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Map of Airport-Related Injustice and Resistance

This online interactive map brings together case studies documenting a diversity of injustice related to airport projects across the world. It was developed in collaboration between the Environmental Justice Atlas and Stay Grounded.

Mapeando los impactos de la minería para la transición energética en las Américas / Mapping the mining impacts of the energy transition in the Americas

Este mapa revela los impactos de algunos proyectos mineros de metales y minerales "estratégicos" para la transición energética / This map reveals the impacts of some "strategic" metal and mineral mining projects for the energy transition
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Delong Nickel Industrial Area, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

Delong Nickel Industrial Park, one of the largest ferronickel and stainless steel industrial parks in Indonesia, with captive CFPPs, faced some social, environmental, and labor complaints and violent protests.

GENESIS Matsushima Plan, Japan

In Japan, citizens are opposing the plan to "upcycle" inefficient retiring coal fire power plants, calling them coal-fired Zombies

Taksim Square and Gezi Park construction works, Turkey

When in late May 2013, news spread that bulldozers were moving in to uproot the park’s trees in preparation for the construction of the barracks, a group of activists occupied the park.

Tanjung Awar-Awar power plant, East Java, Indonesia

A 700 MW coal-fired power plant PLTU Tanjung Awar Awar has encountered conflicts with local residents at Wadung village in East Java over the past years due to labor and environmental issues.

Indonesia Weda Bay Industrial Park (IWIP), North Maluku, Indonesia

Th IWIP has raised environmental, social and health concerns, including the displacement of indigenous communities, and faced a number of protests related to nickel mining, processing and captive CFPP activities.

Piper Alpha oil and gas platform disaster in central North Sea, Scotland

On 6 July 1988, explosions ripped through the Piper Alpha platform. Engulfed in fire, over the next hours the topside modules collapsed into the sea. 167 men died and others were injured.

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