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28 Jun 2016

Colombia: NGO recommends remediation by Cerrejon in report on impacts of coal operation, amongst them land grabbing and human rights abuses

A recent report by CINEP and Peace Programme (in Spanish) product of 4 years of research highlights impacts on health and the environment linked to coal open pit operation by Cerrejon coal (part of Anglo American, BHP Billiton and Glencore) on the population of southern La Guajira. The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Cerrejon to respond; the response is now available.

Company Responses

Cerrejón Coal (former joint venture Anglo American, BHP & Glencore; now part of Glencore) View Response