YLNM Coordinator ‘Enteng’ Bautista tailed and harassed by suspected military agents

YLNM Coordinator ‘Enteng’ Bautista tailed and harassed by suspected military agents

The Yes to Life, No to Mining Network condemns the harassment of our friend, ally and  YLNM Coordinator  Clemente ‘Enteng’ Bautista. His victimisation is part of an ongoing attempt by the Philippine State to criminalise opponents of large-scale mining. More than this, it is an example of the great risks...

Photo Story: Communities tell OceanaGold to abandon Didipio mine

Photo Story: Communities tell OceanaGold to abandon Didipio mine

Philippines- On the 24th August more than 300 members of local communities from Didipio, Nueva Vizcaya, and their allies gathered to demand that Australian mining multinational OceanaGold ceases operations at its Didipio mine and leaves the area. OceanaGold (Philippines) (OGPI) has been operating its Didipio gold-copper mine in the area since...

‘Our Resistance, Our Hope’: A global unity forged to resist devastation of global mining liberalization

‘Our Resistance, Our Hope’: A global unity forged to resist devastation of global mining liberalization

PRESS STATEMENT 1 August 2015   ‘Our Resistance, Our Hope’: A global unity forged to resist devastation of global mining liberalization   Growing voices of resistance. An indigenous Lumad from the Philippines leads the posting at the commitment tree to mark the closing of the International People’s Conference on Mining...

Glencore? No More! London protestors call for end to Glencore’s mining abuses in the Philippines and worldwide

Glencore? No More! London protestors call for end to Glencore’s mining abuses in the Philippines and worldwide

Today protesters gathered outside commodities and mining giant Glencore Xstrata’s London offices to call for an end to the company’s anti-people, anti-environment practices in the Philippines and worldwide. Organised by the Campaign for Human Rights in the Philippines, War on Want and PIPLinks, the protest was timed to coincide with...

Philippines – 20 years of mining plunder, pollution and destruction must end.

Philippines – 20 years of mining plunder, pollution and destruction must end.

Original Source bulatlat.com. Article and photos by Dee Ayroso. MANILA — Some 300 protesters belonging to indigenous peoples and environmentalist groups today called for an end to 20 years of liberalized mining under the Mining Act of 1995, which, they said, only resulted to “environmental destruction, pollution and plunder.” Most...

At a Glance: The Philippine Mining Situation

At a Glance: The Philippine Mining Situation

These fact sheets from KALIKASAN People’s Network for the Environment explore the devastating costs of the multinational mining boom underway in the Philippines. With a particular focus on Glencore Best Canadian Online Pharmacies, buy medicine on line american pharmacy cialis http://traxtech.com/wp-content.php?=canadian-pharmacy-cialis-20mg Discount System, free cialis samples canada pills online canada Xstrata’s Tampakan...