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$30,000,000.00 Cash Reward JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP. Partner Bernard Gans and his wife Shahin Gans my mothers trustees motivation removing my name from the will of trust burying my mother overnight in secret all alone without us 90 family members present. The jury must hear this case. JMBM+$75,000,00.00+Lawsuit+Warning+Wanted+criminal+Jeffer+Mangels+Butler+Mitchell+partner+JMBM+Bernard+R+Gans+fraud+patent+attorney+1900+ Avenue+of+the+Stars+7th+Floor+Los+Angeles+CA+90067+LUigi+bian Warning Mr. Luigi Bian Suing JMBM Jeffer Mangels Gans Bernard R. Butler Mitchell LLP partner $100,000,000.00 Picture image photo. Fire-Bernard-R-Gans-Jeffer-Mangels-Butler-&-Mitchell-LLP-JMBM-partner. Warning Wanted criminal Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchell partner JMBM Bernard R Gans fraud patent attorney 1900 Avenue of the Stars 7th Floor Los Angeles CA 90067 Bernard R. Gans patent attorney & his wife Shahin Gans partners of JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP lawfirm are bad faith. Warning. California JMBM law-firm Bernard R. Gans patent Lawyer partner Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchel LLP covered up my moms passing and buried her in secret. warning bernard gans jmbm is a bad faith. Mr. Luigi Bian suing JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP patner Warning Bernard Gans. When my brother went to the nursing home to visit our mother found her bed empty. the nurse tells my brother our mother had passed a week ago. The attorney trustee Bernard Gans JMBM partner. not our blood. did not tell us of our moms passing and quitely had buried her without anyones knowledge. Bernard the attorney still refuses to tell us why he did not inform us of our moms passing. We had to hire an attorney spend $15000 to get the papers and copy of the will. Reading the will we saw they had forged documents removing the beneficiaries name from the will. 100 year old Jewish mother did not speak or write a word of English we never got to say our goodbyes to her. This attorney from JMBM Law firm can not be trusted. Who is this person Bernard Gans partner of jmbm with bad motivations. Warning JMBM $100,000,000.00 Jeffer Mangels Gans Butler & Mitchell LLP partner lawsuit Luigi bian text open Pictures images photos videos.

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$30,000,000.00 cash reward on patent attorney Bernard R. Gans partner Bernard R. Gans :: Los Angeles Intellectual Property Patent attorney of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP secret funeral- JMBM partner patent attorney Bernard Gans. Shahin Gans. JMBM Law firm. Luigi Bian is suing the law firm JMBM and Bernard Gans JMBM patent attorney partner. Shahin Gans for criminally illegally removing his name from the will of trust swearing Luigi Bian not a member of the family and his moms death coverup. offering $30,000,000.00 cash reward to find out the reason and motivations behind trustee Attorney Bernard Gans. not blood. JMBM patent lawyer partner keeping our 100 year old illiterate mother who did not write speak any English her death a secret and quickly burying her without Jewish traditions and the 50 members of the family present. Also JMBM law firm partners wife Shahin Gans removing the beneficiaries name Luigi from the will of trust. Luigi is offering $30,000,000.00 cash reward for information to the motivation of this cover up actions. Bernard Gans JMBM law firm partner actions has caused a great deal of lifetime mental psychological emotional damage to the entire family extremely difficult to deal with interrupting daily normal lifestyle. Bernard Gans patent attorney. JMBM Law firm. Shahin Gans. You are now on notice. Bernard Gans Shahin Gans JMBM Law firm partner. You took away this million year tradition away from us punishing us for something we did not do burying our mom in secret. We loved our mother and you took away our last memories of her. shame on you.

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Bernard Gans is partner officer of JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP he used all the tools from his office JMBM to manage this FRAUD.

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Mr. Luigi Bian also Suing JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchell partner Patent Attorney Bernard Gans & his wife Shahin Gans $100,000,000.00 for fraud.

JMBM attorney Bernard Gans and Shahin Gans 2 officers trusties of Talat Soluki in 2014.

For the entire 4 years time Bernard Gans managed Talat Solukiys personal and stock market business affaires from his business office JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP 1900 Avenue of the Stars 7th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067

In 2014 JMBM Bernard Gans attorney and his wife Shahin Gans cleaverly became my moms trustee, They revoked the 2001 trust to a new trust.

In 2014 JMBM Bernard Gans attorney and his wife Shahin Gans removed my name Luigi from the will of trust by (pergury) They quickly sold her big beautiful Encino house under market value in 3 days placed her a 200 square foot room waited for her to die. 🐷

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Did not call us to break my moms passing news, Secretly buried her without any family present.

Did not share any pictures videos moments of her service and burial

Did not call us to tell us we are on the probate getting my parents million dollars.

We had to hire an attorney spend 15k waist 2 years precious time heartache pain mental distubance emotionl suffering to put my name back into the will.

Even after we agreed to all terms and conditions JMBM Bernard Gans attorney and his wife Shahin Gans said they want an additional $52,500.00.

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Bernard Gans & Shahin Gans JMBM owners trustee attorney actions has Caused great deal of pain and lifetime emotional psychological damage to me and my entire family us not being notified of our mothers passing and no information of how she was burried is puting a great deal of pain which has been caused by the law firm partners of JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP 1900 Avenue of the Stars 7th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067. They did this fraud for their greed. This patent attorney Bernard Gans needs to be fired.

Over 2 years has passed from our moms passing and Bernard Gans yet to tell us how our mom died and who buried her whether of not there were any services done anyone present or share photos or videos, This cold hearted JMBM attorney is a cold as ICE.

$30,000,000.00 cash Reward JMBM Butler Attorney and his wife Notice.(NOT BLOOD) Trustee attorney. JMBM law firm Butler partner. Kept my 100 year old mothers death a secret without notifying me and my entire 50 family. We do not know how and who buried our mother. Bernard Gans and his wife Shahin Gans are under investigation for death announcement cover up and removing beneficiaries name from the will of trust. the investigation is being conducted by Mr. Luigi Bian for Bernard Gans and his wife actions motivations behind this subjects. if you have any information regarding this subject matter Mr. Luigi Bian is offering a $30,000,000.00 cash reward. Please contact Mr. Luigi Bian. I have to know what happened to my mom. JMBM 1900 Avenue of the Stars 7th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067, Law Office of Mina nosrati Sirkin & Sirkin latest news (818) 340-4479, top news, news, JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP Patent Attorney suing fraud news,Mark S. 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Adams MarkAdams@jmbm.com  Partner Irvine, California  Direct: 949.623.7230 Direct: 310.201.3576 Fax: 949.623.7202  Picture of  Susan  Allison Susan Allison SAllison@jmbm.com  Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5303 Fax: 310.203.0567 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6662  Picture of  Justin  Anderson Justin Anderson JAnderson@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.712.6826 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6464  Picture of  Barbra A. Arnold Barbra A. Arnold BArnold@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.712.6813 Fax: 310.203.0567 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6637  Picture of  Alan  Azar Alan Azar AAzar@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5347 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6610  Picture of  Lauren  Babst Lauren Babst LBabst@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5339 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6602  Picture of  Eric R. Bardwell Eric R. 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Cohen BCohen@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3575 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6474  Picture of  Julia  Consoli-Tiensvold Julia Consoli-Tiensvold JCTiensvold@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5311 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6413  Picture of  Gregory S. Cordrey Gregory S. 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Erickson NErickson@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Irvine, California  Direct: 310.201.3516 Fax: 310.712.8516 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6602  Picture of  Vince  Farhat Vince Farhat VFarhat@jmbm.com Partner, Chair of the White Collar Defense & Investigations Group Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5382 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6464  Picture of  Marta M. Fernandez Marta M. Fernandez MFernandez@jmbm.com Chair, Labor & Employment Department Los Angeles, California  Irvine, California  Direct: 310.201.3534 Fax: 310.712.8534 Phone: 949.623.7260 Fax: 949.623.7202 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6637  Picture of  Brianna  Frazier Earley Brianna Frazier Earley BFrazierEarley@jmbm.com Associate Irvine, California  Phone: 949.623.7237 Direct: 949.623.7200 Ext: 7256  Picture of  Daniel F. Freedman Daniel F. Freedman DFreedman@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5391 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6427  Picture of  Barry V. Freeman Barry V. 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Gilbert CGilbert@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5368 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6431  Picture of  Michael A. Gold Michael A. Gold MGold@jmbm.com Partner and Co-Chair of the Cybersecurity and Privacy Group  Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3529 Fax: 310.712.8529 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6435  Picture of  Jeffrey D. Goldman Jeffrey D. Goldman JGoldman@jmbm.com Partner, Entertainment Litigation Chair Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5386 Fax: 866.297.8774 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6602  Picture of  John A. Graham John A. Graham JGraham@jmbm.com Partner, Litigation Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3523 Fax: 310.712.8523 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6699  Picture of  Jeffrey R. Groendal Jeffrey R. 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Harshman SHarshman@jmbm.com Partner, Chairman, International Tax Group Irvine, California  Direct: 949.623.7224 Fax: 949.623.7202 Direct: 949.623.7223  Picture of  Matthew D. Hinks Matthew D. Hinks MHinks@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3558 Fax: 310.712.8538 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6413  Picture of  Claire  Hofbauer Claire Hofbauer CHofbauer@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5302 Main: 310.203.8080 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6654  Picture of  Catherine DeBono Holmes Catherine DeBono Holmes CHolmes@jmbm.com Partner, Chair, Investment Capital Law Group San Francisco, California  Direct: 310.201.3553 Fax: 310.712.8553 Direct: 415.398.8080 Ext: 9663  Picture of  Bruce P. Jeffer Bruce P. Jeffer BJeffer@jmbm.com Partner, Managing Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3501 Fax: 310.203.0567 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6614  Picture of  Robert B. Kaplan Robert B. Kaplan RKaplan@jmbm.com Partner, Office Co-Managing Partner, San Francisco San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.984.9673 Fax: 415.398.5584 Direct: 415.984.9663  Picture of  Matthew S. Kenefick Matthew S. Kenefick MKenefick@jmbm.com Partner San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.984.9677 Fax: 310.712.8594 Direct: ( 415.398.8080 Ext: 9631  Picture of  Paul M. LaMartina Paul M. LaMartina PLaMartina@jmbm.com Associate San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.984.9618 Direct: 415.398.8080 Ext: 9629  Picture of  Matthew J. Landa Matthew J. Landa MJL@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5395 Fax: 310.203.0567 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6415  Picture of  Timothy  Lappen Timothy Lappen TLappen@jmbm.com Partner, Founder & Chairman, Family Office Group and Luxury Home Group Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3536 Fax: 310.712.8536 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6662  Picture of  Lara R. Leitner Lara R. 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Myers JMyers@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3525 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6621  Picture of  James  Neudecker James Neudecker JNeudecker@jmbm.com Partner San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.984.9676 Direct: 415.398.8080 Ext: 9631  Picture of  Ryan D. Nowicki Ryan D. Nowicki RNowicki@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3549 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6687  Picture of  Jamie K. Ogden Jamie K. Ogden JOgden@jmbm.com Of Counsel Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3510 Fax: 310.712.8555 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6687  Picture of  Martin H. Orlick Martin H. 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Reznik BReznik@jmbm.com Partner, Chairman, GLUEE Department Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3572 Fax: 310.712.8572 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6427  Picture of  Mark  Riera Mark Riera MRiera@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3519 Fax: 310.712.3368 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6662  Picture of  Richard A. Rogan Richard A. Rogan RRogan@jmbm.com Co-chair, Bankruptcy Department, Office Co-Managing Partner, San Francisco San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.398.8080 Fax: 415.398.5584 Direct: 415.398.8080 Ext: 9636  Picture of  Seena Max Samimi Seena Max Samimi SSamimi@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5344 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6699  Picture of  Gordon A. Schaller Gordon A. Schaller GSchaller@jmbm.com Partner, Office Managing Partner, Orange County Irvine, California  Direct: 949.623.7222 Fax: 949.623.7202 Direct: 949.623.7200 Ext: 7223  Picture of  Dan P. Sedor Dan P. Sedor DSedor@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3554 Fax: 310.712.8554 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6460  Picture of  Andrew I. Shadoff Andrew I. Shadoff AShadoff@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.712.6856 Fax: 310.712.3330 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6413  Picture of  Kerry  Shapiro Kerry Shapiro KShapiro@jmbm.com Partner San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.984.9612 Fax: 877.746.5619 Direct: 415.398.8080 Ext: 9628  Picture of  Nathan M. Shaw Nathan M. Shaw NShaw@jmbm.com Associate Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.712.6842 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6415  Picture of  Jill R. Skinner Jill R. Skinner JSkinner@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5381 Fax: 310.712.3391 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6644  Picture of  Jessica Bromall Sparkman Jessica Bromall Sparkman JBromall@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.712.6838 Fax: 310.203.0567 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6673  Picture of  Andrew K. Steenbock Andrew K. Steenbock ASteenbock@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5376 Fax: 310.712.8591 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6644  Picture of  Jeffrey E. Steiner Jeffrey E. Steiner JSteiner@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3514 Fax: 310.712.8514 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6621  Picture of  David B. Stern David B. Stern DavidStern@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3530 Fax: 310.712.8530 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6435  Picture of  Michael N. Steuch Michael N. +1 (310) 203-8080, Steuch MSteuch@jmbm.com Partner and Co-Chair, Mergers & Acquisitions Group Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.712.6817 Fax: 310.712.8587 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6414  Picture of  Martin P. Stratte Martin P. Stratte MStratte@jmbm.com Associate San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.984.9627 Direct: 415.398.8080 Ext: 9628  Picture of  David A. Sudeck David A. Sudeck DSudeck@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3518 Fax: 310.712.8566 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6621  Picture of  Jeffrey E. Sultan Jeffrey E. Sultan JSultan@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3515 Fax: 310.203.0567 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6610  Picture of  Brennan C. Swain Brennan C. Swain BSwain@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5308 Fax: 310.203.0567 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6424  Picture of  David  Tabibian David Tabibian DTabibian@jmbm.com Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3547  Picture of  Jay T. Thompson Jay T. Thompson JThompson@jmbm.com Partner Irvine, California  Direct: 949.623.7258 Fax: 949.623.7202 Direct: 949.623.7200 Ext: 7238  Picture of  Stuart K. Tubis Stuart K. Tubis STubis@jmbm.com Partner San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.984.9622 Fax: 877.712.3343 Direct: 415.398.8080 Ext: 9604  Picture of  Jonathan A. Weininger Jonathan A. Weininger JWeininger@jmbm.com Partner Irvine, California  Direct: 949.623.7255 Direct: 949.623.7200 Ext: 7231  Picture of  Seth  Weissman Seth Weissman SWeissman@jmbm.com  Partner Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.785.5399 Fax: 310.712.8583  Picture of  Dennis J. White  Dennis J. White DWhite@jmbm.com Of Counsel Irvine, California  Direct: 949.623.7257 Fax: 866.498.6749 Direct: 949.623.7200 Ext: 7238  Picture of  Bennett G. Young Bennett G. Young BYoung@jmbm.com Partner  San Francisco, California  Direct: 415.984.9626 Fax: 415.398.5584 Direct: 415.398.8080 Ext: 9636  Picture of  Vatche  Zetjian Vatche Zetjian VZetjian@jmbm.com Of Counsel Los Angeles, California  Direct: 310.201.3552 Direct: 310.203.8080 Ext: 6602. Luigi Bian suing JMBM $100,000,000.00 Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchell and partner Patent Attorney Bernard Gans & Shahin Gans $100,000,000.00 The IRS Internal revenue Service must investigate JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchell Partners Mina Sirking Group 4 fraud.

