Monthly Archives: July 2016

Share Holder Litigation Puts Spotlight On Environmental Risk

Madison Condon, JD, Fellow Earth Institute, Columbia University NY, NY   Dear Ms.  Condon:   Thank you for your stunning and seminal work accurately drawing the arc between massive investor losses and poorly developed mining projects  which manifest also in … Continue reading

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Samarco Mine Disaster – UN Experts Welcome Settlement Suspension and Call for a Timely & Equitable Resolution

The following text, in English and in Portuguese is as issued by the UN Special Procedures, Human Rights. They have been actively engaged and independently investigating and monitoring on the ground in Brazil since immediately after the disaster in November … Continue reading

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