Publication presents research conducted in Colombia, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador and Peru about illegal mining, gold trading and the destiny of this metal whose extraction is causing serious damage to the forests of the Amazon.
June 10, 2015
Ojo Público and the Peruvian Society for Environmental Law (SPDA) toured the main centers of illegal gold production in Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Brazil and Ecuador. See the map
March 25, 2015
OjoPúblico and the Peruvian Society for Environmental Law (SPDA, in Spanish) started distributing “Roads of Gold” (#Rutasdeloro): stories about illegal mining in the Amazon in five countries in the region: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru .
August 5, 2015
Mining areas and routes of illegal gold commercialization in border areas of five countries of the Amazon Basin (Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia and Brazil) are unveiled and discussed in “The routes of illegal gold. Case studies in five Amazonian countries”