Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Chilean Court Sides With Indians, Blocks Mine Until Barrick Gold Keeps Environmental Promises


A Chilean appeals court ruled against the world’s largest gold mining company on Monday, favouring Chilean Indians who accuse Barrick Gold Corp. of contaminating their water downstream and creating more doubts about the future of the world’s highest gold mine. Full story here.

1 comment:

PLT said...

This corporate "paragon of virtue" was spawned in Canada, something, as a Canadian, I'm not proud to admit. Sadly, its behaviour in Chile is just another piece of a pattern of shameful behaviour exhibited by Canadian mining companies in many parts of the world.

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