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Cerrejon coal response
...We appreciate the BHRRC giving us the opportunity to comment on the report published by CINEP in May of 2016 titled “Mining, agrarian and environmental conflicts in southern La Guajira”. Although CINEP makes some effort to support their accusations with figures and data, we regret to say that most of their accusations are based on decontextualized information, opinions, and generalizations. In addition, we regret that, over the four years it took to prepare this report, CINEP never contacted Cerrejón directly to get firsthand information that would allow them to present a balanced report. Therefore, we offer information on the following topics: 1. Comments on access to land -Cerrejón rejects the accusation that there has been an “irregular concentration of land” as stated by CINEP in the report. On the contrary, all land acquisition processes have rigorously adhered to Colombian regulations. ..
This is a response from the following companies: Cerrejón Coal (joint venture Anglo American, BHP Billiton, Glencore)