22 july 2016: Global Day Against Mega Mining

In 2009, opponents of the gold mine in Cerro San Pedro, Mexico, inaugurated the Global Day Against Mega Mining at the Canadian Embassy in Mexico City.

In the years that followed hundreds of protests have been carried out to mark this day, 22nd July, in more than fifty countries and/or territories.

Whether they are operating in France, Greece, Honduras, Argentina, Congo, Burma or Australia, mining companies are responsible for serious social and environmental impacts. They destroy the living environment, monopolise the natural wealth that is essential for human communities and all of life to thrive and transform farming and indigenous villages into areas for workers who rely on the companies to earn wages to survive.


5 and 6 December 2015: Climate forum

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The European Water Movement organizes two roundtables during the Climate forum in Montreuil, December 5th. See the complete program.

Roundtable on "Floods, urbanization and climate change in Europe"

Collège-Lycée Jean Jaurès, room 433 - 14:00 to 16:00