Crazyhorse resources

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.

Green groups to Canadian PM: mine your own business!

Source: 
Joint Press Release
Date of publication: 
9 November, 2012

MAKATI CITY – Environmental activists trooped to the Canadian Embassy today to greet the arrival of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper with protests decrying long-standing environmental crimes of Canadian mining corporations in the Philippines.

Calling for the immediate pull-out of errant Canadian miners from the country, the Kalikasan People’s Network for the Environment (Kalikasan PNE), joined by the Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas, Promotion for Church People’s Response, AGHAM-Advocates of Science & Technology for the People, Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas,

More provinces considering restrictions on mining

Source: 
http://www.bworld.com.ph/content.php?section=TopStory&title=More-provinces-considering-restrictions-on-mining&id=29350
Date of publication: 
7 April, 2011

THE PROVINCES of Zamboanga del Norte and Batangas are looking to pass restrictions on mining, approvals of which would add to a raft of hurdles for prospective investors.

A pro-environment wave appears to be sweeping local government units.

The proposals come on top of South Cotabato’s open pit mining ban, the implementing rules for which were signed last month, and existing mining moratoriums approved in other provinces nationwide.

In Zamboanga del Norte, proponents of an open pit mining ban claimed that two projects had led to water pollution and the destruction of agricultural la

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