Save Dory’s home from toxic mine waste!

Save Dory’s home from toxic mine waste!

  • Written on: 17 June 2016
  • Posted under: Campaigns

The spunky Dory from the movie Finding Dory is a blue tang – a royal blue tropical fish that lives in the South Pacific Ocean, where mining companies are dumping toxic mine waste. TAKE ACTION: Help save Dory’s home! Show your support by signing this petition. Mining companies operating in...

New Zealand’s new ocean sanctuary will be a No Go Area for mining

New Zealand’s new ocean sanctuary will be a No Go Area for mining

Originaly published by The Guardian. By Oliver Milman New Zealand will create one of the largest marine protected areas in the world, spanning an area of 620,000 sq km. The Kermadec ocean sanctuary will be one of the world’s most significant fully protected ecosystems, the prime minister of New Zealand,...

The Legacy of Drummond in Colombia

The Legacy of Drummond in Colombia

  • Written on: 12 March 2015
  • Posted under: Videos

Original source: La Silla Vacía Research and testimonials from local people have confirmed the way Drummond, a North American coal mining company, Colombia´s second largest coal producer and exporter,  has financed paramilitar groups in north of the country. In 2019 the contract for its largest mine expires what means the government...