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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

Why Public Country-by-Country Reporting for Large Multinationals is a Must

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Introduction Abusive tax planning by transnational enterprises is a global problem. A major part of global cross-border trade happens between related parties in a transnational enterprise and almost 1/3 of global corporate investment stocks passes through offshore investment hubs.[1] This type of trade is susceptible to abusive exploitation of gaps and loopholes in domestic and […]

European raw material policies are undermining human rights

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The campaign “Stop Mad Mining” – carried out by thirteen environmental and human rights NGOs from Europe and Central America – advocates against the inhuman and environmentally destructive extraction of raw materials in the Global South Berlin, 27th March 2015 – The Christian Initiative Romero (CIR) and PowerShift have launched a campaign which advocates that […]

Banking on forests – briefing

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Kellerwald forest. Photo credit: Willow, CC-BY-SA-2.5, Wikimedia Commons

Banking on forests The European Investment Bank’s belief in financial alchemy to fix the climate crisis: The case of the Althelia Climate Fund Written by Antonio Tricarico, Re:Common – based on the findings of Merian Research. Text closed on 19th August 2014 The European Investment Bank is at the forefront of carbon market development through […]

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 […]