To help organizations and individuals inform themselves about mines and mining, AIDA has created a mining resources page. We have brought together and will continue to synthesize a list of useful references and resources for groups and individuals looking to educate themselves about the mining industry, mines, and their environmental, economic, and social impacts.
This book presents a diagnostic evaluation of the degree to which biodiversity has been integrated in Bolivian EIAs applied in several economic sectors.
Analysis of corruption study cases in the extractive sector and recommendations on how to prevent them.
The guidebook will help identify flaws in mining project plans, and explore ways that mining companies can reduce the public health hazards associated with mining.
Acid mine drainage is mining's most serious threat to water resources. A mine with acid drainage has the potential for long-term devastating impacts on rivers, streams and aquatic life.
This report will will explain how the mining of copper, tantalum, gold, platinum and other metals damages landscapes, pollutes water, and poisons people.
This conference addressed the tension between community rights and corporate social responsibility in the context of Canadian mining investment in Latin America.
Conclusions from the Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development project and an agenda that sets out actions for improving the mineral sector’s contribution to sustainable development.
This paper examines how states that rely on oil and mineral exports address the concerns of the poor.
The case of Mendoza teaches a valuable lesson to all Latin American countries: When citizens are aware of the importance of nature and the scale of the dangers it faces, they will not yield.