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Money to Burn
More than 300 banks and investors back six of the world’s most harmful agribusinesses to the tune of $44bn
Strengthening corporate responsibility
The case for mandatory due diligence in the EU to protect people and the planet
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.
The Forest Avengers
Illegal logging in Peru’s forests is still widespread and systematic, contributing towards the degradation of the Amazon.
Ten European traders could be importing illegal Congo timber worth millions, breaking the EUTR and damaging climate-critical rainforests.
Lessons from China’s global forest footprint
There’s a high risk that the top ten countries China imports tropical timber from are supplying illegal timber – will it step up and play a lead role in tackling the issue?
A Major Liability
As China continues to import huge volumes of timber from Papua New Guinea, its continued failure to regulate against illegally produced wood is putting its own reputation at risk.
Total Systems Failure
We reveal systemic illegal logging by a major European company in the Democratic Republic of Congo, while Norway and France are on the brink of funding expansion of the country’s industrial logging sector..