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Oct 13, 2008
Heavy metals in the water of Kriva Reka, Macedonia
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The waters that are close to the mine have indicated pollution of a level-5 category, and the concentrations of lead have been above the allowed maximum level.

Oct 9, 2008
INDIA: DISTRICT COURT INTERVENES TO STOP FAULTY PUBLIC HEARING

In a rare instance, the District Court of Raigarh on 17-9-2008, in the Central Indian State of Chhattisgarh, stayed the proposed Public Hearing for seven projects which included thermal power plants and steel plant expansion projects on the ground of non compliance with the procedure stipulated under the Environment Impact Assessment Notification.

Oct 8, 2008
Memo on Freedom of Association

Carlos Ponce has written a Memo on the Freedom of Association. It serves as a resource for the various restrictions placed upon NGOs (CSOs) around the world, laws and regulations that protect NGOs, and guidelines to NGOs and activists on how to persevere in their objectives despite operating within corrupt or militant regimes.

This Memo can be found on the Resources page:

http://www.accessinitiative.org/resources

Oct 8, 2008
Environmental and Social Assessment Memo

Robert Goodland has written an Informative Memo about Environmental and Social Assessments (ESAs).

It details the essential elements of ESAs and also introduces new trends and components to the ESA, such as Climate Change and Sustainability Assessments.

The Memo can be found on the Resources page:

http://www.accessinitiative.org/resources

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