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Massive Exploitation of Mineral Resources Caused Mining Disaster in Tibet: CTA report (Central Tibetan Administration)

Statement and report on the landslide at China Gold’s Gyama/Jiama mine from the Tibetan Government in Exile’s Environment Desk. The report also provides background about the climate of repression and the interplay of politics and wealth within extractive projects in Tibet:   … Continue reading

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Green Mining or Green Washing? Corporate Social Responsibility and the Mining Sector in Canada (MiningWatch)

This article was written, translated and published in French in the journal  En Question (No 102, Sept 2012). Citing a number of mining projects in Canada, it questions current practices and frameworks associated with ‘corporate social responsibility’.   [From the … Continue reading

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