Guatemala

lThe Maya’s Earth is being deprived from precious and vital natural resources. Source International supports local and indigenouscommunities in advocating against the environmental impact related to mining and agroindustrial projects.

Perù

Peru, is the emblem of a natural resource curse; up till date what has been the main wealth and income of the country, it  has also been the key factor for the country socio-environmental injustice.

Mexico

If the past of Mexico was dotted with beautiful Aztec pyramids, as of today modern times present usnew constellations of mining projects that expropriate entire communities from their lands, stepping on  historical and protected natural areas.

Honduras

Honduras,a country sadly known for the risks and death threats that human rights defenders and environmental activists face on a daily basis for advocating against mining projects and hydroelectric and timber trade.

Italy

In Italy, Source International providestechnical support to local committees and international organisation in need of scientific evidence for advocacy purpose, and also support awareness raising and capacity building initiatives with students and teachers in schools (see Training and Education page)

Mongolia

Mongolia has about 3 million inhabitants, who live in a territory in which thereare 3,000 billion dollars in gold, copper and coal, uranium and various minerals. For this reason the country is paying high social and environmental costs due to extractions.

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SOURCE is an organization that works with communities facing environmental pollution issues and health problems, especially related to extractive industries.

Provides scientific and technical supportcompletely free of charge to the communities to assess the environmental damage of their resources in order to promote restorative actions.

It trains  local leaders so they can develop their own environmental and social monitoring system.

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Cerro de Pasco is a city of Peru, hit by serious problems linked with environmental pollution related to mining extraction activities that are hurting  80,000 people.

 

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Un progetto di formazione nel bel mezzo dell'Amazzonia Abbiamo sviluppato un sistema di monitoraggio comunitario per l’estrazione petrolifera in due comunità indigene, Shipibo-Konibo, nella foresta amazzonica. Abbiamo inoltre eseguito una Valutazione di Impatto per i Diritti Umani. Le comunità sono state in grado di dimostrare diversi sversamenti e fuoriuscite di petrolio e le svariate violazioni dei diritti umani e hanno preso parte a un tavolo di negoziazione con la compagnia. Come risultato, queste comunità di Canaan de Cachiyacu e Nuevo Sucre hanno ottenuto un risarcimento monetario, nuove infrastrutture e un nuovo pozzo di acqua potabile. L’età media (che era di 28 anni all’inizio del primo studio) è aumentata da allora.
CANAAN DE CACHIYACU
LORETO, FORESTA AMAZONICA PERUVIANA
Un progetto di formazione nel bel mezzo dell'Amazzonia