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24 October 2007
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Auteur: Friends of the Earth

A controversial mining development [by Rio Tinto] on the island of Madagascar, billed as a model for future mining projects, is damaging the local economy, exacerbating poverty and threatening unique biodiversity, a new report published today [by Panos...

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19 October 2007
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Auteur: Thomas Viehweider, CIEPAC

...en Honduras se está manifestando un avance concreto del Plan Puebla Panamá. Sus costas caribeñas se han vuelto de interés prioritario para las empresas transnacionales de turismo...En este artículo se analizan los impactos sociales para las...

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16 October 2007
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Auteur: George Monbiot, Guardian [UK]

I asked the Gary Player Group whether Suharto or his relatives had a stake in any of the projects Player designed [in Indonesia]. As I was unable to find any position statements about environmental policy or land rights on the group's website, I asked...

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13 September 2007
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Auteur: Steven Edwards, CanWest News

Canada faces a setback at the United Nations today as the world body prepares to overwhelmingly approve a declaration aimed at recognizing land and other rights of indigenous peoples around the world... The Conservative government says the Universal...

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7 September 2007
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31 August 2007
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22 August 2007
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Auteur: Sandra Cuffe, Rights Action

The indigenous Q’eqchi’ community of Barrio Revolucion was among the six groups evicted during three rounds of forced evictions in November 2006 and January 2007...mining company Skye Resources, which acquired the controversial property rights granted...

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22 August 2007
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Article
10 August 2007
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Auteur: Frank Armstrong, Kingston Whig-Standard [Canada]

If a court were to issue an injunction ordering protesters to stop occupying Crown land near Sharbot Lake that's being explored for uranium, it probably wouldn't yield immediate results, says a Queen's University professor who specializes in aboriginal...

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4 August 2007
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Auteur: Reuters

Tribal people in Orissa fighting a mining firm project said on Friday they would keep up protests after returning from a shareholder meeting in Britain this week…Vedanta Resources Plc wants to mine the lushly-forested Niyamgiri hills in Orissa...

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