Date:   September 28, 2017

Laura Grassi is an environmental scientist who has worked mostly in South America on soil protection, agroecology, and environmental impact assessments.

Her encounter with Source International in 2015 shifted Laura’s attention and passion towards voiceless communities affected by mining activities. A great part of her work consists of the collection of evidences of environmental, social, and health extractive impacts on local communities. Laura also manages campaigns to raise public awareness on our unsustainable and unjust consumptions – school projects, European partnerships, and local events – addressed to the final consumers of those products that contain metals derived from extraction activities in remote locations.

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