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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.

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
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Logging on indigenous Souy land in Kampong Speu, Cambodia

Chinese-owned sugarcane company HLH Group Ltd. began deforestation on indigenous Souy land in 2009. After collective action of all the villagers, HLH agreed to stop. Other companies, however, continued to landgrab when the government later seized the land

Dannenrod forest occupation against highway construction, Germany

The forest “Dannenröder Forst” was occupied by environmental activists to protest against its deforestation for the construction of the highway A49.

Coal mining in Enugu district, Nigeria

Coal mines at sites in Onyeama, Iva Valley, Ogbete, and Okpara, now abandoned, still cause environmental, public health injustices as locals combat efforts to sell the properties for more mining and coal power processing.

Expanded Nuclear energy, South Africa

The government proposed plans to build 8 new nuclear reactors. Duynefontein was chosen to be the next site for one of the reactors, though many continue to protest against its development.

GACH black sand mining in Sanyang, The Gambia

In 2018, GACH Mining started extracting black sand in Sanyang and nearby villages without local consent. Women farmers lost their livelihoods, but their complaints to the government have so far been unresolved and denied.

Exploitation of Forests, Cameroon

Since the 1950s, unsustainable logging in Cameroon has threatened rainforest biodiversity and the indigenous communities' survival.

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