Goldak Airborne Surveys in controversy in occupied Western Sahara

The Canadian company undertook a airborne study of occupied Western Sahara on behalf of the occupying power.

Published 31 July 16

In its 2012 annual report, ONHYM notes the following regarding the Canadian Metalex's mineral exploration in occupied Western Sahara: 

"Airborne geophysical survey, magnetic and spectroradiometry, conducted by the Canadian company Goldak Airborne Ltd. Processing and interpretation of the airborne survey results Geological control of airborne anomalies. A total of 428 samples were collected. Partial results of samples collected at certain anomalies are encouraging."

Goldak's physical presence in Dakhla in 2012 was documented here

Goldak is based in Saskatoon, Canada. 
 

Siemens, Enel blacklisted by asset manager over international law concerns

Siemens Gamesa, Siemens Energy and Enel Spa have been excluded by Norwegian asset manager Storebrand for contributing to violations of international law in occupied Western Sahara. 

14 January 21

WSRW has a new website

WSRW is pleased to announce that we finally have a new website! Please be patient with us in the transition. Full functionality will be expected from end of January 2021. Errors can be reported to info@wsrw.org. 

16 December 20

How the companies argue

This article is under construction. Please come back later. 

12 December 20

SRI update

The following overview enlists stock-exchange registered companies currently operating in Western Sahara. Updated 5 October 2020.

12 December 20