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EJOLT presents documentary to support the struggle of waste pickers

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A battle is brewing in Delhi, India over access and control to garbage. For decades, informal wastepickers and recyclers have turned garbage into cash. They cost the government and taxpayer nothing yet …

GRAIN wins the alternative Nobel Prize

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GRAIN, a partner in EJOLT, has been awarded the Right Livelihood Award, better known as the alternative Nobel Prize! GRAIN is an international non-profit organisation, a research and activist group …

On a nuclear mission in Namibia

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Radiation monitoring experts from France went on a mission to Namibia to work with activists and communities on uranium mining in their area. The objective was to increase the awareness …

Gold-mining conflict in Bulgaria under international scrunity

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Read here how EJOLT brought a well-known international expert in the field of gold-mining to shed his light on a local environmental conflict in Bulgaria. The small Bulgarian town of Krumovgrad situated …

Nature Kenya wins battle against biofuel plantation

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Nature Kenya, a partner in EJOLT, has welcomed the recent decision from Kenyan authorities to cancel a large-scale biofuel plantation project in the sensitive and valuable Tana delta. Nature Kenya …

A call to action for Environmental and Climate justice

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“After the success achieved with convincing Italians to vote against water privatization, Italian civil society is now calling to action for a broader set of goals on Environmental and Climate …

Unpacking the hot air industry

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The first priority for developing countries when it comes to climate change mitigation should be reducing poverty, but the market-based approach of carbon trading is doing little to alleviate imbalances …

EJOLT field trip to Bulgaria mine

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From 6 to 11 June, EJOLT partner Za Zemiata guided the ‘EJOLT-nuclear-team’ through the dirt left behind by the nuclear industry in Bulgaria. Literally. We visited an old uranium mine site where …

Algeria cancels fracking plans

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Algeria cancels fracking plans until at least 2022, after fierce protests in the south of the country, for the first time ever targeting the hydrocarbons sector. Prime Minister Sallal was …

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