Exposing how logging firms are are exploiting progressive community forestry in Liberia.
Government moves to address failures in the forest sector provide a brief window of opportunity to bring about profound and lasting positive change
It is too easy for community forests to be co-opted by logging companies and local elites for narrowly commercial and unsustainable ends
We expose how US oil giant Exxon purchased a Liberian oil block it knew was tainted by corruption – while attacking US anti-corruption laws.
The violence, threats, and false promises driving rapid palm oil expansion in Liberia.
Ten years after Liberia’s civil war, the government of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is held up as an example of how reformist leadership can bring peace and democracy to a devastated country.
Palm oil is compounding, not alleviating poverty, says 2006 Goldman Environmental Prize winner Silas Siakor.
A rare example of a foreign crook masquerading as a businessman being held accountable for the damage they have wreaked on the African continent
European companies continue to shirk responsibility for bankrolling conflict in forest-rich countries