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13 Feb 2018

Armenia: Amulsar gold mine poses high risk of water contamination & adverse environmental impacts, say experts; inc. company & shareholders' responses

The report "Amulsar Gold Project: Overview of Concerns with the Amulsar Gold Project, Potential Consequences, and Recommendations" by independent experts argues the Amulsar gold mine project, owned by Lydian International, poses a high risk of long-term, adverse impacts to the environment, including drinking water resources in Armenia.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the company and its reported shareholders to respond. Lydian International, RBC Asset Management, European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD), Resource Capital Funds and Orion Mine Finance responded. Franklin Resources Inc., Donald Smith & Co., Amber Capital and ASA Gold & Precious Metals Limited did not respond.


European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Antwort anzeigen
Resource Capital Funds Antwort anzeigen
Orion Mine Finance Antwort anzeigen
Franklin Templeton (Franklin Resources)

Keine Antwort

Donald Smith & Co.

Keine Antwort

Amber Capital

Keine Antwort

ASA Gold & Precious Metals Limited

Keine Antwort

Lydian International Antwort anzeigen
RBC Global Asset Management Antwort anzeigen