|Environmental & Social Change (ESC) is part of London Mining Network (LMN), an alliance of human rights, development, environmental and solidarity groups.
They work for:
|The Yes to Life, No to Mining movement was conceived in 2012 by a group of individuals, organisations and networks, all concerned with the well-being of our planet in the face of the exponential growth of mining over the last decade. We were moved to take action against the increasingly devastating impact of the extractives industries.
The founding networks of Yes to Life, No to Mining, from Africa, Europe, North and South America, share a vision. They want to encourage communities saying NO to mining to connect across the planet, to collaborate and build their confidence through mutual solidarity, and support one another to stand firm.
|New Environmentalist Society (NES) promotes volunteering in the conservation sector and raises greater awareness of environmental issues around the globe, by bringing together a network of volunteer organisations. They seek to find new answers and alternative solutions to environmental conservation issues affecting our world. Their most recent campaign is to monitor the unique wildlife of El Rio de Aguas, the last remaining river that flows all year round on the coast of Andalusia, Spain|