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Alyansa Laban sa Mina (ALAMIN) to Work for the Reversal of the Reinstatement

Alamin will be exhausting all legal means possible to reverse this decision. For the meantime, we request for your help in circulating this information. And perhaps in the near future join the series of campaigns and mobilizations against mindoro nickel…Read More


The Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR), acting on the instructions of The Office of the President of the Philippines, has today lifted the suspension and reinstated Intex' Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC). The ECC…Read More

Parties Enter Due Diligence Process on Mindoro Nickel Project

Atro Mining-Vitali, Inc. (Atro) and Intex Resources ASA (Intex) have now as envisaged entered into a period of mutual due diligence. The parties reiterated their strong commitment to the process ahead. With the backing and strong commitment of its…Read More

Vestrum accused of Economic Crime

By: Asgeir Nilsen - Published: 19/06/2012 12:44:32 - Updated: 19/06/2012 1:32:48 p.m. More Sharing ServicesDel Norwegian authorities have charged Intex-chairman for breach of securities legislation. January Vestrum Anders, chairman of Intex…Read More

Bishop: Mining makes people poor

MANILA, Philippines—An official of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines disputed Saturday a claim by businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan that mining would help solve the country’s poverty problem. Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo, chair…Read More

Mining areas 'poorest' in country

Friday, March 2, 2012 MANILA (Updated 3:25 p.m.) -- Gina Lopez, managing director of ABS-CBN foundation, said Friday that the poorest areas in the country are those that engage in mining. Lopez, in the conference on Mining's Impact on Philippine Economy and…Read More

Who profits from mining?

by Atty. Rita Linda V. Jimeno Very few realize that to produce a single gold ring, 20 tons of mine wastes are generated. And where does all mine wastes go? To the rivers, the water systems, the air, the soil, the animals and the plants. Eventually, these…Read More
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