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Joining forces to protect eco-sensitive regions from oil companies

Could a local civil society organisation confront one of the largest oil companies in the world? Alone? Unlikely. Through partnerships? Maybe. Our local partner in Uganda worked with other civil society organisations to organize dialogues with oil companies regarding the impacts and risks of oil activities on people and the environment.

Friends of the Earth groups complaint against ING Group admissible, declares OECD

ING has been ignoring abuses in the palm oil sector for years. The Dutch National Contact Point for the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) today declared a complaint from three Friends of the Earth groups (Milieudefensie (Netherlands), SDI (Liberia) and WALHI (Indonesia)) against Dutch bank ING admissible.

NGOs file complaint: plans to mine bauxite in Atewa Range Forest violate right to a safe and healthy environment

A coalition of NGOs filed a notice of civil action against the Government of Ghana stating the plans to exploit the Atewa Range Forest for bauxite are in violation of the right to a safe and healthy environment.

Protection for species treasure trove

With support from IUCN NL, Vietnam’s Centre for Biodiversity and Development (CBD) has made a record of the enormous wealth of species which live in the Ta Kou reserve. The evidence collected by CBD makes it plain just how extraordinary the park is. Ta Kou’s biodiversity is so great that the reserve has been nominated for national park status.

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