Conflictividad alrededor de la minería a gran escala en Ecuador: El caso del Proyecto Mirador

Translated title of the contribution: Conflict around large-scale mining in Ecuador: The case of the Mirador Project

Wolf Robin Steudt, Narcisa Jessenia Medranda Morales, Daniel Barredo

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Abstract

In Ecuador, a fundamental part of the new extractivist scenario is large-scale mining, which has been the subject of discussions and a source of conflict for more than a decade. This qualitative and inductive research seeks to analyze the conflict around the first undertaking of this category in the country, the Mirador project. As a main result, it is concluded that the Mirador project has generated a long-lasting process of conflict, with a complex variety of content and participating actors. As the backbone of the origin, development and possible solution of the mining conflict, it is proposed to increase transparency in public information as a democratic right regulated by the national legal framework.
Translated title of the contributionConflict around large-scale mining in Ecuador: The case of the Mirador Project
Original languageSpanish (Colombia)
Title of host publicationLas administraciones y las empresas comunican
Subtitle of host publicationProtocolo, eventos, mercadotecnia y públicos internos
EditorsMaría José Cerdá Bertoméu, Enric López Carillo, José Belda Medina
Place of PublicationValencia
PublisherTirant lo Blanch
Pages445-457
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9788418534416
StatePublished - Dec 2021

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