August 23, 2018
Gideon Lasco - @inquirerdotnet
The much-invoked argument that “because we all use products from mining, we must allow it in the Philippines” is a complete non sequitur.
Singapore, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Belgium—none of these countr...
July 9, 2016
The mineral resources of many developing countries have been viewed as a potential capital that can finance initiatives for sustainable development. However, in the Philippines...
May 5, 2016
THE PHILIPPINES SHALL ELECT ITS NEW SET OF LEADERS IN A FEW DAYS. EVER SINCE, AND EVEN MORE THAN FOUR DECADES SINCE THE DREADED MARTIAL LAW REGIME WAS INSTALLED, WHEN MARCOS AND CRONIES CONTROLLED THE...
April 26, 2016
ON 5 APRIL 2016 IRMA RELEASED A REVISED DRAFT STANDARD FOR RESPONSIBLE MINING FOR PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT.
RECENTLY, THE INITIATIVE FOR RESPONSIBLE MINING ASSURANCE (IRMA) ANNOUNCED TWO FREE WEBINARS...
IUCN-NL: Gender Webinars
November 9, 2018
ATM Statement on Green SONA Press Conference
Minerals extraction has serious social and environmental consequences. People in the Philippines have experienced this first hand. A sound governance...
Thinking before exploiting: stimulating informed decision-making (Article SRJS mining exchange Madagascar-Philippines )
November 14, 2018
ATM Press Release: Palawan Rock Pile and Protest Action
ATM Position Paper on the 25th year of the Philippine Mining Act of 1995
ATM Statement on the Mass Layoff in OceanaGold Mining Project
ATM Statement: Withdraw from Coal Campaign
ATM Press Release: Transition of leadership - OceanaGold Philippines Inc.
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