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How mining companies mock indigenous peoples
Ecuador

How mining companies mock indigenous peoples

A few days ago, some agreements were known between indigenous organizations and mining companies that occupy the ancestral Shuar territory in the El Cóndor and Kutukú mountain ranges (1). An analysis of the three documents shows us what mining companies are capable of doing to access the minerals found in indigenous territories.

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Ecuador

The search for the "Industrialized Being" continues

Ten years ago the Ecuadorian state incorporated the law of nature into its constitution. What happened since then? Voices of scientists, indigenous people, and environmental activists from around the world, Quito. - The final image is the image of the present: while representatives of indigenous peoples from different parts of the planet celebrated the closing of the Symposium for the International Rights of Nature, singing their traditional songs, the rest of the public, most of them mestizos and whites, took photos and filmed.
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Ecuador

How mining companies mock indigenous peoples

A few days ago, some agreements were known between indigenous organizations and mining companies that occupy the ancestral Shuar territory in the El Cóndor and Kutukú mountain ranges (1). An analysis of the three documents shows us what mining companies are capable of doing to access the minerals found in indigenous territories.
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