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Colombia gives greater scrutiny to mining projects

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EcoAméricas
July 2013
English

The article argues that "after years of green-lighting large gold, copper, nickel and coal projects, Colombia’s central government and its local authorities have begun to apply the brakes in at least some cases, concerned with the potential impacts on air and water quality." One of the sources cited in the text is Astrid Puentes, AIDA's Co-Director.