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  • Mining opposition risks $57bn projected investment

    2014-2-3 · Close to $57 billion of projected mining investment for the year in Peru may not materialize, as continued social unrest triggered by opposition to extractive projects continues to cast a shadow

  • Opposition To Peru's Mining Industry Stratfor

    2015-5-28 · While anti-mining protests are not new in Peru, in recent months they have led to more violent clashes between protesters and police. For example, one protester died in marches opposing the mining firm Pluspetrol in Pichanaki district. Another died in protests against Southern Copper's Tia Maria mine near Islay district.

  • Fresh opposition to Southern Copper's billion

    2019-7-16 · Southern Copper Corp (NYSE:SCCO), the world’s fifth largest producer of the red metal in terms of output, is once again facing community opposition to its long-delayed $1.4 billion Tia Maria copper...

  • Peru: Gov't resumes mining offensive over popular

    2021-1-12 · Anti-mining activists from all over Peru met in Arequipa at the same time as Merino announced the government’s resumed mining push. The Alternative Mining Forum, hosted by the Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Arequipa at the National

  • Conga Mine in Peru Halted By Water Concerns, Civic

    2016-4-21 · An ongoing protest by Maxima Acuna de Chaupe, a local farmer, over land ownership in the mining area garnered her the 2016 Goldman Prize for grassroots environmental activism. The opposition at Conga was noticed around the world. Mining companies in India and Mongolia redoubled their focus on water protection in the wake of the Conga protests.

  • Community opposition forces Newmont to

    2016-4-18 · Output from Conga was supposed to replace production from the nearby Yanacocha mine (pictured), which is running out of gold. (Image from archives) Newmont Mining

  • Top Peru presidential candidate vows to curb foreign

    2021-5-2 · Colombian President Ivan Duque said on Sunday he would withdraw a proposed tax reform after sometimes violent protests and widespread lawmaker opposition.

  • (PDF) Globalization and the power of rescaled

    Opposition to the mining project was fuelled by the lack of attention to ecological problems and the devastating ecological impacts of state-owned companies in Peru during the 1970s [interviews].

  • Locals’ attitudes toward artisanal and large-scale

    Artisanal gold mining is expanding in areas where large-scale mining was opposed. • This paper analyzes locals’ perceptions in the case of Tambogrande (Peru). • Economic and environmental arguments fail to explain different responses to mining. • The degree of compatibility with the existing social order is the main determinant. •

  • Mining Conflict and Opposition Republic of Mining

    2021-2-19 · February 19, 2021 in British Columbia Mining, Canada Mining, Canadian Regional Media and Web Publications, Coal, Mining Conflict and Opposition Wildsight The Rocky Mountains are one of the most iconic and biologically significant mountain ranges in the world.

  • Opposition To Peru's Mining Industry Stratfor

    2015-5-28 · However, local opposition to extractive projects and social unrest from groups opposed to mining activities still hamper investment. While anti-mining protests are not new in Peru, in recent months they have led to more violent clashes between protesters and police.

  • Peru: Gov't resumes mining offensive over popular

    2021-1-12 · Anti-mining activists from all over Peru met in Arequipa at the same time as Merino announced the government’s resumed mining push. The Alternative Mining Forum, hosted by the Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Arequipa at the National University of San Agustin (UNSA), responded to the minister’s comments with a renewed commitment to

  • Balancing Economic and Social Concerns in Peru's

    2015-5-26 · Pervasive anti-mining sentiment and increasing opposition to upcoming projects have strained Peru's crucial mining sector. Demonstrations, some of which have turned violent, show no signs of dissipating, and more protests are planned in several mining areas on May 27-28.

  • PERU: Gold, Copper Mining Opposition Intensifies

    2012-7-25 · Peru gold, copper mining opposition intensifies. written by Polya Lesova. Wednesday July 25, 2012. LIMA — North of this sprawling capital city and high in the Andes Mountains lies Cajamarca, a region well-known in Peru for two main reasons: the conquest of the Inca Empire by Spain’s Francisco Pizarro and the area’s extraordinary wealth of

  • Peru: Anti-mining Governor, criminalised for

    2019-8-22 · Puno Governor Walter Aduviri was sentenced to six years in prison and ordered to pay 2 million soles in civil reparations to the Peruvian state, having been found guilty of inciting public disturbances when protesting against the proposed Santa Ana mine, a concession granted to Canadian mining company Bear Creek.

  • Mining Peru Yves Engler

    2011-1-6 · Godofredo Garcia Baca, a leader of the anti-mining opposition movement, was shot and killed under suspicious circumstances. The government of Canada has supported many individual mining projects in Peru, and has worked to provide the industry with a profitable investment climate.

  • Mining industry can now predict opposition to

    2017-8-7 · Newmont Mining, the world’s 2nd largest gold miner, walked away from its $5 billion Conga copper and gold project in Peru in 2016, due to relentless community opposition. (Image courtesy of Golda Fuentes Flickr.)

  • (PDF) Globalization and the power of rescaled

    Opposition to the mining project was fuelled by the lack of attention to ecological problems and the devastating ecological impacts of state-owned companies in Peru during the 1970s [interviews].

  • Peru, Bear Creek in talks on controversial Santa Ana

    2013-10-3 · Peru's government has restarted talks with Bear Creek Mining Corp over the Canadian company's stalled Santa Ana silver project and hopes work on

  • Main opposition party against mining wins Greenland

    2021-4-7 · HELSINKI (AP) — Greenland’s main opposition party, which is against an international mining project involving uranium and other metals on the Arctic island, has emerged as the biggest party