Alberto Mining

This section lists the companies, primarily mining companies, who are of interest to Philippine Indigenous Peoples - mainly because they are operating on their lands. The companies are listed by alphabetical order.

Pawid quits tribal commission

By Manila Standard Today -
Date of publication: 
24 August, 2012

Chairman Brigida-Zenaida Pawid has announced her resignation from the National Commission on Indigenous People during last week’s en banc meeting.

Pawid, a staunch anti-mining advocate, however, has yet to relinquish her post pending appointment of her successor, said sources who asked not to be named in the absence of a designated spokesman.

Lawyer Percy Brawner, one of the commissioners, is seen to replace her.

Malacañang is expected to act on the vacancy in time for the next NCIP en banc meeting on August 29.

Other commissioners are Roque Agton, Dionisia Banua, Conchita Cal

Mining permits in Paquibato opposed

Carmelle Marie Harrow -
Date of publication: 
19 April, 2011

HUNDREDS of farmers and lumads staged a rally Monday in front of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and marched on to the Landco Corporate Complex where the Alberto Mining office is located.

The protest called for a solidarity stand to protect the environment and avoid foreign investors from taking tribe’s natural resources.

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