Honduran Re-sisters testify about the pollution and health problems caused by the mine. They also ask questions about the meaning of 'development' and talk about the actions they are taking.
Ada Zuniga Hernandez talks about the health impacts of mining activities by Canadian corporation Goldcorp Inc.
Oneyda Velasquez talks about water pollution caused by the San Martin gold mine, owned by Canadian corporation Goldcorp Inc.
Modesta Arteaga Ramos talks about the health impacts of mining activities by Canadian corporation Goldcorp Inc.
Hilda Lainez Velasquez talks about the impacts on agriculture and health of mining activities by Canadian corporation Goldcorp Inc.
Belina Ramona Miranda talks about the health impacts of mining activities by Canadian corporation Goldcorp Inc.
The woman talks about the feared destruction of an area because of plans by Canadian company Manhattan Minerals to develop a gold mine in Tambogrande.
The farmer explains how he fears for the survival of his lime and mango trees if the planned Tambograde gold mine of Canadian company Manhattan Minerals is developed.
The lady expresses her concerns about the likely destruction of her fruit trees if plans for a gold mine in Tambogrande by Canadian company Manhattan Minerals go ahead.
Mrs Oneyda talks about water pollution caused by the San Martín gold mine owned by Canadian company Goldcorp Inc.
Aldrin from haiti on climate change
On April 28, 2003, the Salado river burst its banks flooding and submerging Santa Fe City within a few hours. Experts concluded that the rains preceding the disaster were the highest on record causing the "collapse of the natural course of drainage waters". It was not the first huge flood in Argentina, but undoubtedly it left the biggest number of climate refugees: more than 40,000 people without a roof, without clothes, without a history.