New data showing how much companies like Barrick Gold give back to countries they mine in is now available online
Three-quarters of the world’s mining companies are said to be headquartered in Canada, which means much of the blame ends up on Canada’s doorstep when things go badly.
The Australian Government has approved a new uranium mine on Indigenous land, despite ongoing investigations of corruption. While millions are being made in mining profits, some Indigenous landowners still live in poverty.
But even if the Abbott government could achieve what the mining industry is asking for, should Australians want them to?
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Activists and indigenous residents of Chile are challenging mining giant Barrick Gold and their Pascua Lama gold mine project in the mountains, which residents say threatens to poison canals, rivers, and glaciers and would irreparably damage the...
We Visited the First Nations Community That's Standing Up to Mining Companies by Turning Their Land Into a Tribal Park
30 years after first protecting its land from miners by deeming it a tribal park, the Tla'o'qui'aht First Nations community faces a new challenge from a proposed gold mine that is deadset on tapping into its vast natural resources.
Since March 2012, local community members have peacefully blocked the entrance to US-based Kappes, Cassiday & Associates’ El Tambor gold mine in Guatemala. This weekend, police officers violently evicted the protesters.
70 percent of the world's mines are owned by Canadian companies, many of which have left a trail of destruction in indigenous communities who have protested their presence. We interviewed Rachel Small, a member of the Mining Injustice Solidarity...
Indigenous organizations are accepting lifelines from a controversial source — namely oil & gas or resource extraction companies.