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20 April 2001

Oil companies are destroying my country [Sudan]

Author: Independent [UK]

From an address given by the Sudanese clergyman Anthony Poggo to the Annual General Meeting of BP Amoco

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Article
19 April 2001

full transcript of "The Long March"

Author: Lifeonline: A multimedia initiative about the impact of globalization

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19 April 2001

The Long March

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19 April 2001

The Long March

Author: Lifeonline: A multimedia initiative about the impact of globalization

This second City Life programme tells the story of how one provincial capital - Chengdu, in South West China - has reversed appalling environmental pollution and improved the lives of some of its poorest inhabitants...A thousand businesses and as many...

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Article
28 March 2001

Arrests, Intimidation confirm human rights abuses at Three Gorges Dam: U.S. firm Morgan Stanley urged to cease financing of Yangtze mega project

Author: International Rivers Network

A recent report by Chinese journalist Wang Yusheng details how five representatives from a town slated to be submerged by Three Gorges Dam have been arrested for organizing petitions protesting corruption in the resettlement program. IRN has written to...

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Article
21 March 2001

Old Habits Die Hard: Indigenous Land Rights and Mining in Australia

Author: Lisa Strelein & Larissa Behrendt, in Cultural Survival Quarterly, vol. 25, no. 1

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21 March 2001

The Amungme, Kamoro & Freeport [West Papua]

Author: Abigail Abrash, in Cultural Survival Quarterly, vol. 25, no. 1

How Indigenous Papuans Have Resisted the World's Largest Gold and Copper Mine - The story of the Amungme and Kamoro peoples and U.S. mining corporation Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold ("Freeport") offers one of the best-documented examples of how...

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Article
15 March 2001

Boom time for few signals misery and death for many [Sudan]

Author: Mark Curtis, Head of Advocacy at Christian Aid, in Guardian [UK]

The foreign oil companies in Sudan are choosing to wall themselves off from these realities. Many, such as Talisman (Canada), Lundin (Sweden) and CNPC [China National Petroleum Corporation] (China), are complicit in the atrocities through their inaction.

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Article
15 March 2001

Oil firms stoke up Sudan war

Author: Victoria Brittain and Terry Macalister, Guardian

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Article
14 March 2001

Balfour Beatty Told: Drop Ilisu Dam [Turkey]

Author: Friends of the Earth UK

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