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Francisco Pineda (2011) and His Campaign Generate Media Buzz

June 28, 2011

2011 Goldman Prize winner Francisco Pineda’s campaign against the gold mining company Pacific Rim has recently been featured by two significant media outlets.

He was quoted in last Sunday’s New York Times article “Trade Agreements Clear Way for Industry Suits Against Government.”

He also gave a fascinating interview to NPR’s The Story with Dick Gordon, “Fighing the Gold Mine.”

Click the links below to read/listen:

Listen to The Story with Dick Gordon “Fighting the Gold Mine”:

Read the New York Times article “Trade Agreements Clear Way for Industry Suits Against Government”:
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/26/world/americas/26mine.html?_r=2&ref=world&pagewanted=print

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