Actual press release to trialogue political agreement 16 June 2016
The Stop Mad Mining network signed with 130 other organizations the open letter addressed to the European Union. Currently, the EU negotiates a new directive that regulates the import of minerals.
On June 4, 2016, CIR (Christliche Initiative Romero), a partner in the Stop Mad Mining campaign, was present at the sustainability day in Münster, Germany.
Summary from LMN member CAN’s Ditch Coal Speaking Tour with Vladimir Slivyak of EcoDefense, Russia
Re:Common latest report will dispel any lingering doubt that the current economic system based on extractivism is a war against the poor.
Activists in London gather to discuss Rio Tinto hosted by Stop Mad Mining partner LMN
A personal account by LMN’s coordinator of the 2016 Rio Tinto AGM
On the occasion of Earth Day on 22 May, CEEweb participated at a school event organized by the 16th district of Budapest. We aimed to raise their awareness about raw material use and CO2...
A report by LMN coordinator of Beowulf EGM, February 2016
Before we get to meet the people of Arcatao to be witness of their local referendum on mining, friends from our salvadorian partner organisation CRIPDES take us for a tour across the small Central…
Study “Broken Promises” covers up forced resettlements missing fair and sustainable compensation. CIR critisises ThyssenKrupp on shareholder meeting.
Following the UK Government’s plans to phase out coal-burning power stations by 2025, Coal Action Network have released a new report tracing and examining the places coal burned in the UK is coming from….
Most consumer products are based on minerals and metals – be it computers, gadgets, cars or: mobile phones. Watch our campaign clip and feel free to share with other German speaking interest groups.
CEEweb for Biodiversity and its partners in the European Resource Cap Coalition proposes a European Budget Scheme, which is a policy mix for deep decarbonisation of the economy in a socially just and eocnomically…
Polish Stop Mad Mining member IGO is calling for mandatory and comprehensive EU regulation on conflict minerals through a street action presenting phones stained with blood.