Memo Abra Pampa, August 19-20, 2008

dc.creatorWooten, Matthewen
dc.creatorDulitzky, Arielen
dc.date.accessioned2012-12-06T17:31:02Zen
dc.date.available2012-12-06T17:31:02Zen
dc.date.issued2008-08-19en
dc.descriptionThis is an email chain between University of Texas student Matthew Wooten and Professor Ariel Dulitzky of the Human Rights Clinic. Wooten sends documents to Professor Dulitzky and describes meeting with a “Fiscal Federal,” a federal prosecutor of the Argentinian government, Antonio Gustavo Gomez. Apparently the prosecutor’s office had spoken with the Indian Law Research Center about Abra Pampa. Wooten and the prosecutor also spoke of other mines such as the Minera Alumbrera and Agua Rica, which uses tremendous amounts of water from the Campo el Arenales aquifer. The mining company’s own Environmental Impact study had stated that the water use would probably cause significant local climate change over the next 40 years; the Calchaqui Valleys will dry up. Professor Dulitzky mentions knowing Leonardo Crippa from the Indian Law Resource Center.en
dc.description.departmentLawen
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2152/18965en
dc.language.isoengen
dc.subjectArgentinaen
dc.subjectAriel Dulitzkyen
dc.subjectHuman Rights Clinicen
dc.subjectAbra Pampaen
dc.subjectMatthew Wootenen
dc.subjectIndian Law Resource Centeren
dc.subjectLeonardo Crippaen
dc.subjectAntonio Gustavo Gomezen
dc.subjectminingen
dc.subjectMinera Alumbreraen
dc.subjectAgua Ricaen
dc.subjectCampo el Arenales aquiferen
dc.subjectCalchaquien
dc.subjectUntitled Green Hanging Folder: Emails HRC & Photosen
dc.titleMemo Abra Pampa, August 19-20, 2008en
dc.typeCorrespondenceen

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