Press Release - Tuesday, November 16, 1999
Tuesday, November 16, 1999
Canadian NGOs Launch Campaign to Make EDC Responsible to People and the Environment
Press Responses : Monday, November 16, 1999
Agency under fire over dam
The Globe and Mail, November 16, 1999
The photos look idyllic -- a broad river, forested shorelines, thatch-roofed houses here and there along the bank.
Kimy Pernia Domico, an Embera- Katio Indian from northwestern Colombia, lived in one of the houses. He used to fish, until the fish stopped running. He still plants corn, rice, plantains and manioc.
Canada's Export Development Corporation: Financing Disaster - November 11, 1999
In 1999, Amnesty International raised alarms about the killing of four indigenous peopl
Race to the Top: How to make the Export Development Corporation Responsible to People and the Environment Report (November 1999)
NGO WORKING GROUP ON EDC (November 1999): Canada's Export Development Corporation - Financing Disaster
In 1999, Amnesty International raised alarms about the killing of four indigenous people protesting a hydroelectric dam in Colombia that has devastated their food source and, if completed, would flood most of their land.
In 1998, an accident at a mine in Kyrgystan resulted in two tons of cyanide entering a river. A lack of an emergency response plan worsened the disaster, leaving two people dead and over 600 hospitalized.