Join us as Rob Robinson, leader of the GeoTech team that has been monitoring and researching the cracked houses surrounding the Marlin Mine in Guatemala since 2005 and has researched the issues surrounding the reclamation of the mine, shares a general overview of mining issues, a history of transnational corporations repeating itself in Guatemala, the current impacts of the Marlin Mine on local people and the environment, and the legacy impacts of Guatemala’s Marlin Mine.
Rob Robinson is a mining and environmental engineer with 40 years experience in mine production and engineering, and the remediation of abandoned and historic mines.
Thursday, October 20
Denver Justice & Peace Committee
at Highlands United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
3131 Osceola Street, Denver 80212
(corner of 32nd and Osceola)
Free parking is available in the lot east of the building as well as along the street.
Enter through the door located on Osceola Street.
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