A GLOBAL NETWORK
90+ ORGANISATIONS, COMMUNITIES & PLATFORMS
ACTING IN SOLIDARITY ACROSS THE PLANET
Yes to Life, No to Mining (YLNM) is a global solidarity network of and for Indigenous Peoples, impacted communities, local organisations, and networks who are standing up for their Right to Say No to Mining and advancing life-sustaining post-extractive futures
Interacting with European institutions and processes: A how-to guide for communities affected by mining
This how-to-guide is based on the experience and testimonies of European citizens and activists who have engaged with European Union mechanisms to register claims, petitions, and complaints related to the negative effects of existing or proposed mining projects in Europe.
Eurohpá ruvkedoaimmaid ruonán bassan
Eurohpá ruvkedoaimmaid ruonán bassan Miehtá Eurohpá leat ođđa ruvkefitnut brándejuvvon ođđasit buhtisin, ruonán ja vealtameahttumin dálkkádatdoaimmaid ektui. Duohtavuohta lea guittotge hui earálágan. Maŋimuš jagit leamašan ruvkeprošeavttaid fámolaš lassáneami áigi ja...
Grønnvaskingen av europeisk gruvedrift
Grønnvaskingen av europeisk gruvedrift Gjennom hele Europa blir nye gruveprosjekter markedsført som rene, grønne og avgjørende for klimahandling. Virkeligheten er helt annerledes. I de siste årene har vi sett en stor økning i antall gruveprosjekter, og en voldsom...
If you are from frontline communities, a people’s platform, a non-profit organisation, or a national or regional network and are working towards a world beyond mining we would love to hear from you.
we stand for life
We have come together under the banner of Yes to Life No to Mining (YLNM) in the shared belief that saying no to mining is a means to guarantee the diverse forms of life on the planet and an absolute necessity at this moment of converging social, economic and ecological crises, rather than a selfish, negative or anti-development position.
we say no to mining
Bringing frontline voices to global prominence since 2017, Yes to Life No to Mining (YLNM) has collaborated on campaign and research efforts highlighting the critical need for post-extractive solutions to the climate and ecological crises we face