Headquarters in Australia
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Currently at its exploration stage, the Tampakan copper and gold mine has the potential to be the largest open-pit mine in the Philippines and one of the largest of its kind in the world…MISEREOR and Fastenopfer in collaboration with Bread for All,...
- Related in-depth areas: Human Rights Impact Assessment of Tampakan Copper-Gold Project, Mindanao, Philippines
- This is a response from the following companies: Indophil Resources
[PDF] Global Capital, Local Concessions: A Data-Driven Examination of Land Tenure Risk and Industrial Concessions in Emerging Market Economies
Author: Rights and Resources Initiative
Using geospatial data from 12 emerging market economies (EMEs), this analysis attempts to guide investors in emerging markets by shedding light on a difficult problem: overlapping land claims that diminish the value and viability of industrial...
Author: Philippine Daily Inquirer
The $473-million buyout deal between Indophil Resources NL of Australia and Zijin Mining Group Co. of China has been terminated—a casualty of the trouble now plaguing the $5.2-billion Tampakan copper-gold project...At the root of the problem is a...
Author: Union of Catholic Asian News [Philippines]
...anti-mining activists are demanding international resource companies pull out of a local copper project, one of the largest in Southeast Asia...Some 1,200 people from more than 20 groups marched...to demand that Xstrata-Sagittarius operations cease....
[DOC] Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights - The impact of UK-based mining companies on the Philippines, particularly focusing on the right to food
Author: Working Group on Mining in the Philippines (WGMP)
This submission focuses on the way existing and proposed mining by global companies in the Philippines poses a threat to human rights, particularly the human right to food of local communities. Its findings build on the WGMP’s recent publication...
- Related stories: Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights - The impact of UK-based mining companies on the Philippines, particularly focusing on the right to food
- Related in-depth areas: UK Joint Committee on Human Rights - Inquiry on business & human rights
- Related companies: Asiaticus Management BHP Billiton Crew Gold (part of Severstal) Glencore Indophil Resources Intex Resources Pelican Resources Phelps Dodge (part of Freeport-McMoRan) Rio Tinto Sagittarius Mines Inc (SMI) Xstrata (part of Glencore)
Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
In February 2009, Robert Goodland and Clive Wicks of the Working Group on Mining in the Philippines - Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility, issued a report, “Mining in the Philippines – Mining or Food?” The Business & Human Rights...
- Related stories: Philippines: NGO report says mining causes "large-scale ruin, particularly undermining food production" Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights - The impact of UK-based mining companies on the Philippines, particularly focusing on the right to food
- Related in-depth areas: "Mining in the Philippines – Mining or Food?" report & company responses/non-responses
- Related companies: BHP Billiton Freeport-McMoRan Indophil Resources Intex Resources Pelican Resources Philex Mining Sagittarius Mines Inc (SMI) TVI (Toronto Ventures Incorporated) Pacific Xstrata (part of Glencore)
Author: Sun.Star [Philippines]
Anti-mining advocates here greeted with resistance the Department of National Defense's plan to deploy soldiers to foreign-backed mining projects for protection from communist attacks. Eliezer S. Billanes, chair of the South Cotabato, North Cotabato,...