Bernard Gans not blood. century city attorney - Partner of JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP Secretly buries Mr. Luigi Bian mother in secret. Bernard R Gans not blood. Patent attorney partner of JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler and Mitchell Trustee of Mrs Talat Yomtobian buried Mrs Yomtobian without informing her son Mr. Luigi Bian and his 4 brothers and siste and entire family. Trustee Bernard Gans JMBM attorney not a blood relative kept the entire ceremony without publicly announcing Talat's Yomtobian death. Your browser does not support the video tag. Bernard Gans not blood. century city attorney - Partner of JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP Secretly buries Mr. Luigi Bian mother. Mark S. 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BERNARD R. GANS attorney JMBM Jeffer, Mangels, Butler. you call yourself the son of Holo caust survivor. You were the trustee of my mother. you did not notify me and my 50 entire family to attened my moms funeral. you buried my mother in secret. I missed my moms funeral. we very much hurt me and my entire family. this hurt us good Bernard Gans. You Not a blood relative burying my mom and us the blood family missing out to say out good byes to our mom and putting her to rest. Warning. Bernard R. Gans patent attorney & his wife Shahin Gans partners of JMBM Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP lawfirm are bad faith. Warning. California JMBM law-firm Bernard R. Gans patent Lawyer partner Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchel LLP covered up my moms passing and buried her in secret. warning bernard gans jmbm is a bad faith. JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage Bernard Gans. Not Blood. Probate trustee. Attorney. Los Angeles intellectual property patent lawyer Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchel partner. refused to contact the beneficiarys to know of their 100 year old mothers passing and attend the funeral. there is a $30,000,000.00 cash reward money to anyone that has any information regarding Berney's motivations behind it to conduct such act. The children must know what happened. $30,000,000.00 cash reward. this act has caused lifetime great emotional damage to the 5 children and 50 grand kids great grand kids beyond imagination. JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage Bernard Gans. Not Blood. Probate trustee. Attorney. Los Angeles intellectual property patent lawyer Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchel partner. refused to contact the beneficiarys to know of their 100 year old mothers passing and attend the funeral. there is a $30,000,000.00 cash reward money to anyone that has any information regarding Berney's motivations behind it to conduct such act. The children must know what happened. $30,000,000.00 cash reward. this act has caused lifetime great emotional damage to the 5 children and 50 grand kids great grand kids beyond imagination. JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage Bernard Gans. Not Blood. Probate trustee. Attorney. Los Angeles intellectual property patent lawyer Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchel partner. refused to contact the beneficiarys to know of their 100 year old mothers passing and attend the funeral. there is a $30,000,000.00 cash reward money to anyone that has any information regarding Berney's motivations behind it to conduct such act. The children must know what happened. $30,000,000.00 cash reward. this act has caused lifetime great emotional damage to the 5 children and 50 grand kids great grand kids beyond imagination. JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage Bernard Gans. Not Blood. Probate trustee. Attorney. Los Angeles intellectual property patent lawyer Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchel partner. refused to contact the beneficiarys to know of their 100 year old mothers passing and attend the funeral. there is a $30,000,000.00 cash reward money to anyone that has any information regarding Berney's motivations behind it to conduct such act. The children must know what happened. $30,000,000.00 cash reward. this act has caused lifetime great emotional damage to the 5 children and 50 grand kids great grand kids beyond imagination. JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage Bernard Gans. Not Blood. Probate trustee. Attorney. Los Angeles intellectual property patent lawyer Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchel partner. refused to contact the beneficiarys to know of their 100 year old mothers passing and attend the funeral. there is a $$30,000,000.00 cash reward money to anyone that has any information regarding Berney's motivations behind it to conduct such act. The children must know what happened. $30,000,000.00 cash reward. this act has caused lifetime great emotional damage to the 5 children and 50 grand kids great grand kids beyond imagination. JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage Bernard Gans. Not Blood. Probate trustee. Attorney. Los Angeles intellectual property patent lawyer Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchel partner. refused to contact the beneficiarys to know of their 100 year old mothers passing and attend the funeral. there is a $30,000,000.00 cash reward money to anyone that has any information regarding Berney's motivations behind it to conduct such act. The children must know what happened. $30,000,000.00 cash reward. this act has caused lifetime great emotional damage to the 5 children and 50 grand kids great grand kids beyond imagination.

Warning $30,000,000.00 cash reward on patent attorney Bernard R. Gans partner Bernard R. Gans :: Los Angeles Intellectual Property Patent attorney of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP secret funeral- JMBM partner patent attorney Bernard Gans. Shahin Gans. JMBM Law firm. Luigi Bian is suing the law firm JMBM and Bernard Gans JMBM patent attorney partner. Shahin Gans for criminally illegally removing his name from the will of trust swearing Luigi Bian not a member of the family and his moms death coverup. offering $30,000,000.00 cash reward to find out the reason and motivations behind trustee Attorney Bernard Gans. not blood. JMBM patent lawyer partner keeping our 100 year old illiterate mother who did not write speak any English her death a secret and quickly burying her without Jewish traditions and the 50 members of the family present. Also JMBM law firm partners wife Shahin Gans removing the beneficiaries name Luigi from the will of trust. Luigi is offering $30,000,000.00 cash reward for information to the motivation of this cover up actions. Bernard Gans JMBM law firm partner actions has caused a great deal of lifetime mental psychological emotional damage to the entire family extremely difficult to deal with interrupting daily normal lifestyle. Bernard Gans patent attorney. JMBM Law firm. Shahin Gans. You are now on notice. Bernard Gans Shahin Gans JMBM Law firm partner. You took away this million year tradition away from us punishing us for something we did not do burying our mom in secret. We loved our mother and you took away our last memories of her. shame on you. JMBM Partner attorney Bernard Gans trustee of mother his actions Caused great pain and lifetime emotional damage. As a partner in the Firm's Intellectual Property Law Group, Berney Gans has emerged as a top California intellectual property attorney with more than 30 years of specialized experience serving clients from nearly every conceivable industry in their patent, trademark, copyright and unfair competition issues, including the filing and prosecuting of patent, trademark and copyright applications and the management of patent and trademark portfolios. Berney's practice emphasizes counseling, licensing, prosecution and Patent and Trademark Office proceedings. REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE Represented a world famous porcelain figurine company in multiple lawsuits throughout the U.S.A. against gray market importers and trademark infringers Represented a lender in an $80 million financing being secured by the borrower's portfolio of patents and trademarks Registered and managed United States and foreign trademark portfolio of major restaurant chain Represented famous clothing designer in its efforts to prevent counterfeiting through investigations, judicial seizures and litigation Represented company and principals in the start-up of a turbo-expander manufacturing company in the defense of a multi-patent and multi-trade secret infringement action brought by former employer Successfully concluded case with full releases and covenants not to sue Defended a foreign sunglasses manufacturer in a right of publicity action brought by a celebrity Represented a large clothing manufacturer in its acquisition of a large trademark portfolio from a famous clothing manufacturer in bankruptcy Represented a foreign mail order company in a Customs trademark seizure proceeding and obtained an order releasing the goods for sale in the client's home country Represented client in its acquisition of a garden equipment and products company by handling the due diligence of the intellectual property matters Represented and defended a national bar review course in a copyright infringement action brought by national testing services

Jim Butler is a founding partner of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP, and founder and chairman of the Firm’s Global Hospitality Group®. One of the top hotel lawyers in the world, he devotes 100% of his practice to hospitality, providing unmatched hotel business experience and practical legal advice. Jim and his team represent lenders, owners, developers, independent management companies and capital providers on their hotel projects worldwide. The Group brings more than 30 years’ of hotel experience with more than 4,300 hospitality properties located around the globe valued at more than $104.7 billion. They have worked on more than 2,100 hotel management and franchise agreements and more than 100 hotel mixed-use developments. They have worked on many hundreds or even thousands of acquisitions, sales, developments, brandings, repositionings, financings, and other hotel business transactions as well as complex hotel litigation under Common Law and Civil Law legal systems. They have handled more than 2,000 hotel receiverships and bankruptcies and even more workouts for distressed assets. How do they work anywhere in the world? Location is not an issue on any significant project because most of their work is done by telephone, virtual meetings, and email. This enables Jim and the Group to provide their services across all time zones, making physical office location immaterial. They often work with regional advisors for handling local law permits or regulatory issues. Jim Butler is a founding partner of the law fi rm Jeff er Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP (JMBM), and is Chairman of JMBM’s Real Estate Department and Global Hospitality Group®. He devotes his practice to hospitality matters, and has more than thirty years of experience serving the industry. During that time, Jim and the team he leads have advised clients on more than $87 billion in hotel purchases, sales and fi nancings involving more than 3,900 properties around the world. Through their extensive work in the industry, Jim and his team have developed one of the world’s most extensive virtual data base of market terms for deals and fi nancings involving hotel properties.

