Centro de Estudios sobre Minería y Sostenibilidad (CEMS) “Center for the Study of Mining and Sustainability”

Centro de Estudios sobre Minería y Sostenibilidad (CEMS) “Center for the Study of Mining and Sustainability”

In a country with significant untapped mineral reserves and mineral production accelerated in the last decade, the need for a center for advanced studies of… Read more

Desplazados de América Latina “Displaced in Latin America”

Desplazados de América Latina “Displaced in Latin America”

The logic of appropriation of natural resources, have generated unprecedented environmental crisis in which it does not consider the environment as a system vital for… Read more

Jesuit Institute in SA screens documentary on the Marikana massacre

Jesuit Institute in SA screens documentary on the Marikana massacre

Jesuit Institute hosted a screening of the multi-award winning documentary “Miners Shot Down”. The documentary follows the events leading up to the Marikana massacre on… Read more

The London Mining Network: Collaborating for greater transparency, accountability, and responsibility

The London Mining Network: Collaborating for greater transparency, accountability, and responsibility

The world comes to London, capital of the United Kingdom (UK), in many ways. London’s international and culturally diverse outlook is deeply attractive to visitors,… Read more

Perú – Jesuit Archbishop receives death threat for standing against mining

Perú – Jesuit Archbishop receives death threat for standing against mining

Mons. Barretto, Jesuit Archbishop in Huancayo received phone calls and SMS messages telling him that his days are numbered and asked him to get the… Read more

Weighing ANU’s coal play

Weighing ANU’s coal play

When the Australian National University sold its shares in a number of coal companies it received a mixed response. It won considerable support for the… Read more

Religious rebels rattle Big Coal’s cage

Religious rebels rattle Big Coal’s cage

The arrest last week of three identifiably religious people drew attention again to Whitehaven’s new coal mine site at Maules Creek, in northern NSW. The… Read more

China calls a halt to dirty coal imports

China calls a halt to dirty coal imports

From 1 January next year, China will ban the import of coal with high ash or sulphur content and slap a three per cent tariff… Read more

Kerala construction boom threatens ancient Catholic shrine

Kerala construction boom threatens ancient Catholic shrine

Proliferation of rock quarries could inadvertently pose a danger to Indian pilgrimage site “The destructive operations threaten to destabilize the shrine,” said Fr Xavier Thelakat…. Read more