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9 April 2019

Mongolia: Herders successfully reach tripartite settlement to remain on heritage land following lawsuit over impact of Oyu Tolgoi mine

Author: Rod Austin, Guardian (UK)

"An example to all': the Mongolian herders who took on a corporate behemoth – and won", 8 Apr 2019...

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5 April 2019

Ethical investors ask miners to publish tailings dam details

Author: Reuters

Ethical investors working on a global standard for tailings dams have written to 683 listed resource companies, including major miners, asking for information to be made public within 45 days about every facility they control... The safety of dams used...

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8 March 2019
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Author: Inclusive Development International (IDI) (Etats-Unis), Centre du Commerce International pour le Développement (CECIDE) (Guinée), Association pour le développement rural et l’entraide mutuelle en Guinée (ADREMGUI) (Guinée)

Les populations de 13 villages...ont déposé une plainte contre la Société financière internationale (SFI)...de la Banque mondiale...pour avoir financé le développement d'une mine de bauxite nocive. Les 540 plaignants affirment que la Compagnie des...

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8 March 2019

Thirteen Guinean Villages Lodge Complaint Against World Bank for Financing Destructive Bauxite Mine

Author: Inclusive Development International (IDI) (USA), Centre du Commerce International pour le Développement (CECIDE) (Guinea) and Association pour le développement rural et l’entraide mutuelle en Guinée (ADREMGUI) (Guinea)

Residents of 13 villages in western Guinea have filed a formal complaint against the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank’s private-sector arm, for funding the expansion of a harmful bauxite mine. The 540 complainants allege that the...

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8 March 2019

Thirteen Guinean villages lodge complaint against World Bank for financing destructive bauxite mine

Author: Inclusive Development International

Residents of 13 villages in western Guinea have filed a formal complaint against the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank’s private-sector arm, for funding the expansion of a harmful bauxite mine. The 540 complainants allege that the...

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22 February 2019

Australia's biggest coal miner moves to cap global output

Author: Cole Latimer, The Sydney Morning Herald

20 February 2019 Australia's largest coal miner Glencore will cap its global coal output at current levels in the wake of pressure from activist shareholders as part of a pivot towards minerals used in renewable technologies. ..."We aim to prioritise ...

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19 February 2019

NGO calls for change in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Standard to reflect the experiences of women

Author: Elisa Peter, Publish What You Pay

"Women and the extractive industries - time for the EITI to act", 15 February 2019....

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16 February 2019

Commentary: Beautiful legislation' fails to protect PNG's environment, landowners

Author: Lucy EJ Woods, Mongabay

"'Beautiful legislation' fails to protect PNG's environment, landowners", 14 February 2019...

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2 February 2019

Australia: Rio Tinto & BHP express support for special indigenous body to advise parliament

Author: Darren Gray, Fergus Hunter & Hamish Hastie, The Sydney Morning Herald

"'Watershed': BHP, Rio urge constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians", 31 January 2019...

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2 February 2019

Commentary: Post–conflict recovery needed before reopening Bougainville's Panguna mine

Author: Catherine Wilson, The Interpreter

"The new battle for Bougainville's Panguna mine", 21 August 2018 Speculation about the future of the Panguna copper mine in Papua New Guinea's autonomous region of Bougainville...by former Rio Tinto subsidiary, Bougainville Copper Ltd (BCL), was put...

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