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WE ARE SLOWLY BEING KILLED BY South32.net S32 BHP BHP.comTHIS MINE’ share article: Share on Facebook Tweet Email Tim Flannery warning of adverse climate impacts if South32 coal killing dangers: Prominent Australian scientist and climate change writer Tim Flannery has spoken against a planned coal mine expansion in New South Wales, warning of dire environmental consequences if it is to proceed. Key points: The IPC is conducting three days of public hearings as it considers South32's mine expansion plans The company wants to extract 78 million tonnes of coal from beneath Sydney's drinking water catchment until 2048 Climate change scientist Tim Flannery addressed the commission to raise concerns about the mine's environmental impact South32 is seeking approval to expand its Dendrobium mine, west of Wollongong, until 2048. It plans to use a longwall mining technique to extract 78 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steelmaking from two new areas under Sydney's drinking water catchment. "I want to speak against the development and my concerns are really around the climate impacts of extending our coal mining in Australia," Professor Flannery told a public hearing of the Independent Planning Commission on Thursday. He pointed to a paper published in April in leading science journal Nature which he said laid out evidence that Australia was approaching some "very serious deteriorations" in key global climate systems, including destruction of the Great Barrier Reef and the drying of the Amazon rainforest. "The key thing I'm concerned about is that we're reaching some key climatic tipping points which represent an extreme risk for us," Professor Flannery said. "If we're to have a chance, at least, of avoiding those tipping points, we need to stabilise the Earth's temperatures at about one and half degrees above the pre-industrial average." A sign and the road outside the Dendrobium mine South32 wants to extend the life of its Dendrobium mine until 2048.(ABC Illawarra: Kelly Fuller) Cutting fossil fuels Professor Flannery's presentation to the IPC coincided with the release of the United Nations' annual Production Gap Report, which calls for substantial cuts in global carbon emissions to avoid dire consequences for the environment. "So rather than extending our coal mining and our fossil fuel use, the report argues we need to be cutting [their use] six per cent per year, every year, to keep ourselves safe from these dangerous tipping points." Rush to renewables Wind turbines in a wind farm in South Australia Despite, or perhaps because of, government inaction, consumers and businesses have flocked towards renewable energy, writes Ian Verrender. Read more South32's mines in the Illawarra region provide around 80 per cent of the coal necessary for steelmaking at BlueScope's Port Kembla plant. The companies together have called for the expansion project to be approved to secure thousands of direct and indirect jobs in New South Wales and across the country. Professor Flannery said an ongoing reliance on coal was not feasible as other countries, including Germany, move towards hydrogen steel production. How Germany is quitting coal A coal power plant in Germany. Germany is doing what Australia says it can't — shutting down its coal industry. Read more "Coal mining is not going to be the future," he told the commission. "The hydrogen economy offers us a way of producing steel with 98 per cent less CO2 than using coal. "BHP announced in November that they were going to be investing in hydrogen for steelmaking in China. We can't be left behind on this. "If we make the right decisions now and we get on the right track we could have a very prosperous future here in the Illawarra," Professor Flannery said. Find more local news Tell us your location and find more local ABC News and information Site of mine in metropolitan special area The Dendrobium underground coal mine (represented by the black dot) is seen in the metropolitan special area of Sydney's drinking water catchment.(Supplied: Water NSW) Directly affected Several South32 employees presented to the IPC during its second day of public hearings on Thursday, backing the mine. "The industry provides opportunities in so many disciplines from operators to engineers, finance, technology, communications, and community engagement," Luke Oliver said. "Our region relies on the jobs directly with South32 and those contract partners and supply services." Australian bosses have started caring about climate change Australian company directors nominate climate change as the number one issue they want the government to address in the long-term, in a survey of more than 1,200 business leaders. Read more Mining supervisor Anthony Dal Santo said he and his three children, who also work in the industry, would be "directly affected" if Dendrobium's expansion was rejected. "It would have both emotional and a financial devastating affect on my family," Mr Dal Santo told the commission. "This impact would be felt across the Illawarra and would also impact local businesses, the community, and the state of New South Wales. "Dendrobium mine has proved to be a positive influence in the local community and deserves the opportunity to continue." The IPC is due to hear the last of more than 80 registered speakers making oral submissions on Friday. Of the 280 written submissions already received by the commission, 250 have expressed support for the mine expansion project. 1 November 2016 ColombiaMiningPollution Threats, pay-offs and skin defects. Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik investigates the activities of a massive British-Australian ferronickel complex. 01.11.2016-this-mine-kills-590.jpgSkin defects, along with cancer and respiratory illnesses, are common in the area of the mine. This Zenú boy is from El Alto San Jorge, Córdoba province. © Irrael Aguilar Amid the arid farmlands of Colombia’s Córdoba province, the grassed earth gives way to bare incisions. Upturned mounds of ochre puncture the landscape. Fuming chimneys spill white smoke. This is Cerro Matoso, one of the largest ferronickel mines and processing facilities in the world. Owned and part-owned for over 30 years by BHP Billiton, an Anglo-Australian corporation and the largest mining firm in the world, it was recently transferred to South32, a spin-off company.1 Matoso has proven a lucrative source of wealth, delivering billions of dollars in sales. But former workers and local communities say that wealth has come at their expense; they are demanding justice for the destructive impact on their health, livelihoods, environment and safety. Small-scale mining first started at Cerro Matoso in the 1960s, expanding in 1979 when the Colombian government granted a concession to Conicol, Ifi-Econiquel and Billington Overseas (the precursor of BHP Billiton, from the Royal Dutch Shell group). Funded by the World Bank, the mine boomed, becoming the region’s flagship industry.2 Montelíbano, a nearby town devoted to agriculture and livestock breeding, saw its population triple.3 Advert Newint - Article 1, 2 & frontpage - CSO21 3 In 1997, BHP Billiton gained full ownership of the mine, doubling its production between 2001 and 2010. Today, Cerro Matoso’s high-quality ferronickel is shipped from Cartagena across the world, where it finds its way into countless industrial products, such as surgical instruments or mobile phones. Extracting the material is an intricate process. Raw ferronickel is found in opencast spaces. It is mined using bulldozers and then transported to processing facilities. There, it is crushed and dried, and readied for the smelter. In high-temperature ovens, the nickel is melted, separated into segments, and cooled. With four enormous furnaces in use, Cerro Matoso is the most energy-intensive industrial project in Colombia. But these ovens emit large amounts of toxic particles, which the wind carries to water sources and fields. CANCER, DEFECTS AND MISCARRIAGES The impacts of contaminated air and waterways on local communities is evident through genetic deformations, illnesses and an epidemic of miscarriages.4 Children have been born without reproductive organs or anuses. Cows and chickens have birthed offspring with two heads and excess limbs. DANE, the Colombian government bureau of statistics, reported an alarming rise in rates of cancer and respiratory illness in the region.5 Dermatological defects, such as blemishes, rashes or burst skin are common. Water studies have detected extremely high levels of iron in the principal local river.6 Dayro Romero is the governor of the indigenous community of Pueblo Flecha, a village located a few hundred metres away from Cerro Matoso. ‘At first we didn’t see any changes,’ he says. ‘But 20 years on we began to see the impacts. [Today] there are high rates of bronchitis, pneumonia… Our children have skin defects, eye problems, constant headaches. Our girls are embarrassed to wear short clothes that show the blemishes on their skin. We are known for our fertility, but in our community we now have so many miscarriages. In 2011, 14 out of 36 pregnancies in our village were aborted... We feel environmentally massacred.’ Advert Newint - Article 1, 2 & frontpage - CSO21 1 Children have been born without reproductive organs or anuses. Cows and chickens have birthed offspring with two heads and excess limbs Irrael Aguilar, chieftain of the Zenú communities in the region, concurs: ‘We are slowly being killed by this mine. This is the end of us. We are on our way to extermination.’ Dozens of former mine workers have also experienced high rates of cancer, deafness and illness, with some initiating legal proceedings against the company.7,8,9 Nickel isn’t the only source of pollution. Nearby coalmines and coal-fired power plants, relied on by Cerro Matoso to meet its enormous energy needs, cast coal dust into the air. In 2013, indigenous and Afro-descendant communities from areas surrounding Cerro Matoso blockaded the mine’s entrance in protest over the health and environmental impacts, halting operations. At first they were ignored. Then, riot police were sent in. The pressure continued, eventually leading to an agreement between communities, the company and the government. One of the central compromises was that Cerro Matoso would finance an independent environmental and health study. Despite delays, the study has begun and is expected to reveal its results later in the year.10,11 The company is adamant that there are no negative impacts from its operations.12 Luis Marulanda del Valle, Cerro Matoso’s Vice-President for External Affairs, maintains that ‘the health of these communities is affected by factors independent of our operations.’13 A BHP Billiton spokesperson pointed to ‘detailed environmental and health studies carried out by Cerro Matoso up to 2014’, which indicated a minimal or absent impact on air quality, water quality and public health. But in 2014, one of the public bodies responsible for monitoring Cerro Matoso’s impacts admitted lacking the necessary equipment to determine whether the company’s own environmental reporting matched reality.14 CALLOUS CONTRASTS In its communications, Cerro Matoso pays ample reference to its contribution to economic and social development. It claims to have significantly improved the quality of life in the region through royalties and social programmes.15 Cerro Matoso is a massive enterprise linking mines with power plants and processing facilities. This truck, loaded with coal, heads from the Córdoba mines to the Geselca power plant.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik But local voices are more sceptical. Moreno argues that ‘they [the company] haven’t come through on their promise on water access, or the fixing of streets. They’ve built houses, but not using our traditional methods. In any case, what do we do with a house when we’re blighting our blood?’ Aguilar agrees: ‘We do not see the companies bringing real development. Rather, they have been preparing death for people here. They are destroying the forests, the water sources. We are merely looking for a dignified life for our coming generations, something which goes against the company’s vision.’ Montelíbano is a city of callous contrasts. Mine managers and workers benefit from a company country club, a private school and a private water supply. A gated Cerro Matoso neighbourhood sits inside the city centre. A closed condominium reserved for managers lies outside the city limits. Yet thousands of families in Montelíbano live in conditions of extreme poverty. Many lack access to water, sewerage or adequate housing. Rates of illiteracy are high.16 Eighty per cent of the inhabitants of the neighbouring municipality of San José de Uré have unmet basic needs.17 In 2012, a delegate from the General Comptroller noted that municipalities affected by Cerro Matoso were worse off than those without mining projects.18 In rural districts and communities adjacent to the mine, pollution has wrecked traditional livelihoods and methods of subsistence. ‘Before,’ Moreno says, ‘you could throw a net into the river and retrieve 20 fish. Now, it takes you a day to catch three.’ Cerro Matoso is not just a mine: it is an enormous development enterprise, linking coalmines with power plants and processing facilities. For its advocates, it has proven to be a dynamic engine of growth. For critics, it is a textbook example of maldevelopment, a network of extractive ventures which has harmed lives and impeded more salutary forms of development in the region. The mine, which has seemingly polluted the land and lives of Zenú communities, was initially powered by a hydroelectric mega-dam which forcibly displaced indigenous Emberá communities. Today, an enlarged Cerro Matoso is looking to meet its growing energy needs through the expansion of Geselca, a coal-fired power plant supplied by new local coalmines. All these polluting processes are in turn being ‘environmentally offset’ by the industrial plantation of swathes of palm and non-native teca trees, which consume more water than native species. Aguilar calls this ‘double damage’. He says: ‘They damage the environment, and then try to fix that damage with further damage.’ PARAMILITARY LINKS? There are also concerns around how Cerro Matoso has woven itself into Colombia’s vivid landscape of violence. Historically, the province of Córdoba has been one of the areas most embroiled in the country’s armed conflict, with a patent presence of paramilitary and guerrilla forces. Local residents have expressed fears about the relationship between the company and armed actors. One local shopkeeper, asking to remain nameless, reflects: ‘In this city, every business has to pay vacunas [extortion payments] to the paramilitaries, from wealthy retailers to the guys who sell passion-fruit juice on the street. They [Cerro Matoso] have been here for decades, and haven’t had a single reprisal, a single threat, a single kidnapping. How have they done that? Are we supposed to believe that they’ve never paid or engaged with the paramilitaries? We simply cannot explain to ourselves how such a company can move so freely in this territory.’ Others point to precedents. A Japanese company supplying carbon filters left the region, allegedly due to constant extortion.19 Non-governmental organizations have been unable to operate freely in surrounding villages. Irrael Aguilar (left) is one of the indigenous Zenú leaders who lives under severe threats for his involvement in environmental struggles. He is accompanied by fellow leader Juan Urango.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik There is not just suspicion around the mine’s engagement with paramilitaries to ensure unobstructed operations; allegations persist of the mine’s complicity in violence against social leaders. Colombia is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for defenders of human and environmental rights. An explosive mix of armed groups, extensive land conflicts, lucrative extractive projects, and state paralysis create conditions for the killing of dozens of activists every year.20 In Córdoba, the indigenous Zenú community of El Alto San Jorge is home to a population of nearly 16,900 people, spread across dozens of villages. Over the past eight years, the community has seen 49 of its leaders killed. Another 14 leaders currently have protection measures and 19 more are undergoing risk assessments. Only two have obtained full protection measures. Irrael Aguilar, the community’s chieftain, is under severe threat for his involvement in various rights struggles. He travels with an entourage of bodyguards and rarely spends consecutive nights in the same location. Aguilar says that ‘the company certainly has its hands in some of the threats.’ South32 and BHP Billiton deny the claims, with spokespersons from both companies affirming compliance with high standards of human rights due diligence. But those under threat are often stuck in a bind. If they present concrete evidence of the threats against them to the authorities, the risk of reprisal increases. One community leader, who asked to remain anonymous, alleged that he had evidence from paramilitary leaders who had been approached by Cerro Matoso to ‘eliminate him’. But divulging that evidence would put him at further risk. Until the security situation in the region changes, and thorough investigations can take place, there will be little clarity around the true nature of extortion and threats. Questions also arise around the company’s fiscal relationship to the Colombian state. Plantations of thirsty non-native teca trees do further damage to the environment.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik Cerro Matoso has been accused of avoiding tax, underpaying royalties, and under-invoicing.21 In 2010, the company was forced to pay over $12 million in unpaid royalties, after an audit from the General Comptroller. Further analysis of Cerro Matoso’s finances suggests manipulation or creative accounting to reduce its taxable income.22 Mario Valencia, spokesperson for the Network for Tributary Justice in Colombia, noted: ‘[an] analysis of Cerro Matoso’s figures leaves us concerned, because there is strong evidence that they are presenting accounts which show a situation that is more critical than in reality.’23 Cerro Matoso has also faced significant scrutiny for its lease over the mine, and the contracts it has negotiated with the government.24 Another Comptroller report in 2012 showed that the mine’s environmental licence was granted based on incomplete, inadequate and outdated data.25 WHAT NEXT? The future of Cerro Matoso is clouded in uncertainty. Despite plans to expand operations, a collapse in nickel prices has provoked a crisis.26 Many workers have been laid off, and there are doubts whether the mine’s concession will be extended beyond 2029. But if Cerro Matoso closes operations, will there be justice for communities torn apart by its impacts? In 2011, BHP Billiton registered the largest-ever profit by a British firm.27 It has been a generous sponsor of sports teams, cultural events, and Olympic medals, and has poured millions into lobbying.28 But its wealth has come at a cost – from flattened villages in Brazil to polluted lives in Colombia.29, 30 ‘The word Zenú means wonderful land, a place of found waters,’ Aguilar laments. ‘The legacy of our ancestors is a world-vision of equilibrium, of harmony with the natural world. The Western man [sic] doesn’t understand this, let alone the businessman [sic]. They understand extraction, not conservation.’ Over the past eight years, the community has seen 49 of its leaders killed The tension Aguilar references extends beyond Cerro Matoso; it lies at the heart of hundreds of disputes across the country. Two-fifths of Colombia’s land has been concessioned to or requested by mining or fossil-fuel companies. The government has declared the country open for business, assuring all that the country must develop its way to an enduring peace. The thrust of that development is the so-called ‘mining-energy locomotive’.31 But will an authentic peace be obtainable with a development policy that enflames social conflicts and degrades territories? Social movements have been mobilizing to demand instead a peace imbued with social and environmental justice.32 Danilo Urrea, from the environmental justice organization CENSAT Agua Viva, criticizes the government for proposing a ‘corporate peace’, ‘based on a development model which turns its back to environmental equilibrium, and closes its eyes to popular participation.’ ‘Nature has been the setting of war, it holds the spoils of war and, therefore, it has been the victim of war,’ he says. ‘Nature is also the only fertile ground for peace. Unless we reconfigure our relationships and economic models, unless we reconcile ourselves with nature and each other, then a lasting peace is unattainable.’ Tim Flannery warns of adverse climate impacts if South32 coal mine expansion approved ABC Illawarra / By Ainslie Drewitt Smith Posted WedWednesday 2 DecDecember 2020 at 8:31pm A man sits in front of solar panels Former climate change commissioner Tim Flannery spoke at a hearing of the IPC.(AAP) Share Prominent Australian scientist and climate change writer Tim Flannery has spoken against a planned coal mine expansion in New South Wales, warning of dire environmental consequences if it is to proceed. Key points: The IPC is conducting three days of public hearings as it considers South32's mine expansion plans The company wants to extract 78 million tonnes of coal from beneath Sydney's drinking water catchment until 2048 Climate change scientist Tim Flannery addressed the commission to raise concerns about the mine's environmental impact South32 is seeking approval to expand its Dendrobium mine, west of Wollongong, until 2048. It plans to use a longwall mining technique to extract 78 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steelmaking from two new areas under Sydney's drinking water catchment. "I want to speak against the development and my concerns are really around the climate impacts of extending our coal mining in Australia," Professor Flannery told a public hearing of the Independent Planning Commission on Thursday. He pointed to a paper published in April in leading science journal Nature which he said laid out evidence that Australia was approaching some "very serious deteriorations" in key global climate systems, including destruction of the Great Barrier Reef and the drying of the Amazon rainforest. "The key thing I'm concerned about is that we're reaching some key climatic tipping points which represent an extreme risk for us," Professor Flannery said. "If we're to have a chance, at least, of avoiding those tipping points, we need to stabilise the Earth's temperatures at about one and half degrees above the pre-industrial average." A sign and the road outside the Dendrobium mine South32 wants to extend the life of its Dendrobium mine until 2048.(ABC Illawarra: Kelly Fuller) Cutting fossil fuels Professor Flannery's presentation to the IPC coincided with the release of the United Nations' annual Production Gap Report, which calls for substantial cuts in global carbon emissions to avoid dire consequences for the environment. "So rather than extending our coal mining and our fossil fuel use, the report argues we need to be cutting [their use] six per cent per year, every year, to keep ourselves safe from these dangerous tipping points." Rush to renewables Wind turbines in a wind farm in South Australia Despite, or perhaps because of, government inaction, consumers and businesses have flocked towards renewable energy, writes Ian Verrender. Read more South32's mines in the Illawarra region provide around 80 per cent of the coal necessary for steelmaking at BlueScope's Port Kembla plant. The companies together have called for the expansion project to be approved to secure thousands of direct and indirect jobs in New South Wales and across the country. Professor Flannery said an ongoing reliance on coal was not feasible as other countries, including Germany, move towards hydrogen steel production. How Germany is quitting coal A coal power plant in Germany. Germany is doing what Australia says it can't — shutting down its coal industry. Read more "Coal mining is not going to be the future," he told the commission. "The hydrogen economy offers us a way of producing steel with 98 per cent less CO2 than using coal. "BHP announced in November that they were going to be investing in hydrogen for steelmaking in China. We can't be left behind on this. "If we make the right decisions now and we get on the right track we could have a very prosperous future here in the Illawarra," Professor Flannery said. Find more local news Tell us your location and find more local ABC News and information Site of mine in metropolitan special area The Dendrobium underground coal mine (represented by the black dot) is seen in the metropolitan special area of Sydney's drinking water catchment.(Supplied: Water NSW) Directly affected Several South32 employees presented to the IPC during its second day of public hearings on Thursday, backing the mine. "The industry provides opportunities in so many disciplines from operators to engineers, finance, technology, communications, and community engagement," Luke Oliver said. "Our region relies on the jobs directly with South32 and those contract partners and supply services." Australian bosses have started caring about climate change Australian company directors nominate climate change as the number one issue they want the government to address in the long-term, in a survey of more than 1,200 business leaders. Read more Mining supervisor Anthony Dal Santo said he and his three children, who also work in the industry, would be "directly affected" if Dendrobium's expansion was rejected. "It would have both emotional and a financial devastating affect on my family," Mr Dal Santo told the commission. "This impact would be felt across the Illawarra and would also impact local businesses, the community, and the state of New South Wales. "Dendrobium mine has proved to be a positive influence in the local community and deserves the opportunity to continue." The IPC is due to hear the last of more than 80 registered speakers making oral submissions on Friday. Of the 280 written submissions already received by the commission, 250 have expressed support for the mine expansion project.

