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Hyundai is committed to helping stop illegal mining in the Amazon

Hyundai is committed to helping stop illegal mining in the Amazon. This after Greenpeace released a report revealing that Hyundai heavy duty machines are by far the most popular among those who carry out the extremely destructive illegal mining on indigenous lands in the Amazon. The company states that they will prevent the machines from being used in the illegal business. We now hope that other manufacturers of similar machines also follow this example.
// Greenpeace

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    • rosebellendiritu

      36 w

      May it now come up with sustainable projects to counter already the destruction done.

      • Gorffly mokua

        36 w

        This is a great commitment! Hope they will be able to get a sustainable solution.

        • Elizabeth Gathigia

          36 w

          Great to see Hyundai fighting against illegal mining in Amazon, the environment needs to be protected

          • George Kariuki

            36 w

            I hope other manufacturers follow suit.

            • walter lungayi

              36 w

              It's great to see a company like Hyundai taking a stand against illegal mining in the Amazon. It's important for corporations to prioritize environmental protection and sustainability in their business practices.

              • Rotich Kim

                36 w

                Illegal mining has advance effect to our environment this should come to the end

                • Jane Wangui

                  36 w

                  @rotich_kim overtime our land will look ugly with all the mines and peoples health will deteriorate.

                  • rosebellendiritu

                    36 w

                    @jane_wangui in most cases where mining is done it looks ugly already,something that has to come to an end.

                  • Rashid Kamau

                    36 w

                    The illegal miners have polluted lands, leading to widespread hunger and disease.

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