Can the mining industry save the planet? Probably not.

Can the mining industry save the planet? Probably not.

Dear friends, With the COP26 talks coming up, we have created educational materials for teachers and held an educational event for young people. Follow-up films to this event are on our website. We are working within the COP26 Coalition on a number of events during...
Making Connections: Follow up films

Making Connections: Follow up films

If you watched our recent Making Connections: Young People and Communities on the Frontlines of Climate Justice event and want to find out more, here are three films to watch about the impacts and resistance to coal mining. Sexy Killers  Indonesia Sexy Killers is...
Deadly dams, and victory over Dewley Hill mine

Deadly dams, and victory over Dewley Hill mine

Dear friends, We at London Mining Network send you good wishes for Christmas and the New Year. May 2021 be considerably better than 2020! The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), Co-Convenors of the Global Tailings...
The Vedanta AGM 2018: a complete farce

The Vedanta AGM 2018: a complete farce

But who will have the last laugh? By Richard Solly, Co-ordinator, London Mining Network See also Foil Vedanta’s AGM report, coverage by Reuters and the Ecologist, an analysis of Vedanta’s reasons for delisting, and the archive of news articles and comment...