In Indonesia, women farmers crush cement mining and production factories

In Indonesia, women farmers crush cement mining and production factories

Published by Women in and beyond the global. By DAN MOSHENBERG. April 8, 2017 Cement companies are looking to expand both mining and production on Kendeng Mountain, in central Java, Indonesia. Kendeng Mountain is located in a karst, or limestone, mountain range. It is also rich agricultural land. Women farmers in the...

Mining Our Roots

Mining Our Roots

  • Written on: 19 January 2015
  • Posted under: Videos

NAPE Uganda explores the current and future threats Ugandan ecosystems and communities face due to the expansion of mining activities in the nation. Testimony from the communities of Osukuru, Hoima, Tororo and Kasese reveals how mining for oil and sand are disrupting water systems, food sovereignty practices and undermining sacred...