Communities defend right to clean water, continue to speak out against Tahoe’s dirty mine

NISGUA Blog, June 12, 2015

In honor of World Environment Day, communities impacted by Tahoe Resources’ Escobal mine did what they have consistently done since the mining company came on to their lands – stand up for land, water and life against mega-development extraction. The situation is critical: just over a year into the start of commercial production at the massive silver mine, water contamination and scarcity is already being reported and confirmed by community members, government officials and environmental organizations.

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