Mexico: "'They Have Destroyed the Life of This Place': Megaproyectos, Human Rights Violations, and Environmental Damage in Mexico"

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Company non-response
20 November 2012

Capital en Crecimiento did not respond to: “They Have Destroyed the Life of This Place":  Report on mega-projects, human rights violations and environmental damage in Mexico.

Company non-response
20 November 2012

Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) did not respond to: “They Have Destroyed the Life of This Place":  Report on mega-projects, human rights violations and environmental damage in Mexico.

Company non-response
20 November 2012

FCC did not respond to: “They Have Destroyed the Life of This Place":  Report on mega-projects, human rights violations and environmental damage in Mexico.

Company non-response
20 November 2012

Fortuna Silver Mines did not respond to: “They Have Destroyed the Life of This Place":  Report on mega-projects, human rights violations and environmental damage in Mexico.

Company non-response
20 November 2012

Minera Cuzcatlan (part of Fortuna Silver) did not respond to: “They Have Destroyed the Life of This Place":  Report on mega-projects, human rights violations and environmental damage in Mexico. Click here (also available in Spanish here)

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5 November 2012

[PDF] New Gold Response

Author: New Gold

…[We] accept your invitation to…present our arguments regarding the accusations contained in the report...

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Article
1 March 2012

[DOC] They Have Destroyed the Life of This Place”: Megaproyectos, Human Rights Violations, and Environmental Damage in Mexico

Author: Centro de Derechos Humanos Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez [Mexico]

This report documents the environmental and socioeconomic effects of a select number of megaproyectos in Mexico…[We invited to all the companies mentioned in this report to respond. New Gold's response has already been provided. Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas (FCC), Capital en Crecimiento y Minera Cuzcatlán/ Fortuna Silver did not respond. We are trying to obtain a response by Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE)]

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