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South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. Tim Flannery warning of adverse climate impacts if South32 coal killing dangers: Prominent Australian scientist and climate change writer Tim Flannery has spoken against a planned coal mine expansion in New South Wales, warning of dire environmental consequences if it is to proceed. Key points: The IPC is conducting three days of public hearings as it considers South32's mine expansion plans The company wants to extract 78 million tonnes of coal from beneath Sydney's drinking water catchment until 2048 Climate change scientist Tim Flannery addressed the commission to raise concerns about the mine's environmental impact South32 is seeking approval to expand its Dendrobium mine, west of Wollongong, until 2048. It plans to use a longwall mining technique to extract 78 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steelmaking from two new areas under Sydney's drinking water catchment. "I want to speak against the development and my concerns are really around the climate impacts of extending our coal mining in Australia," Professor Flannery told a public hearing of the Independent Planning Commission on Thursday. He pointed to a paper published in April in leading science journal Nature which he said laid out evidence that Australia was approaching some "very serious deteriorations" in key global climate systems, including destruction of the Great Barrier Reef and the drying of the Amazon rainforest. "The key thing I'm concerned about is that we're reaching some key climatic tipping points which represent an extreme risk for us," Professor Flannery said. "If we're to have a chance, at least, of avoiding those tipping points, we need to stabilise the Earth's temperatures at about one and half degrees above the pre-industrial average." A sign and the road outside the Dendrobium mine South32 wants to extend the life of its Dendrobium mine until 2048.(ABC Illawarra: Kelly Fuller) Cutting fossil fuels Professor Flannery's presentation to the IPC coincided with the release of the United Nations' annual Production Gap Report, which calls for substantial cuts in global carbon emissions to avoid dire consequences for the environment. "So rather than extending our coal mining and our fossil fuel use, the report argues we need to be cutting [their use] six per cent per year, every year, to keep ourselves safe from these dangerous tipping points." Rush to renewables Wind turbines in a wind farm in South Australia Despite, or perhaps because of, government inaction, consumers and businesses have flocked towards renewable energy, writes Ian Verrender. Read more South32's mines in the Illawarra region provide around 80 per cent of the coal necessary for steelmaking at BlueScope's Port Kembla plant. The companies together have called for the expansion project to be approved to secure thousands of direct and indirect jobs in New South Wales and across the country. Professor Flannery said an ongoing reliance on coal was not feasible as other countries, including Germany, move towards hydrogen steel production. How Germany is quitting coal A coal power plant in Germany. Germany is doing what Australia says it can't — shutting down its coal industry. Read more "Coal mining is not going to be the future," he told the commission. "The hydrogen economy offers us a way of producing steel with 98 per cent less CO2 than using coal. "BHP announced in November that they were going to be investing in hydrogen for steelmaking in China. We can't be left behind on this. "If we make the right decisions now and we get on the right track we could have a very prosperous future here in the Illawarra," Professor Flannery said. Find more local news Tell us your location and find more local ABC News and information Site of mine in metropolitan special area The Dendrobium underground coal mine (represented by the black dot) is seen in the metropolitan special area of Sydney's drinking water catchment.(Supplied: Water NSW) Directly affected Several South32 employees presented to the IPC during its second day of public hearings on Thursday, backing the mine. "The industry provides opportunities in so many disciplines from operators to engineers, finance, technology, communications, and community engagement," Luke Oliver said. "Our region relies on the jobs directly with South32 and those contract partners and supply services." Australian bosses have started caring about climate change Australian company directors nominate climate change as the number one issue they want the government to address in the long-term, in a survey of more than 1,200 business leaders. Read more Mining supervisor Anthony Dal Santo said he and his three children, who also work in the industry, would be "directly affected" if Dendrobium's expansion was rejected. "It would have both emotional and a financial devastating affect on my family," Mr Dal Santo told the commission. "This impact would be felt across the Illawarra and would also impact local businesses, the community, and the state of New South Wales. "Dendrobium mine has proved to be a positive influence in the local community and deserves the opportunity to continue." The IPC is due to hear the last of more than 80 registered speakers making oral submissions on Friday. Of the 280 written submissions already received by the commission, 250 have expressed support for the mine expansion project. 1 November 2016 ColombiaMiningPollution Threats, pay-offs and skin defects. Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik investigates the activities of a massive British-Australian ferronickel complex. 01.11.2016-this-mine-kills-590.jpgSkin defects, along with cancer and respiratory illnesses, are common in the area of the mine. This Zenú boy is from El Alto San Jorge, Córdoba province. © Irrael Aguilar Amid the arid farmlands of Colombia’s Córdoba province, the grassed earth gives way to bare incisions. Upturned mounds of ochre puncture the landscape. Fuming chimneys spill white smoke. This is Cerro Matoso, one of the largest ferronickel mines and processing facilities in the world. Owned and part-owned for over 30 years by BHP Billiton, an Anglo-Australian corporation and the largest mining firm in the world, it was recently transferred to South32, a spin-off company.1 Matoso has proven a lucrative source of wealth, delivering billions of dollars in sales. But former workers and local communities say that wealth has come at their expense; they are demanding justice for the destructive impact on their health, livelihoods, environment and safety. Small-scale mining first started at Cerro Matoso in the 1960s, expanding in 1979 when the Colombian government granted a concession to Conicol, Ifi-Econiquel and Billington Overseas (the precursor of BHP Billiton, from the Royal Dutch Shell group). Funded by the World Bank, the mine boomed, becoming the region’s flagship industry.2 Montelíbano, a nearby town devoted to agriculture and livestock breeding, saw its population triple.3 Advert Newint - Article 1, 2 & frontpage - CSO21 3 In 1997, BHP Billiton gained full ownership of the mine, doubling its production between 2001 and 2010. Today, Cerro Matoso’s high-quality ferronickel is shipped from Cartagena across the world, where it finds its way into countless industrial products, such as surgical instruments or mobile phones. Extracting the material is an intricate process. Raw ferronickel is found in opencast spaces. It is mined using bulldozers and then transported to processing facilities. There, it is crushed and dried, and readied for the smelter. In high-temperature ovens, the nickel is melted, separated into segments, and cooled. With four enormous furnaces in use, Cerro Matoso is the most energy-intensive industrial project in Colombia. But these ovens emit large amounts of toxic particles, which the wind carries to water sources and fields. CANCER, DEFECTS AND MISCARRIAGES The impacts of contaminated air and waterways on local communities is evident through genetic deformations, illnesses and an epidemic of miscarriages.4 Children have been born without reproductive organs or anuses. Cows and chickens have birthed offspring with two heads and excess limbs. DANE, the Colombian government bureau of statistics, reported an alarming rise in rates of cancer and respiratory illness in the region.5 Dermatological defects, such as blemishes, rashes or burst skin are common. Water studies have detected extremely high levels of iron in the principal local river.6 Dayro Romero is the governor of the indigenous community of Pueblo Flecha, a village located a few hundred metres away from Cerro Matoso. ‘At first we didn’t see any changes,’ he says. ‘But 20 years on we began to see the impacts. [Today] there are high rates of bronchitis, pneumonia… Our children have skin defects, eye problems, constant headaches. Our girls are embarrassed to wear short clothes that show the blemishes on their skin. We are known for our fertility, but in our community we now have so many miscarriages. In 2011, 14 out of 36 pregnancies in our village were aborted... We feel environmentally massacred.’ Advert Newint - Article 1, 2 & frontpage - CSO21 1 Children have been born without reproductive organs or anuses. Cows and chickens have birthed offspring with two heads and excess limbs Irrael Aguilar, chieftain of the Zenú communities in the region, concurs: ‘We are slowly being killed by this mine. This is the end of us. We are on our way to extermination.’ Dozens of former mine workers have also experienced high rates of cancer, deafness and illness, with some initiating legal proceedings against the company.7,8,9 Nickel isn’t the only source of pollution. Nearby coalmines and coal-fired power plants, relied on by Cerro Matoso to meet its enormous energy needs, cast coal dust into the air. In 2013, indigenous and Afro-descendant communities from areas surrounding Cerro Matoso blockaded the mine’s entrance in protest over the health and environmental impacts, halting operations. At first they were ignored. Then, riot police were sent in. The pressure continued, eventually leading to an agreement between communities, the company and the government. One of the central compromises was that Cerro Matoso would finance an independent environmental and health study. Despite delays, the study has begun and is expected to reveal its results later in the year.10,11 The company is adamant that there are no negative impacts from its operations.12 Luis Marulanda del Valle, Cerro Matoso’s Vice-President for External Affairs, maintains that ‘the health of these communities is affected by factors independent of our operations.’13 A BHP Billiton spokesperson pointed to ‘detailed environmental and health studies carried out by Cerro Matoso up to 2014’, which indicated a minimal or absent impact on air quality, water quality and public health. But in 2014, one of the public bodies responsible for monitoring Cerro Matoso’s impacts admitted lacking the necessary equipment to determine whether the company’s own environmental reporting matched reality.14 CALLOUS CONTRASTS In its communications, Cerro Matoso pays ample reference to its contribution to economic and social development. It claims to have significantly improved the quality of life in the region through royalties and social programmes.15 Cerro Matoso is a massive enterprise linking mines with power plants and processing facilities. This truck, loaded with coal, heads from the Córdoba mines to the Geselca power plant.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik But local voices are more sceptical. Moreno argues that ‘they [the company] haven’t come through on their promise on water access, or the fixing of streets. They’ve built houses, but not using our traditional methods. In any case, what do we do with a house when we’re blighting our blood?’ Aguilar agrees: ‘We do not see the companies bringing real development. Rather, they have been preparing death for people here. They are destroying the forests, the water sources. We are merely looking for a dignified life for our coming generations, something which goes against the company’s vision.’ Montelíbano is a city of callous contrasts. Mine managers and workers benefit from a company country club, a private school and a private water supply. A gated Cerro Matoso neighbourhood sits inside the city centre. A closed condominium reserved for managers lies outside the city limits. Yet thousands of families in Montelíbano live in conditions of extreme poverty. Many lack access to water, sewerage or adequate housing. Rates of illiteracy are high.16 Eighty per cent of the inhabitants of the neighbouring municipality of San José de Uré have unmet basic needs.17 In 2012, a delegate from the General Comptroller noted that municipalities affected by Cerro Matoso were worse off than those without mining projects.18 In rural districts and communities adjacent to the mine, pollution has wrecked traditional livelihoods and methods of subsistence. ‘Before,’ Moreno says, ‘you could throw a net into the river and retrieve 20 fish. Now, it takes you a day to catch three.’ Cerro Matoso is not just a mine: it is an enormous development enterprise, linking coalmines with power plants and processing facilities. For its advocates, it has proven to be a dynamic engine of growth. For critics, it is a textbook example of maldevelopment, a network of extractive ventures which has harmed lives and impeded more salutary forms of development in the region. The mine, which has seemingly polluted the land and lives of Zenú communities, was initially powered by a hydroelectric mega-dam which forcibly displaced indigenous Emberá communities. Today, an enlarged Cerro Matoso is looking to meet its growing energy needs through the expansion of Geselca, a coal-fired power plant supplied by new local coalmines. All these polluting processes are in turn being ‘environmentally offset’ by the industrial plantation of swathes of palm and non-native teca trees, which consume more water than native species. Aguilar calls this ‘double damage’. He says: ‘They damage the environment, and then try to fix that damage with further damage.’ PARAMILITARY LINKS? There are also concerns around how Cerro Matoso has woven itself into Colombia’s vivid landscape of violence. Historically, the province of Córdoba has been one of the areas most embroiled in the country’s armed conflict, with a patent presence of paramilitary and guerrilla forces. Local residents have expressed fears about the relationship between the company and armed actors. One local shopkeeper, asking to remain nameless, reflects: ‘In this city, every business has to pay vacunas [extortion payments] to the paramilitaries, from wealthy retailers to the guys who sell passion-fruit juice on the street. They [Cerro Matoso] have been here for decades, and haven’t had a single reprisal, a single threat, a single kidnapping. How have they done that? Are we supposed to believe that they’ve never paid or engaged with the paramilitaries? We simply cannot explain to ourselves how such a company can move so freely in this territory.’ Others point to precedents. A Japanese company supplying carbon filters left the region, allegedly due to constant extortion.19 Non-governmental organizations have been unable to operate freely in surrounding villages. Irrael Aguilar (left) is one of the indigenous Zenú leaders who lives under severe threats for his involvement in environmental struggles. He is accompanied by fellow leader Juan Urango.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik There is not just suspicion around the mine’s engagement with paramilitaries to ensure unobstructed operations; allegations persist of the mine’s complicity in violence against social leaders. Colombia is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for defenders of human and environmental rights. An explosive mix of armed groups, extensive land conflicts, lucrative extractive projects, and state paralysis create conditions for the killing of dozens of activists every year.20 In Córdoba, the indigenous Zenú community of El Alto San Jorge is home to a population of nearly 16,900 people, spread across dozens of villages. Over the past eight years, the community has seen 49 of its leaders killed. Another 14 leaders currently have protection measures and 19 more are undergoing risk assessments. Only two have obtained full protection measures. Irrael Aguilar, the community’s chieftain, is under severe threat for his involvement in various rights struggles. He travels with an entourage of bodyguards and rarely spends consecutive nights in the same location. Aguilar says that ‘the company certainly has its hands in some of the threats.’ South32 and BHP Billiton deny the claims, with spokespersons from both companies affirming compliance with high standards of human rights due diligence. But those under threat are often stuck in a bind. If they present concrete evidence of the threats against them to the authorities, the risk of reprisal increases. One community leader, who asked to remain anonymous, alleged that he had evidence from paramilitary leaders who had been approached by Cerro Matoso to ‘eliminate him’. But divulging that evidence would put him at further risk. Until the security situation in the region changes, and thorough investigations can take place, there will be little clarity around the true nature of extortion and threats. Questions also arise around the company’s fiscal relationship to the Colombian state. Plantations of thirsty non-native teca trees do further damage to the environment.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik Cerro Matoso has been accused of avoiding tax, underpaying royalties, and under-invoicing.21 In 2010, the company was forced to pay over $12 million in unpaid royalties, after an audit from the General Comptroller. Further analysis of Cerro Matoso’s finances suggests manipulation or creative accounting to reduce its taxable income.22 Mario Valencia, spokesperson for the Network for Tributary Justice in Colombia, noted: ‘[an] analysis of Cerro Matoso’s figures leaves us concerned, because there is strong evidence that they are presenting accounts which show a situation that is more critical than in reality.’23 Cerro Matoso has also faced significant scrutiny for its lease over the mine, and the contracts it has negotiated with the government.24 Another Comptroller report in 2012 showed that the mine’s environmental licence was granted based on incomplete, inadequate and outdated data.25 WHAT NEXT? The future of Cerro Matoso is clouded in uncertainty. Despite plans to expand operations, a collapse in nickel prices has provoked a crisis.26 Many workers have been laid off, and there are doubts whether the mine’s concession will be extended beyond 2029. But if Cerro Matoso closes operations, will there be justice for communities torn apart by its impacts? In 2011, BHP Billiton registered the largest-ever profit by a British firm.27 It has been a generous sponsor of sports teams, cultural events, and Olympic medals, and has poured millions into lobbying.28 But its wealth has come at a cost – from flattened villages in Brazil to polluted lives in Colombia.29, 30 ‘The word Zenú means wonderful land, a place of found waters,’ Aguilar laments. ‘The legacy of our ancestors is a world-vision of equilibrium, of harmony with the natural world. The Western man [sic] doesn’t understand this, let alone the businessman [sic]. They understand extraction, not conservation.’ Over the past eight years, the community has seen 49 of its leaders killed The tension Aguilar references extends beyond Cerro Matoso; it lies at the heart of hundreds of disputes across the country. Two-fifths of Colombia’s land has been concessioned to or requested by mining or fossil-fuel companies. The government has declared the country open for business, assuring all that the country must develop its way to an enduring peace. The thrust of that development is the so-called ‘mining-energy locomotive’.31 But will an authentic peace be obtainable with a development policy that enflames social conflicts and degrades territories? Social movements have been mobilizing to demand instead a peace imbued with social and environmental justice.32 Danilo Urrea, from the environmental justice organization CENSAT Agua Viva, criticizes the government for proposing a ‘corporate peace’, ‘based on a development model which turns its back to environmental equilibrium, and closes its eyes to popular participation.’ ‘Nature has been the setting of war, it holds the spoils of war and, therefore, it has been the victim of war,’ he says. ‘Nature is also the only fertile ground for peace. Unless we reconfigure our relationships and economic models, unless we reconcile ourselves with nature and each other, then a lasting peace is unattainable.’ Tim Flannery warns of adverse climate impacts if South32 coal mine expansion approved ABC Illawarra / By Ainslie Drewitt Smith Posted WedWednesday 2 DecDecember 2020 at 8:31pm A man sits in front of solar panels Former climate change commissioner Tim Flannery spoke at a hearing of the IPC.(AAP) Share Prominent Australian scientist and climate change writer Tim Flannery has spoken against a planned coal mine expansion in New South Wales, warning of dire environmental consequences if it is to proceed. Key points: The IPC is conducting three days of public hearings as it considers South32's mine expansion plans The company wants to extract 78 million tonnes of coal from beneath Sydney's drinking water catchment until 2048 Climate change scientist Tim Flannery addressed the commission to raise concerns about the mine's environmental impact South32 is seeking approval to expand its Dendrobium mine, west of Wollongong, until 2048. It plans to use a longwall mining technique to extract 78 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steelmaking from two new areas under Sydney's drinking water catchment. "I want to speak against the development and my concerns are really around the climate impacts of extending our coal mining in Australia," Professor Flannery told a public hearing of the Independent Planning Commission on Thursday. He pointed to a paper published in April in leading science journal Nature which he said laid out evidence that Australia was approaching some "very serious deteriorations" in key global climate systems, including destruction of the Great Barrier Reef and the drying of the Amazon rainforest. "The key thing I'm concerned about is that we're reaching some key climatic tipping points which represent an extreme risk for us," Professor Flannery said. "If we're to have a chance, at least, of avoiding those tipping points, we need to stabilise the Earth's temperatures at about one and half degrees above the pre-industrial average." A sign and the road outside the Dendrobium mine South32 wants to extend the life of its Dendrobium mine until 2048.(ABC Illawarra: Kelly Fuller) Cutting fossil fuels Professor Flannery's presentation to the IPC coincided with the release of the United Nations' annual Production Gap Report, which calls for substantial cuts in global carbon emissions to avoid dire consequences for the environment. "So rather than extending our coal mining and our fossil fuel use, the report argues we need to be cutting [their use] six per cent per year, every year, to keep ourselves safe from these dangerous tipping points." Rush to renewables Wind turbines in a wind farm in South Australia Despite, or perhaps because of, government inaction, consumers and businesses have flocked towards renewable energy, writes Ian Verrender. Read more South32's mines in the Illawarra region provide around 80 per cent of the coal necessary for steelmaking at BlueScope's Port Kembla plant. The companies together have called for the expansion project to be approved to secure thousands of direct and indirect jobs in New South Wales and across the country. Professor Flannery said an ongoing reliance on coal was not feasible as other countries, including Germany, move towards hydrogen steel production. How Germany is quitting coal A coal power plant in Germany. Germany is doing what Australia says it can't — shutting down its coal industry. Read more "Coal mining is not going to be the future," he told the commission. "The hydrogen economy offers us a way of producing steel with 98 per cent less CO2 than using coal. "BHP announced in November that they were going to be investing in hydrogen for steelmaking in China. We can't be left behind on this. "If we make the right decisions now and we get on the right track we could have a very prosperous future here in the Illawarra," Professor Flannery said. Find more local news Tell us your location and find more local ABC News and information Site of mine in metropolitan special area The Dendrobium underground coal mine (represented by the black dot) is seen in the metropolitan special area of Sydney's drinking water catchment.(Supplied: Water NSW) Directly affected Several South32 employees presented to the IPC during its second day of public hearings on Thursday, backing the mine. "The industry provides opportunities in so many disciplines from operators to engineers, finance, technology, communications, and community engagement," Luke Oliver said. "Our region relies on the jobs directly with South32 and those contract partners and supply services." Australian bosses have started caring about climate change Australian company directors nominate climate change as the number one issue they want the government to address in the long-term, in a survey of more than 1,200 business leaders. Read more Mining supervisor Anthony Dal Santo said he and his three children, who also work in the industry, would be "directly affected" if Dendrobium's expansion was rejected. "It would have both emotional and a financial devastating affect on my family," Mr Dal Santo told the commission. "This impact would be felt across the Illawarra and would also impact local businesses, the community, and the state of New South Wales. "Dendrobium mine has proved to be a positive influence in the local community and deserves the opportunity to continue." The IPC is due to hear the last of more than 80 registered speakers making oral submissions on Friday. Of the 280 written submissions already received by the commission, 250 have expressed support for the mine expansion project. Luigi Warning, BHP BHP.com Mike Henry CEO BHP BHP.com CANCER, DEFECTS AND MISCARRIAGES The impacts of contaminated air and waterways on local communities is evident through genetic deformations, illnesses and an epidemic of miscarriages.4 Children have been born without reproductive organs or anuses. Cows and chickens have birthed offspring with two heads and excess limbs. DANE, the Colombian government bureau of statistics, reported an alarming rise in rates of cancer and respiratory illness in the region.5 Dermatological defects, such as blemishes, rashes or burst skin are common. Water studies have detected extremely high levels of iron in the principal local river.6 Dayro Romero is the governor of the indigenous community of Pueblo Flecha, a village located a few hundred metres away from Cerro Matoso. ‘At first we didn’t see any changes,’ he says. ‘But 20 years on we began to see the impacts. [Today] there are high rates of bronchitis, pneumonia… Our children have skin defects, eye problems, constant headaches. Our girls are embarrassed to wear short clothes that show the blemishes on their skin. We are known for our fertility, but in our community we now have so many miscarriages. In 2011, 14 out of 36 pregnancies in our village were aborted... We feel environmentally massacred.’ Advert Newint - Article 1, 2 & frontpage - CSO21 1 Children have been born without reproductive organs or anuses. Cows and chickens have birthed offspring with two heads and excess limbs Irrael Aguilar, chieftain of the Zenú communities in the region, concurs: ‘We are slowly being killed by this mine. This is the end of us. We are on our way to extermination.’ Dozens of former mine workers have also experienced high rates of cancer, deafness and illness, with some initiating legal proceedings against the company.7,8,9 Nickel isn’t the only source of pollution. Nearby coalmines and coal-fired power plants, relied on by Cerro Matoso to meet its enormous energy needs, cast coal dust into the air. In 2013, indigenous and Afro-descendant communities from areas surrounding Cerro Matoso blockaded the mine’s entrance in protest over the health and environmental impacts, halting operations. At first they were ignored. Then, riot police were sent in. The pressure continued, eventually leading to an agreement between communities, the company and the government. One of the central compromises was that Cerro Matoso would finance an independent environmental and health study. Despite delays, the study has begun and is expected to reveal its results later in the year.10,11 The company is adamant that there are no negative impacts from its operations.12 Luis Marulanda del Valle, Cerro Matoso’s Vice-President for External Affairs, maintains that ‘the health of these communities is affected by factors independent of our operations.’13 A BHP Billiton spokesperson pointed to ‘detailed environmental and health studies carried out by Cerro Matoso up to 2014’, which indicated a minimal or absent impact on air quality, water quality and public health. But in 2014, one of the public bodies responsible for monitoring Cerro Matoso’s impacts admitted lacking the necessary equipment to determine whether the company’s own environmental reporting matched reality.14 CALLOUS CONTRASTS In its communications, Cerro Matoso pays ample reference to its contribution to economic and social development. It claims to have significantly improved the quality of life in the region through royalties and social programmes.15 Cerro Matoso is a massive enterprise linking mines with power plants and processing facilities. This truck, loaded with coal, heads from the Córdoba mines to the Geselca power plant.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik But local voices are more sceptical. Moreno argues that ‘they [the company] haven’t come through on their promise on water access, or the fixing of streets. They’ve built houses, but not using our traditional methods. In any case, what do we do with a house when we’re blighting our blood?’ Aguilar agrees: ‘We do not see the companies bringing real development. Rather, they have been preparing death for people here. They are destroying the forests, the water sources. We are merely looking for a dignified life for our coming generations, something which goes against the company’s vision.’ Montelíbano is a city of callous contrasts. Mine managers and workers benefit from a company country club, a private school and a private water supply. A gated Cerro Matoso neighbourhood sits inside the city centre. A closed condominium reserved for managers lies outside the city limits. Yet thousands of families in Montelíbano live in conditions of extreme poverty. Many lack access to water, sewerage or adequate housing. Rates of illiteracy are high.16 Eighty per cent of the inhabitants of the neighbouring municipality of San José de Uré have unmet basic needs.17 In 2012, a delegate from the General Comptroller noted that municipalities affected by Cerro Matoso were worse off than those without mining projects.18 In rural districts and communities adjacent to the mine, pollution has wrecked traditional livelihoods and methods of subsistence. ‘Before,’ Moreno says, ‘you could throw a net into the river and retrieve 20 fish. Now, it takes you a day to catch three.’ Cerro Matoso is not just a mine: it is an enormous development enterprise, linking coalmines with power plants and processing facilities. For its advocates, it has proven to be a dynamic engine of growth. For critics, it is a textbook example of maldevelopment, a network of extractive ventures which has harmed lives and impeded more salutary forms of development in the region. The mine, which has seemingly polluted the land and lives of Zenú communities, was initially powered by a hydroelectric mega-dam which forcibly displaced indigenous Emberá communities. Today, an enlarged Cerro Matoso is looking to meet its growing energy needs through the expansion of Geselca, a coal-fired power plant supplied by new local coalmines. All these polluting processes are in turn being ‘environmentally offset’ by the industrial plantation of swathes of palm and non-native teca trees, which consume more water than native species. Aguilar calls this ‘double damage’. He says: ‘They damage the environment, and then try to fix that damage with further damage.’ PARAMILITARY LINKS? There are also concerns around how Cerro Matoso has woven itself into Colombia’s vivid landscape of violence. Historically, the province of Córdoba has been one of the areas most embroiled in the country’s armed conflict, with a patent presence of paramilitary and guerrilla forces. Local residents have expressed fears about the relationship between the company and armed actors. One local shopkeeper, asking to remain nameless, reflects: ‘In this city, every business has to pay vacunas [extortion payments] to the paramilitaries, from wealthy retailers to the guys who sell passion-fruit juice on the street. They [Cerro Matoso] have been here for decades, and haven’t had a single reprisal, a single threat, a single kidnapping. How have they done that? Are we supposed to believe that they’ve never paid or engaged with the paramilitaries? We simply cannot explain to ourselves how such a company can move so freely in this territory.’ Others point to precedents. A Japanese company supplying carbon filters left the region, allegedly due to constant extortion.19 Non-governmental organizations have been unable to operate freely in surrounding villages. Irrael Aguilar (left) is one of the indigenous Zenú leaders who lives under severe threats for his involvement in environmental struggles. He is accompanied by fellow leader Juan Urango.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik There is not just suspicion around the mine’s engagement with paramilitaries to ensure unobstructed operations; allegations persist of the mine’s complicity in violence against social leaders. Colombia is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for defenders of human and environmental rights. An explosive mix of armed groups, extensive land conflicts, lucrative extractive projects, and state paralysis create conditions for the killing of dozens of activists every year.20 In Córdoba, the indigenous Zenú community of El Alto San Jorge is home to a population of nearly 16,900 people, spread across dozens of villages. Over the past eight years, the community has seen 49 of its leaders killed. Another 14 leaders currently have protection measures and 19 more are undergoing risk assessments. Only two have obtained full protection measures. Irrael Aguilar, the community’s chieftain, is under severe threat for his involvement in various rights struggles. He travels with an entourage of bodyguards and rarely spends consecutive nights in the same location. Aguilar says that ‘the company certainly has its hands in some of the threats.’ South32 and BHP Billiton deny the claims, with spokespersons from both companies affirming compliance with high standards of human rights due diligence. But those under threat are often stuck in a bind. If they present concrete evidence of the threats against them to the authorities, the risk of reprisal increases. One community leader, who asked to remain anonymous, alleged that he had evidence from paramilitary leaders who had been approached by Cerro Matoso to ‘eliminate him’. But divulging that evidence would put him at further risk. Until the security situation in the region changes, and thorough investigations can take place, there will be little clarity around the true nature of extortion and threats. Questions also arise around the company’s fiscal relationship to the Colombian state. Plantations of thirsty non-native teca trees do further damage to the environment.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik Cerro Matoso has been accused of avoiding tax, underpaying royalties, and under-invoicing.21 In 2010, the company was forced to pay over $12 million in unpaid royalties, after an audit from the General Comptroller. Further analysis of Cerro Matoso’s finances suggests manipulation or creative accounting to reduce its taxable income.22 Mario Valencia, spokesperson for the Network for Tributary Justice in Colombia, noted: ‘[an] analysis of Cerro Matoso’s figures leaves us concerned, because there is strong evidence that they are presenting accounts which show a situation that is more critical than in reality.’23 Cerro Matoso has also faced significant scrutiny for its lease over the mine, and the contracts it has negotiated with the government.24 Another Comptroller report in 2012 showed that the mine’s environmental licence was granted based on incomplete, inadequate and outdated data.25 WHAT NEXT? The future of Cerro Matoso is clouded in uncertainty. Despite plans to expand operations, a collapse in nickel prices has provoked a crisis.26 Many workers have been laid off, and there are doubts whether the mine’s concession will be extended beyond 2029. But if Cerro Matoso closes operations, will there be justice for communities torn apart by its impacts? In 2011, BHP Billiton registered the largest-ever profit by a British firm.27 It has been a generous sponsor of sports teams, cultural events, and Olympic medals, and has poured millions into lobbying.28 But its wealth has come at a cost – from flattened villages in Brazil to polluted lives in Colombia.29, 30 ‘The word Zenú means wonderful land, a place of found waters,’ Aguilar laments. ‘The legacy of our ancestors is a world-vision of equilibrium, of harmony with the natural world. The Western man [sic] doesn’t understand this, let alone the businessman [sic]. They understand extraction, not conservation.’ Over the past eight years, the community has seen 49 of its leaders killed The tension Aguilar references extends beyond Cerro Matoso; it lies at the heart of hundreds of disputes across the country. Two-fifths of Colombia’s land has been concessioned to or requested by mining or fossil-fuel companies. The government has declared the country open for business, assuring all that the country must develop its way to an enduring peace. The thrust of that development is the so-called ‘mining-energy locomotive’.31 But will an authentic peace be obtainable with a development policy that enflames social conflicts and degrades territories? Social movements have been mobilizing to demand instead a peace imbued with social and environmental justice.32 Danilo Urrea, from the environmental justice organization CENSAT Agua Viva, criticizes the government for proposing a ‘corporate peace’, ‘based on a development model which turns its back to environmental equilibrium, and closes its eyes to popular participation.’ ‘Nature has been the setting of war, it holds the spoils of war and, therefore, it has been the victim of war,’ he says. ‘Nature is also the only fertile ground for peace. Unless we reconfigure our relationships and economic models, unless we reconcile ourselves with nature and each other, then a lasting peace is unattainable.’ South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. Tim Flannery warns of adverse climate impacts if South32 coal mine expansion approved ABC Illawarra / By Ainslie Drewitt Smith Posted WedWednesday 2 DecDecember 2020 at 8:31pm A man sits in front of solar panels Former climate change commissioner Tim Flannery spoke at a hearing of the IPC.(AAP) Share Prominent Australian scientist and climate change writer Tim Flannery has spoken against a planned coal mine expansion in New South Wales, warning of dire environmental consequences if it is to proceed. Key points: The IPC is conducting three days of public hearings as it considers South32's mine expansion plans The company wants to extract 78 million tonnes of coal from beneath Sydney's drinking water catchment until 2048 Climate change scientist Tim Flannery addressed the commission to raise concerns about the mine's environmental impact South32 is seeking approval to expand its Dendrobium mine, west of Wollongong, until 2048. It plans to use a longwall mining technique to extract 78 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steelmaking from two new areas under Sydney's drinking water catchment. "I want to speak against the development and my concerns are really around the climate impacts of extending our coal mining in Australia," Professor Flannery told a public hearing of the Independent Planning Commission on Thursday. He pointed to a paper published in April in leading science journal Nature which he said laid out evidence that Australia was approaching some "very serious deteriorations" in key global climate systems, including destruction of the Great Barrier Reef and the drying of the Amazon rainforest. "The key thing I'm concerned about is that we're reaching some key climatic tipping points which represent an extreme risk for us," Professor Flannery said. "If we're to have a chance, at least, of avoiding those tipping points, we need to stabilise the Earth's temperatures at about one and half degrees above the pre-industrial average." A sign and the road outside the Dendrobium mine South32 wants to extend the life of its Dendrobium mine until 2048.(ABC Illawarra: Kelly Fuller) Cutting fossil fuels Professor Flannery's presentation to the IPC coincided with the release of the United Nations' annual Production Gap Report, which calls for substantial cuts in global carbon emissions to avoid dire consequences for the environment. "So rather than extending our coal mining and our fossil fuel use, the report argues we need to be cutting [their use] six per cent per year, every year, to keep ourselves safe from these dangerous tipping points." Rush to renewables Wind turbines in a wind farm in South Australia Despite, or perhaps because of, government inaction, consumers and businesses have flocked towards renewable energy, writes Ian Verrender. Read more South32's mines in the Illawarra region provide around 80 per cent of the coal necessary for steelmaking at BlueScope's Port Kembla plant. The companies together have called for the expansion project to be approved to secure thousands of direct and indirect jobs in New South Wales and across the country. Professor Flannery said an ongoing reliance on coal was not feasible as other countries, including Germany, move towards hydrogen steel production. How Germany is quitting coal A coal power plant in Germany. Germany is doing what Australia says it can't — shutting down its coal industry. Read more "Coal mining is not going to be the future," he told the commission. "The hydrogen economy offers us a way of producing steel with 98 per cent less CO2 than using coal. "BHP announced in November that they were going to be investing in hydrogen for steelmaking in China. We can't be left behind on this. "If we make the right decisions now and we get on the right track we could have a very prosperous future here in the Illawarra," Professor Flannery said. Find more local news Tell us your location and find more local ABC News and information Site of mine in metropolitan special area The Dendrobium underground coal mine (represented by the black dot) is seen in the metropolitan special area of Sydney's drinking water catchment.(Supplied: Water NSW) Directly affected Several South32 employees presented to the IPC during its second day of public hearings on Thursday, backing the mine. "The industry provides opportunities in so many disciplines from operators to engineers, finance, technology, communications, and community engagement," Luke Oliver said. "Our region relies on the jobs directly with South32 and those contract partners and supply services." Australian bosses have started caring about climate change Australian company directors nominate climate change as the number one issue they want the government to address in the long-term, in a survey of more than 1,200 business leaders. Read more Mining supervisor Anthony Dal Santo said he and his three children, who also work in the industry, would be "directly affected" if Dendrobium's expansion was rejected. "It would have both emotional and a financial devastating affect on my family," Mr Dal Santo told the commission. "This impact would be felt across the Illawarra and would also impact local businesses, the community, and the state of New South Wales. "Dendrobium mine has proved to be a positive influence in the local community and deserves the opportunity to continue." The IPC is due to hear the last of more than 80 registered speakers making oral submissions on Friday.open south32.com images Warning Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchell partner JMBM Butler Jeffer Mangels Butler Mitchell LLP Gans crime news Mina Sirkinlaw. 100 year old Jewish woman dies and probate attorney Bernard Gans (NOT BLOOD) Bernard Gans buries her overnight without letting her family know. Bernard Gans trustee attorney actions has Caused great pain and lifetime emotional psychological damage Berard Gans probate attorney purpusly did not contact the family to tell them their 100 year old mothers passing and attend the funeral. there is a $30,000,000.00 cash reward money to anyone that has any information regarding Berney's motivations behind it to conduct such act. The children must know what happened. $30,000,000.00 cash reward. this act has caused lifetime great psychological emotional damage to the 5 children and 50 grand kids great grand kids beyond imagination Which is inhumane

