Greta Thunberg’s charity donates £158,000 to Sami campaign

Indigenous people in Sweden are battling UK firm over plans for iron-ore mine on reindeer-herding lands

Greta Thunberg’s charity has donated £158,000 to cover the legal costs of Indigenous people in Sweden’s Arctic north as they battle a British mining company over plans for an iron-ore mine on reindeer-herding lands.

Beowulf Mining, which has its headquarters in the City of London, was given approval in March by the Swedish government for excavation on an area used by the Sami community.

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(SOURCE) https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/nov/22/greta-thunbergs-charity-donates-to-sami-campaign

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