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Aug 29, 2008
Zinc and Lead Flowing Into the River of Kamenicka Reka

This month the TAI research team from Macedonia explored one of the largest cases of pollution of the river Kamenicka Reka. Namely, the mine Metal SASA is working near to Kamenicka Reka . After average of slag effusion done in 2003, reported spilling of an 70000-100.000 m3 metals of lead and zinc by the SASA mine. The authorities did not take appropriate measures to stop or prevent the pollution of the river.

Aug 29, 2008
Assessing Access in Yunnan, China
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The Yunnan coalition started their TAI assessment process during a training workshop from Jan 13-15, 2008, led by TAI core team partner Thailand Environment Institute.

Aug 19, 2008
Chile enacts Access to Public Information Law
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Last week, President Bachelet of Chile enacted the Law for Civil Service Transparency and Access to Information of the State Administration Organs. Under the new law, all state administration agencies -at the central, regional or community level- will be obliged to provide, within a maximum of twenty days, information requested by any citizen.

Aug 16, 2008
Tribals Fight for Access Rights in North East India
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There are reasons to smile for the members of the Idu Mishmi community in the North Eastern State of Arunachal Pradesh located in the Himalayan Mountain Ranges: The Government on 13-08-08 has cancelled the proposed Public Hearing for the proposed 3000 MW Hydel Power Dam to be located in Dibang District of Arunachal Pradesh.

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