Chile court looks at alleged Escondida breaches

A Chilean environmental court will look into the State Defence Council’s (CDE) allegations that the Escondida copper mine, the world’s largest, has caused “irreparable damage” to the Punta Negra salt flat, in the northern Antofagasta region. In the lawsuit filed...

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