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Environmental Governance of the Mining Sector: Mainstreaming Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Human Rights into the Mining Sector – Case Study from Colombia

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 Languages: English
 Date Conducted: 5 October 2017
 Video Length: 2:15:20
 Course Type: Webinar Series
This webinar explores tools and strategies to understand and act upon the effects of mining on human rights, including the right to a safe and healthy environment of different groups in society, across time, and across different localities. We will introduce the ecosystem services framework and explain how it can be used to enhance public decision-making and strengthen Environmental Impact Assessment procedures, thus preventing the negative effects of mining. The webinar will also focus on the environmental licensing functions and tasks of government institutions at the national and regional level. Using Colombia as a case study, we will analyze the role of public administration in promoting good governance and preventing environmental harm by the mining sector.

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Mayiani Saino

very informative and rich in information.

AMMAR BASHIR UMAR

Educative and well presented

Joseph France

Very very educative and well understood presentation.

Najeeb Al-Nowairah

We usually focus on the human rights and forget other creatures rights. We are neglecting the need of environment. It is vey good to let the alarm sounds hearable. Good video.

Sam RYUMUGABE

Wonderful and very insightful presentation.

Vikashni Goundar

This lesson was very informative as it educates us about the tools and strategies to understand and act upon the effects of mining on human rights, including the right to a safe and healthy environment of different groups in society, across time, and across different localities. In addition to it, it also introduces the ecosystem services framework and explains how it can be used to enhance public decision-making and strengthen Environmental Impact Assessment procedures, thus preventing the negative effects of mining.

Izhar Ullah

Good to learn