作者 Raul Diego
Just before leaving office, Donald Trump asserted his executive privilege to deliver significant concessions to the mining industry, which culminated in the gift of sacred Apache territory to a foreign mining conglomerate
Like any military effort, the establishment of the U.S. Armed Forces in space is meant to ensure the expansion of capital, the protection of corporate property and investments on or off the globe.
UPDATE 6/19/18: On Monday, President Donald Trump finally made good on his promise to carve out a sixth branch of the military: the so-called “Space Force.” In his comments, he highlighted the need not only for national defense through a mere presence in the cosmos but through “American dominance in space.” While many have laughed at his comments,
The Ecuadorean government has quietly granted mining concessions to over 4.25 million acres of forest reserves and indigenous territories to transnational corporations in closed-door deals without public knowledge or consent.
作者 John Seed
Ecuador (Editorial) -- The tropical Andes of Ecuador are at the top of the world list of biodiversity hotspots in terms of vertebrate species, endemic vertebrates, and endemic plants. Ecuador has more orchid and hummingbird species than Brazil, which is 32 times larger, and more diversity than the entire USA. In the last year,
Trump is reportedly being encouraged by corporate executives to take advantage of Afghanistan’s mineral wealth
作者 Jake Johnson
Colombia’s Wayuú people have struggled to live without water since 2011, as a dam built that year has diverted the tribe’s only water source to a coal mine that consumes an astounding 17 million liters of water a day. The Wayuú say 14,000 children have died since the dam was built.
COLOMBIA-- On Colombia’s arid Guajira Peninsula – a region famed for inspiring the magic realism of Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García-Márquez – a quiet effort to eradicate the Wayuú people, Colombia’s largest indigenous
In response to enormous public pressure, lawmakers have rejected appeals by global corporations and voted to protect the country’s people and water supply by banning metallic mining.
The people of El Salvador and their international allies against irresponsible mining are celebrating a historic victory. After a long battle against global mining companies that were determined to plunder the country’s natural resources for short-term profits, El Salvador’s Legislative Assembly has voted to ban all metal mining projects. The