Miembros de YLNM se solidarizaron con Jesús Cruz de Stop Uranio de Salamanca en España

Members of YLNM have expressed their solidarity with Jesús Cruz, a member of Stop Uranio from Spain

Members of YLNM have expressed their solidarity with Jesús Cruz, a member of Stop Uranio from Spain

Thanks to all who participated on the urgent solidarity call. The letter was sent to Jesús Cruz and Stop Uranio on time....

For the Right to Resist !!! International Solidarity with blogger and Stop Uranio Activist from Salamanca, Spain

YLNM members support bolgger and activist Jesus Cruz, who is today Wednesday July 19 attending a conciliation act prior to a complaint for libel that Berkeley Minera España will present against him....

Los 9 coordinadorxs regionales de Sí a la Vida No a la Minería nos reunimos por primera vez en Galicia, España.

Los 9 coordinadorxs regionales de Sí a la Vida No a la Minería nos reunimos por primera vez en Galicia, España.

Estimadxs amigxs: A principios de este mismo mes, los 9 coordinadorxs regionales de Sí a la Vida No a la Minería nos reunimos por primera vez en Galicia, España. Juntxs exploramos el pasado, presente y futuro de la red YLNM e intercambiamos conocimientos, tácticas y solidaridad con los movimientos antimineros...

Buenas Noticias para la Red Sí a la Vida No a la Minería

Buenas Noticias para la Red Sí a la Vida No a la Minería

Estimadxs amigxs, Como coordinadores regionales de Sí a la Vida No a la Minería tenemos buenas noticias. Después de dos años trabajando juntos y construyendo esta red de forma voluntaria, hemos logrado obtener una pequeña financiación que nos permitirá a los 9 coordinadores regionales de YLNM de todo el mundo...

YLNM Regional Coordinators

The daily running of the Yes to Life, No to Mining Global Solidarity Network is overseen by nine volunteer Regional Coordinators from around the world. Each coordinator is actively involved in supporting ‘frontline’ communities to resist mining and sustain or pursue life-sustaining alternatives. They are the bridges making YLNM’s connections...

Global Day Against Mega Mining: 4 Inspiring Stories of Resistance

Global Day Against Mega Mining: 4 Inspiring Stories of Resistance

Published 22/07/2016 When working to expose and oppose an industry as destructive and deadly as the mining industry, good news can often be in short supply. This year has been no exception so far with new research revealing that mining is the most deadly industry on Earth for those who oppose...

WHEN WE SAY NO, WE MEAN NO: Wangan & Jagalingou People fight mega-mine to protect land and culture

WHEN WE SAY NO, WE MEAN NO: Wangan & Jagalingou People fight mega-mine to protect land and culture

By Natalie Lowrey. 22/07/2016 In late 2014 the Wangan & Jagalingou People, the Traditional Owners and Native Title Applicants of a vast area of land in the Galilee Basin in central-western Queensland, Australia, came together to say no to Indian mining giant Adani’s proposed Carmichael Coal Mine. Concerned about the irreparable damage...

Restore, Reclaim, Rebirth: Early Victories and Indigenous Resurgence in the Eurasian Arctic

Restore, Reclaim, Rebirth: Early Victories and Indigenous Resurgence in the Eurasian Arctic

By Tero Mustonen. 22/07/2016 The Circumpolar Arctic and especially the Eurasian North, both boreal and the tundra, are targets for large-scale mining operations and have been for some time, as the region contains some of the last untapped mineral wealth globally. At the same time, the impacts of climate change...

Tolima, Colombia: Resistance to mining becomes movement for peace and democracy

Tolima, Colombia: Resistance to mining becomes movement for peace and democracy

By CATAPA Belgica. 22/07/2016 On June the 3rd 2016, the streets of the Colombian city of Ibagué are packed with people. No less than 120,000 folks from every corner of the department of Tolima are marching as part of Ibagué’s Carnival March in defence of land, water and life. It...

All that Glitters is Not Gold: Resisting Mining Plunder in The Philippines

All that Glitters is Not Gold: Resisting Mining Plunder in The Philippines

By Clemente Bautista. 22/07/2016 In 2008, Australian junior mining company Lafayette went bankrupt after failing to commence commercial mining in the Philippines. And in 2015, the fourth biggest mining company in the world, Glencore Xstrata, was forced to make its own exit from the Philippines, despite the years it spent attempting to...