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working to save the last .004 percent of the remaining ancient forests left in Ohio from the impact of pending mining activities.
http://www.dysartwoods.org/
dedicated to stopping the proposed Exxon/Rio Algom Crandon mine and preventing a metallic sulfide mining district in the Great Lakes and Mississippi watersheds.
http://www.earthwins.com/
helping the Afro-Colombian communities within the Choco bioregion by implementing sustainable systems of mining and forestry related to green markets and fair trade. Also in Spanish.
http://www.greengold-oroverde.org/
dedicated to cleaning up the environmental problems caused by mining and onshore oil development, and to preventing new ones.
http://www.mineralpolicy.org/
research, public information, networking, and campaigning against mining.
http://www.mpi.org.au/
provides research and education about the impacts of unsafe mining.
http://www.miningimpacts.net/
global environmental and human rights organization working to support communities resisting mining, oil and gas operations.
http://www.moles.org/
provides information on the potential effects of metallic sulfide mining on Wisconsin's environment, economy, tourist industry, and Native Americans.
http://www.wrpc.net/