Money to Burn
More than 300 banks and investors back six of the world’s most harmful agribusinesses to the tune of $44bn
What lies beneath
How an oil project linked to the Republic of Congo’s corrupt rulers was obtained by one of Africa’s richest men in questionable circumstances - imperilling climate-critical peatland forests
At first glance, the Solomon Islands looks like a tropical paradise with palm-fringed white sand beaches and pristine, biodiverse rainforests. But look closer and the paradise isn’t so idyllic.
How banks, deforestation and the climate crisis are linked
We’re tackling the climate crisis by pushing for action on the banks behind the destruction of tropical forests
An important first step for UK leadership on deforestation
By introducing new measures, the UK government can ensure business plays its part in protecting the world's forests
The Forest Avengers
Illegal logging in Peru’s forests is still widespread and systematic, contributing towards the degradation of the Amazon.
Strengthening corporate responsibility
The case for mandatory due diligence in the EU to protect people and the planet
Ten European traders could be importing illegal Congo timber worth millions, breaking the EUTR and damaging climate-critical rainforests.