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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

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30 April 2019
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Author: Susanne Götze, Deutschlandfunk

[...] Lithium wird gebraucht, um Batterien herzustellen. [...] Rund zehn Kilo Lithium brauchen die Hersteller für eine einzige Elektro-Auto-Batterie für ein Elektroauto. Allein seit 2016 hat sich der weltweite Lithiumabbau mehr als verdoppelt und...

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30 April 2019

The downside of electromobility: Lithium mining in South America destroys livelihoods & access to water for indigenous people

Author: Susanne Götze, Deutschlandfunk

This is an unofficial summary translation by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. The full document in German is available below....

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10 February 2020
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Author: Amanda Romero (Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos), José Aylwin y Marcel Didier (Observatorio Ciudadano, Chile)

“Globalización de las empresas de energía renovable: Extracción de litio y derechos de los pueblos indígenas en Argentina, Bolivia y Chile (“Triángulo del Litio”)” – Diciembre de 2019...

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10 February 2020

South America: NGOs analyse indigenous peoples’ demands on access to water in fragile salt lakes in lithium production areas; Albemarle proposes a network to monitor water scarcity in Chile

A report analysing the demands by indigenous peoples affected by a growing demand of lithium extracted at three salt lakes in Argentina, Bolivia and Chile highlights the increasing concerns about responsible use of water by companies in that South...

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