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Indigenous groups blast Amazon state’s plan to legalize ...

Jan 22, 2021 · Roraima’s mineral rich Indigenous lands — the most famous and largest of which is the vast Yanomami Territory — are already reeling from a significant rapid expansion of illegal gold mining ...

Amazon gold mining drives malaria surges among Indigenous ...

Aug 12, 2020 · On Munduruku land, gold mining deforestation more than doubled between 2018 and 2019, reaching 4,942 acres last year.

Are sustainable futures possible? Indigenous people and ...

Jul 01, 2020 · Closely entwined with indigenous people’s means of survival and the role played by gold mining for these indigenous groups are issues of land governance. Institutionally, the regulation of mining in indigenous lands is an extremely controversial subject and currently, it is regulated by the federal parliament.

Goldmining having big impact on indigenous Amazon ...

Oct 07, 2020 · More than 20% of indigenous lands are overlapped by mining concessions and illegal mining, it found, covering 450,000 sq km (174,000 sq miles) – and 31% of Amazon indigenous …

A gold mine swallowed their village. This Amazon tribe is ...

Feb 14, 2018 · For the Munduruku, the Tropas is now a dead river, muddy and toxic with mercury. Named Watch Post (the Portuguese acronym is PV), the village has been swallowed by …

Uncontacted indigenous people have been murdered by gold ...

Around ten members of an uncontacted indigenous tribe, one that has had no peaceful contact with mainstream society, have been killed by illegal gold miners in the Brazilian Amazon.The alleged attack took place last month along the Jandiatuba River, close to the border with Peru and Colombia. The crime came to light after the perpetrators were overheard in a bar bragging about “cutting up ...

Old Habits Die Hard: Indigenous Land Rights and Mining in ...

Indigenous Peoples and Mining. The relationship between indigenous peoples and mining is defined by struggles over access to land. The interests of resource industries, of course, lie in securing unfettered (as far as possible) access to land and guaranteeing that access over the longer term. This has sometimes meant quite heated campaigns ...

Indigenous Gold Mining in Southern Africa: A Review

colonial gold mining must rely heavily on a variety of historical sources, including oral traditions and the accounts of early colonial prospectors. Since the last com- prehensive review of indigenous gold mining, by Summers in 1969, advances have occurred in the understanding of

Mining & Indigenous Rights: the emergence of a global ...

Mining and Indigenous Cultural Survival. Mining activity often poses a tough and divisive dilemma for indigenous people and their communities. On the one hand, mining activity and its associated social and environmental impacts pose a threat to indigenous ways of life and livelihoods and to important cultural and spiritual sites.

Historic indigenous legal victory against gold mining in ...

Aug 13, 2018 · In a lawsuit that will inspire and galvanize many other indigenous communities across the Amazon for years to come, the Kofan of Sinangoe have won a trial against four Ecuadorian ministries and agencies for having granted or attempted to grant more than 30,000 hectares of mining concessions in pristine Amazonian rainforest on the border of their ancestral land without their free, prior and ...

"We are in great danger": In Amazon, indigenous Waiapi ...

Jul 29, 2019 · Illegal gold miners armed with automatic weapons and shotguns, invaded the remote indigenous community of the Waiapi and murdered one of its chiefs in …

Gold and Indigenous People: Small-scale mining in Benguet ...

Mangili says their ancestors were the first ones to do mining in Itogon, starting in the 14th century. But it was different back then. "Ang small-scale mining kasi hindi pa siya tinatawag noon na profitable, o tinatawag na kabuhayan. Ang gold noon ay parang way of life nu'ng mga katutubo noon ,” …

MESSAGE FROM GM: THE PAUSE & THE RESTART - Mining Vietnam

The main purpose of visiting Mining Vietnam 2018 is to source for crusher and pulverizer, filters and accessories. And SEFAR is one of the suppliers we have found at Mining Vietnam 2018 that meet our manufacturing needs. Can’t wait to visit Mining Vietnam 2020.

Gemstones in Vietnam — Pala international

Gemstones in Vietnam. A review. Pham Van Long 1, Gaston Giuliani 2, Virginie Garnier 3, Daniel Ohnenstetter 3. 1 Center for Gem and Gold Research and Identification, Hanoi, Vietnam 2 IRD and CRPG/CNRS, BP 20, 54501 Vandœuvre, France 3 CRPG/CNRS, UPR …

(PDF) Indigenous Gold Mining in Southern Africa: A Review

Since the last comprehensive review of indigenous gold mining, by Summers in 1969, advances have occurred in the understanding of metal technologies in the Iron Age that enable us to place gold ...

Environmental and social concerns at the Lihir gold mine ...

Nov 28, 2017 · Having the third largest gold reserves in the world, it has attracted large amounts of investments into mining. Among them is the Lihir mining operation which is one of the two biggest mines in the country [1]. The mine has been operated by Lihir Gold Ltd. and is currently owned by Australian miner Newcrest (see project details).

The Peruvian Mining Boom: Indigenous Struggle for Land and ...

Apr 09, 2019 · In 2013, Indigenous and campesinos communities gathered to protest 156 mining giants, including Barrick Gold Corporation and Peruvian state mines. The mining sector is a complex industry that affects Indigenous communities in multiple, often contradictory ways.

Illegal Mining Behind Mercury Contamination Harming ...

SEE ALSO: Southern Venezuela: A ‘Gold Mine’ for Organized Crime. The harmful effects of illegal mining-related mercury contamination are not only a concern in Colombia. Indigenous communities in Brazil and Peru are also denouncing the rising mercury levels caused by gold miners.

Thousands of goldminers invade Yanomami territory ...

Jul 01, 2019 · Up to 10,000 goldminers have invaded Yanomami lands in northern Brazil, spreading malaria in the region and polluting many of the rivers with mercury.. Although most Yanomami are in contact with non-indigenous society, one uncontacted group is known to live in the area being invaded, and authorities are investigating signs of up to six other uncontacted communities living there.

Mining Conflicts and Indigenous Peoples in Guatemala

2 Resurgence of mining and emerging contradictions (historical overview) 10 3 Gold mining in San Miguel Ixtahuacán and Sipacapa, San Marcos 18 3.1 The mine, the communities and other actors 19 3.2 Environmental and social impacts of mining on local communities 24 3.2.1 Loss of access to land and territorial integrity 24

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