dumping by USA firm Metalclad. Mexico.

This “model investment” for disposal of dangerous residues under the North American Free Trade Agreement ended up being the first case against Mexico before a NAFTA panel to get compensation for foreign investors.

Toxic Waste Landfill in Kettleman City, Calif. A case of environmental racism. USA

In 1979, without informing Kettleman City's residents, a toxic dump owned by Chemical Waste Management - the world's largest waste disposal company - was established 3.5 miles from the town.

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