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video – The great nature sale

November 2013. Protest action at the entrance of the World Forum on Natural Capital in Edinburgh. Website: Naturenotforsale.org

Ten questions for Eni about OPL-245 – but will we ever know the answers?

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By Simon Taylor (Global Witness) e Antonio Tricarico (Re:Common)  Last week, Prime Minister Renzi of Italy said that reporting about a major case of alleged corruption should not be allowed to endanger jobs or economic policies. This apparent criticism raises a question as to Prime Minister Renzi’s commitment to Italy’s obligations under the OECD Anti […]

World’s poorest at risk from World Bank move to weaken protections: Labour, human rights, and environmental groups unite to protest

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Brussels, 18 September 2014. Today, protesters will gather at the World Bank’s offices in Brussels to protest its moves to weaken policies meant to protect people and the environment. Wearing Pinocchio masks, protesters will question why Bank President Jim Yong Kim went back on his word not to dilute the Bank’s policies. The protest marks […]

Ten reasons to say NO to the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP)

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With a ruling from the Italian Ministry of Environment on the environmental impact assessment of the TAP pipeline project expected soon, we explain here why we believe that the pipeline project is useless and harmful, for a variety of reasons. It is certainly not a project that Italian and European financial institutions should be financing. […]


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NO PUBLIC MONEY FOR MEGA-GAS PIPELINE PROJECTS External “Projects of Common Interest” for gas import will be harmful for the host countries and for the EU With the crisis in Ukraine there is much discussion about Europe’s dependence on Russian gas and how this could be reduced. The options on the table include the reduction […]