One of Vietnam’s most verdant regions faces severe and long-lasting ecological damage if the government moves ahead with its multi-billion dollar plans to mine and process bauxite. The Save Tây Nguyên Campaign strives to raise public consciousness of the environmental and human cost of bauxite mining in the Central Highlands and to support Vietnam’s growing green movement.
Urge Vinacomin and Chinalco to exercise corporate social responsibility
March 31, 2010
Google Inc. says malicious software has been used to spy on Vietnamese computer users opposed to a controversial bauxite mine in the Southeast Asian country. Computer security firm McAfee said the perpetrators may be linked to the communist government.
The "malware" has targeted (...) (31/03/2010)