WE ARE SLOWLY BEING KILLED BY South32.net S32 BHP BHP.comTHIS MINE’ share article: Share on Facebook Tweet Email 1 November 2016 ColombiaMiningPollution Threats, pay-offs and skin defects. Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik investigates the activities of a massive British-Australian ferronickel complex. 01.11.2016-this-mine-kills-590.jpgSkin defects, along with cancer and respiratory illnesses, are common in the area of the mine. This Zenú boy is from El Alto San Jorge, Córdoba province. © Irrael Aguilar Amid the arid farmlands of Colombia’s Córdoba province, the grassed earth gives way to bare incisions. Upturned mounds of ochre puncture the landscape. Fuming chimneys spill white smoke. This is Cerro Matoso, one of the largest ferronickel mines and processing facilities in the world. Owned and part-owned for over 30 years by BHP Billiton, an Anglo-Australian corporation and the largest mining firm in the world, it was recently transferred to South32, a spin-off company.1 Matoso has proven a lucrative source of wealth, delivering billions of dollars in sales. But former workers and local communities say that wealth has come at their expense; they are demanding justice for the destructive impact on their health, livelihoods, environment and safety. Small-scale mining first started at Cerro Matoso in the 1960s, expanding in 1979 when the Colombian government granted a concession to Conicol, Ifi-Econiquel and Billington Overseas (the precursor of BHP Billiton, from the Royal Dutch Shell group). Funded by the World Bank, the mine boomed, becoming the region’s flagship industry.2 Montelíbano, a nearby town devoted to agriculture and livestock breeding, saw its population triple.3 Advert Newint - Article 1, 2 & frontpage - CSO21 3 In 1997, BHP Billiton gained full ownership of the mine, doubling its production between 2001 and 2010. Today, Cerro Matoso’s high-quality ferronickel is shipped from Cartagena across the world, where it finds its way into countless industrial products, such as surgical instruments or mobile phones. Extracting the material is an intricate process. Raw ferronickel is found in opencast spaces. It is mined using bulldozers and then transported to processing facilities. There, it is crushed and dried, and readied for the smelter. In high-temperature ovens, the nickel is melted, separated into segments, and cooled. With four enormous furnaces in use, Cerro Matoso is the most energy-intensive industrial project in Colombia. But these ovens emit large amounts of toxic particles, which the wind carries to water sources and fields. CANCER, DEFECTS AND MISCARRIAGES The impacts of contaminated air and waterways on local communities is evident through genetic deformations, illnesses and an epidemic of miscarriages.4 Children have been born without reproductive organs or anuses. Cows and chickens have birthed offspring with two heads and excess limbs. DANE, the Colombian government bureau of statistics, reported an alarming rise in rates of cancer and respiratory illness in the region.5 Dermatological defects, such as blemishes, rashes or burst skin are common. Water studies have detected extremely high levels of iron in the principal local river.6 Dayro Romero is the governor of the indigenous community of Pueblo Flecha, a village located a few hundred metres away from Cerro Matoso. ‘At first we didn’t see any changes,’ he says. ‘But 20 years on we began to see the impacts. [Today] there are high rates of bronchitis, pneumonia… Our children have skin defects, eye problems, constant headaches. Our girls are embarrassed to wear short clothes that show the blemishes on their skin. We are known for our fertility, but in our community we now have so many miscarriages. In 2011, 14 out of 36 pregnancies in our village were aborted... We feel environmentally massacred.’ Advert Newint - Article 1, 2 & frontpage - CSO21 1 Children have been born without reproductive organs or anuses. Cows and chickens have birthed offspring with two heads and excess limbs Irrael Aguilar, chieftain of the Zenú communities in the region, concurs: ‘We are slowly being killed by this mine. This is the end of us. We are on our way to extermination.’ Dozens of former mine workers have also experienced high rates of cancer, deafness and illness, with some initiating legal proceedings against the company.7,8,9 Nickel isn’t the only source of pollution. Nearby coalmines and coal-fired power plants, relied on by Cerro Matoso to meet its enormous energy needs, cast coal dust into the air. In 2013, indigenous and Afro-descendant communities from areas surrounding Cerro Matoso blockaded the mine’s entrance in protest over the health and environmental impacts, halting operations. At first they were ignored. Then, riot police were sent in. The pressure continued, eventually leading to an agreement between communities, the company and the government. One of the central compromises was that Cerro Matoso would finance an independent environmental and health study. Despite delays, the study has begun and is expected to reveal its results later in the year.10,11 The company is adamant that there are no negative impacts from its operations.12 Luis Marulanda del Valle, Cerro Matoso’s Vice-President for External Affairs, maintains that ‘the health of these communities is affected by factors independent of our operations.’13 A BHP Billiton spokesperson pointed to ‘detailed environmental and health studies carried out by Cerro Matoso up to 2014’, which indicated a minimal or absent impact on air quality, water quality and public health. But in 2014, one of the public bodies responsible for monitoring Cerro Matoso’s impacts admitted lacking the necessary equipment to determine whether the company’s own environmental reporting matched reality.14 CALLOUS CONTRASTS In its communications, Cerro Matoso pays ample reference to its contribution to economic and social development. It claims to have significantly improved the quality of life in the region through royalties and social programmes.15 Cerro Matoso is a massive enterprise linking mines with power plants and processing facilities. This truck, loaded with coal, heads from the Córdoba mines to the Geselca power plant.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik But local voices are more sceptical. Moreno argues that ‘they [the company] haven’t come through on their promise on water access, or the fixing of streets. They’ve built houses, but not using our traditional methods. In any case, what do we do with a house when we’re blighting our blood?’ Aguilar agrees: ‘We do not see the companies bringing real development. Rather, they have been preparing death for people here. They are destroying the forests, the water sources. We are merely looking for a dignified life for our coming generations, something which goes against the company’s vision.’ Montelíbano is a city of callous contrasts. Mine managers and workers benefit from a company country club, a private school and a private water supply. A gated Cerro Matoso neighbourhood sits inside the city centre. A closed condominium reserved for managers lies outside the city limits. Yet thousands of families in Montelíbano live in conditions of extreme poverty. Many lack access to water, sewerage or adequate housing. Rates of illiteracy are high.16 Eighty per cent of the inhabitants of the neighbouring municipality of San José de Uré have unmet basic needs.17 In 2012, a delegate from the General Comptroller noted that municipalities affected by Cerro Matoso were worse off than those without mining projects.18 In rural districts and communities adjacent to the mine, pollution has wrecked traditional livelihoods and methods of subsistence. ‘Before,’ Moreno says, ‘you could throw a net into the river and retrieve 20 fish. Now, it takes you a day to catch three.’ Cerro Matoso is not just a mine: it is an enormous development enterprise, linking coalmines with power plants and processing facilities. For its advocates, it has proven to be a dynamic engine of growth. For critics, it is a textbook example of maldevelopment, a network of extractive ventures which has harmed lives and impeded more salutary forms of development in the region. The mine, which has seemingly polluted the land and lives of Zenú communities, was initially powered by a hydroelectric mega-dam which forcibly displaced indigenous Emberá communities. Today, an enlarged Cerro Matoso is looking to meet its growing energy needs through the expansion of Geselca, a coal-fired power plant supplied by new local coalmines. All these polluting processes are in turn being ‘environmentally offset’ by the industrial plantation of swathes of palm and non-native teca trees, which consume more water than native species. Aguilar calls this ‘double damage’. He says: ‘They damage the environment, and then try to fix that damage with further damage.’ PARAMILITARY LINKS? There are also concerns around how Cerro Matoso has woven itself into Colombia’s vivid landscape of violence. Historically, the province of Córdoba has been one of the areas most embroiled in the country’s armed conflict, with a patent presence of paramilitary and guerrilla forces. Local residents have expressed fears about the relationship between the company and armed actors. One local shopkeeper, asking to remain nameless, reflects: ‘In this city, every business has to pay vacunas [extortion payments] to the paramilitaries, from wealthy retailers to the guys who sell passion-fruit juice on the street. They [Cerro Matoso] have been here for decades, and haven’t had a single reprisal, a single threat, a single kidnapping. How have they done that? Are we supposed to believe that they’ve never paid or engaged with the paramilitaries? We simply cannot explain to ourselves how such a company can move so freely in this territory.’ Others point to precedents. A Japanese company supplying carbon filters left the region, allegedly due to constant extortion.19 Non-governmental organizations have been unable to operate freely in surrounding villages. Irrael Aguilar (left) is one of the indigenous Zenú leaders who lives under severe threats for his involvement in environmental struggles. He is accompanied by fellow leader Juan Urango.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik There is not just suspicion around the mine’s engagement with paramilitaries to ensure unobstructed operations; allegations persist of the mine’s complicity in violence against social leaders. Colombia is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for defenders of human and environmental rights. An explosive mix of armed groups, extensive land conflicts, lucrative extractive projects, and state paralysis create conditions for the killing of dozens of activists every year.20 In Córdoba, the indigenous Zenú community of El Alto San Jorge is home to a population of nearly 16,900 people, spread across dozens of villages. Over the past eight years, the community has seen 49 of its leaders killed. Another 14 leaders currently have protection measures and 19 more are undergoing risk assessments. Only two have obtained full protection measures. Irrael Aguilar, the community’s chieftain, is under severe threat for his involvement in various rights struggles. He travels with an entourage of bodyguards and rarely spends consecutive nights in the same location. Aguilar says that ‘the company certainly has its hands in some of the threats.’ South32 and BHP Billiton deny the claims, with spokespersons from both companies affirming compliance with high standards of human rights due diligence. But those under threat are often stuck in a bind. If they present concrete evidence of the threats against them to the authorities, the risk of reprisal increases. One community leader, who asked to remain anonymous, alleged that he had evidence from paramilitary leaders who had been approached by Cerro Matoso to ‘eliminate him’. But divulging that evidence would put him at further risk. Until the security situation in the region changes, and thorough investigations can take place, there will be little clarity around the true nature of extortion and threats. Questions also arise around the company’s fiscal relationship to the Colombian state. Plantations of thirsty non-native teca trees do further damage to the environment.Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik Cerro Matoso has been accused of avoiding tax, underpaying royalties, and under-invoicing.21 In 2010, the company was forced to pay over $12 million in unpaid royalties, after an audit from the General Comptroller. Further analysis of Cerro Matoso’s finances suggests manipulation or creative accounting to reduce its taxable income.22 Mario Valencia, spokesperson for the Network for Tributary Justice in Colombia, noted: ‘[an] analysis of Cerro Matoso’s figures leaves us concerned, because there is strong evidence that they are presenting accounts which show a situation that is more critical than in reality.’23 Cerro Matoso has also faced significant scrutiny for its lease over the mine, and the contracts it has negotiated with the government.24 Another Comptroller report in 2012 showed that the mine’s environmental licence was granted based on incomplete, inadequate and outdated data.25 WHAT NEXT? The future of Cerro Matoso is clouded in uncertainty. Despite plans to expand operations, a collapse in nickel prices has provoked a crisis.26 Many workers have been laid off, and there are doubts whether the mine’s concession will be extended beyond 2029. But if Cerro Matoso closes operations, will there be justice for communities torn apart by its impacts? In 2011, BHP Billiton registered the largest-ever profit by a British firm.27 It has been a generous sponsor of sports teams, cultural events, and Olympic medals, and has poured millions into lobbying.28 But its wealth has come at a cost – from flattened villages in Brazil to polluted lives in Colombia.29, 30 ‘The word Zenú means wonderful land, a place of found waters,’ Aguilar laments. ‘The legacy of our ancestors is a world-vision of equilibrium, of harmony with the natural world. The Western man [sic] doesn’t understand this, let alone the businessman [sic]. They understand extraction, not conservation.’ Over the past eight years, the community has seen 49 of its leaders killed The tension Aguilar references extends beyond Cerro Matoso; it lies at the heart of hundreds of disputes across the country. Two-fifths of Colombia’s land has been concessioned to or requested by mining or fossil-fuel companies. The government has declared the country open for business, assuring all that the country must develop its way to an enduring peace. The thrust of that development is the so-called ‘mining-energy locomotive’.31 But will an authentic peace be obtainable with a development policy that enflames social conflicts and degrades territories? Social movements have been mobilizing to demand instead a peace imbued with social and environmental justice.32 Danilo Urrea, from the environmental justice organization CENSAT Agua Viva, criticizes the government for proposing a ‘corporate peace’, ‘based on a development model which turns its back to environmental equilibrium, and closes its eyes to popular participation.’ ‘Nature has been the setting of war, it holds the spoils of war and, therefore, it has been the victim of war,’ he says. ‘Nature is also the only fertile ground for peace. Unless we reconfigure our relationships and economic models, unless we reconcile ourselves with nature and each other, then a lasting peace is unattainable.’ South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. South32.com Suing BHP BHP.com S32 Mining $500,000,000,000.00 South32.com Suing South32.net BHP BHP.com South32 Mining SEC $500,000,000,000.00 - Australia's corrupt Queen Elizabeth criminal government is destroying Australia. South32 Warning the Corrupt Criminal Stock Market Exchange U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Venal Staff and CEO. Warning: Goldman Sachs, Australian Securities Exchange, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges scamming public. South32 picture south32 image south32 image. Tim Flannery warns of adverse climate impacts if South32 coal mine expansion approved ABC Illawarra / By Ainslie Drewitt Smith Posted WedWednesday 2 DecDecember 2020 at 8:31pm A man sits in front of solar panels Former climate change commissioner Tim Flannery spoke at a hearing of the IPC.(AAP) Share Prominent Australian scientist and climate change writer Tim Flannery has spoken against a planned coal mine expansion in New South Wales, warning of dire environmental consequences if it is to proceed. Key points: The IPC is conducting three days of public hearings as it considers South32's mine expansion plans The company wants to extract 78 million tonnes of coal from beneath Sydney's drinking water catchment until 2048 Climate change scientist Tim Flannery addressed the commission to raise concerns about the mine's environmental impact South32 is seeking approval to expand its Dendrobium mine, west of Wollongong, until 2048. It plans to use a longwall mining technique to extract 78 million tonnes of metallurgical coal for steelmaking from two new areas under Sydney's drinking water catchment. "I want to speak against the development and my concerns are really around the climate impacts of extending our coal mining in Australia," Professor Flannery told a public hearing of the Independent Planning Commission on Thursday. He pointed to a paper published in April in leading science journal Nature which he said laid out evidence that Australia was approaching some "very serious deteriorations" in key global climate systems, including destruction of the Great Barrier Reef and the drying of the Amazon rainforest. "The key thing I'm concerned about is that we're reaching some key climatic tipping points which represent an extreme risk for us," Professor Flannery said. "If we're to have a chance, at least, of avoiding those tipping points, we need to stabilise the Earth's temperatures at about one and half degrees above the pre-industrial average." A sign and the road outside the Dendrobium mine South32 wants to extend the life of its Dendrobium mine until 2048.(ABC Illawarra: Kelly Fuller) Cutting fossil fuels Professor Flannery's presentation to the IPC coincided with the release of the United Nations' annual Production Gap Report, which calls for substantial cuts in global carbon emissions to avoid dire consequences for the environment. "So rather than extending our coal mining and our fossil fuel use, the report argues we need to be cutting [their use] six per cent per year, every year, to keep ourselves safe from these dangerous tipping points." Rush to renewables Wind turbines in a wind farm in South Australia Despite, or perhaps because of, government inaction, consumers and businesses have flocked towards renewable energy, writes Ian Verrender. Read more South32's mines in the Illawarra region provide around 80 per cent of the coal necessary for steelmaking at BlueScope's Port Kembla plant. The companies together have called for the expansion project to be approved to secure thousands of direct and indirect jobs in New South Wales and across the country. Professor Flannery said an ongoing reliance on coal was not feasible as other countries, including Germany, move towards hydrogen steel production. How Germany is quitting coal A coal power plant in Germany. Germany is doing what Australia says it can't — shutting down its coal industry. Read more "Coal mining is not going to be the future," he told the commission. "The hydrogen economy offers us a way of producing steel with 98 per cent less CO2 than using coal. "BHP announced in November that they were going to be investing in hydrogen for steelmaking in China. We can't be left behind on this. "If we make the right decisions now and we get on the right track we could have a very prosperous future here in the Illawarra," Professor Flannery said. Find more local news Tell us your location and find more local ABC News and information Site of mine in metropolitan special area The Dendrobium underground coal mine (represented by the black dot) is seen in the metropolitan special area of Sydney's drinking water catchment.(Supplied: Water NSW) Directly affected Several South32 employees presented to the IPC during its second day of public hearings on Thursday, backing the mine. "The industry provides opportunities in so many disciplines from operators to engineers, finance, technology, communications, and community engagement," Luke Oliver said. "Our region relies on the jobs directly with South32 and those contract partners and supply services." Australian bosses have started caring about climate change Australian company directors nominate climate change as the number one issue they want the government to address in the long-term, in a survey of more than 1,200 business leaders. Read more Mining supervisor Anthony Dal Santo said he and his three children, who also work in the industry, would be "directly affected" if Dendrobium's expansion was rejected. "It would have both emotional and a financial devastating affect on my family," Mr Dal Santo told the commission. "This impact would be felt across the Illawarra and would also impact local businesses, the community, and the state of New South Wales. "Dendrobium mine has proved to be a positive influence in the local community and deserves the opportunity to continue." The IPC is due to hear the last of more than 80 registered speakers making oral submissions on Friday. Of the 280 written submissions already received by the commission, 250 have expressed support for the mine expansion project. 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