Activists say direct action to stop the project remains a last resort, but BC’s north wonders: is the RCMP prepared?
By Andrew MacLeod, Jan 24, 2014, TheTyee.ca
There are worries in northern British Columbia that aside from the environmental risks, approval of Enbridge Inc.’s Northern Gateway pipeline proposal and the resulting protests could seriously disrupt the economy in communities along the proposed route.
View original post 1,143 more words
by AMAN / Intercontinental Cry
North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia (OSM)
Three members of the Motoling Picuan indigenous community in North Sulawesi were seriously injured when a conflict between the community and PT Sumber Energi Jaya, a gold mining company operating in the area, escalated around midday last Monday, 6 January. Continue reading