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Jose de Echave

Head of the Observatory of Mining Conflicts

NGO Cooperaccion

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www.peruviantimes.com

"The social conflicts increased in number and intensity," said Jose de Echave, an expert on the topic at NGO Cooperaccion.


dialogochino.net

As Jose de Echave, ex-deputy environment minister and co-director of the NGO CooperAcción recognises; "the mine's construction phase is the one that requires most manual labour.
That's already over. Operations now begin in earnest and where before they needed 10,000 workers, now they will only require 2,000. The majority of those will need to be highly-skilled. The challenge is still how to use upfront investment to generate development," he said. For his part, De Echave, whose organization has been working in the area since the beginning of the project, suggested that "for these communities, the change to the EIA was a surprise" and that their dissatisfaction is rooted in the impacts that increased traffic will bring. "For now, this topic is not part of the main agenda because they haven't prioritised investment in infrastructure in the area," Echave said. The issue is, as De Echave explains; "the modification to the EIA doesn't need such large public audiences, there's more flexibility and readiness to accept changes.


www.latinamericapress.org

Interview with economist José De Echave
Economist José De Echave served as Deputy Minister of Environmental Management at the Ministry of Environment (MINAM) between August and December 2011 during the outgoing government of President Ollanta Humala. De Echave is currently the head of the Observatory of Mining Conflicts of CooperAcción, a non-governmental organization dedicated to promote sustainable land management and building development alternatives to extractivism. In conversation with Ramiro Escobar, Latinamerica Press collaborator, De Echave analyzes the environmental performance of the five years of the government of Humala and refers to the perspectives on this issue under the government of President-elect Pedro Pablo Kuczynski who is to assume his five-year term on July 28. José De Echave / CooperAcción


therightsofnature.org [cached]

José de Echave, director of CooperAcción, said that free, prior, and informed consent was not done with the inhabitants, despite the Consultation Law.
He further stressed that the Environmental Impact Assessment presented was "inconsistent, incomplete and violated national standards."


therightsofnature.org

José de Echave, director of CooperAcción, said that free, prior, and informed consent was not done with the inhabitants, despite the Consultation Law.
He further stressed that the Environmental Impact Assessment presented was "inconsistent, incomplete and violated national standards." José de Echave, director de CooperAcción, manifestó que no se realizó una consulta previa, libre e informada a la población, a pesar de la vigencia de la Ley de Consulta.


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