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Dongria Kondh community councils voted to deny mining rights in their sacred Niyamgiri Hills to Vedanta Resources and forbid the company from extracting 73 million tons of bauxite from the hills.
A proposed gold-copper mine threatens traditional Tsilhqot’in territory where the people have hunted, trapped, fished, collected medicinal plants, and shared their knowledge and history from generation to generation through cultural gatherings and ceremonies.
McArthur River - Australia
In the mystical creation period known as the Dreamtime, the Rainbow Serpent sent cyclones and floods across a vast plain on Australia’s northern coast. According to the Aboriginal people
Uluru-Kata Tjuta - Australia
Rising 1,100 feet above the Australian desert, the red sandstone monolith known as Uluru is not just an international tourist destination but a symbol of the Aboriginal struggle for land rights.
Medicine Lake Highlands - United States
Medicine Lake Volcanic Highlands, in the mountains of northern California, has a natural healing energy that the Native people in the area have long recognized. Corporations sense a different
Black Mesa - United States
Every day for 35 years, 3.3 million gallons of groundwater were pumped from the Navajo aquifer, which flows beneath the Hopi and Navajo nations in Arizona, to transport coal via pipeline from a strip mine on Black Mesa.
Stonehenge - England
Nearly 1,000 circles of stone dot the landscape of the British Isles, throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, the most well-known being Stonehenge, which for decades was threatened by a road-building scheme.
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