Publication of E-Tech International’s Mirador Mine Strategy for 2024-2025

This document reflects our perspective on how E-Tech can work with all actors in Ecuador:  Shuar, local, regional and national government, civil society, academic and other technical professionals and Ecuacorriente to reduce the immediate and long term risks the Mirador mine and its enormous tailings repository poses to Ecuadoran largely indigenous communities downstream and to the environment of the waters and lands of Zamora Chinchipe, Morona Santiago and the Santiago River continuing south and east into Peru.

It is our fervent hope that some of the planned strategies can come to pass quickly to address environmental impacts that will be present for potentially hundreds of years.



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