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Community members from Mozambique and organizations around the world say NO to more industrial tree plantations

Posted on Oct 16, 2020

On the eve of the International Day of Struggle against Monoculture Tree Plantations, an open letter signed by more than 730 members of Mozambican communities, and 120 organizations from 40 countries has been released.

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A Different Vision of “Doing Conservation:” The Kawsak Sacha of the Kichwa People of Sarayaku, Ecuador

Posted on Sep 24, 2020

Most governments, NGOs and corporations are promoting more Protected Areas and conservation areas around the world. But what does conservation mean? Marlon Santi of the Kichwa people of Sarayaku explains to us what the Amazonian peoples of Ecuador consider to be conservation.

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Deforestation in the Amazon, and the REDD+ Money that Keeps Coming to Brazil

Posted on Sep 24, 2020

The tens of millions of euros that the government of Acre received from the German government for its REDD+ program failed to stop deforestation. Despite this fact several Brazilian states continue to receive funds from the German government.

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The Road that Threatens to Destroy the “Protected” Harapan Forest in South Sumatra, Indonesia

Posted on Sep 24, 2020

The approval of a road construction inside the first Ecosystem Restoration Concession in Indonesia puts in evidence the inherent contradictions of such concessions.

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Arbaro Fund: More Money, More Conflict?

Posted on Jul 6, 2020

Company plans 75,000 hectare expansion of Industrial Tree Plantations in Seven Countries in the Global South: Sierra Leone, Ghana, Uganda, Ethiopia, Peru, Ecuador and Paraguay. Download the leafelt to know more about the company and why communities should be alert.

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What could be wrong about planting trees? The new push for more industrial tree plantations in the Global South

Posted on Mar 23, 2020

This publication aims to alert community groups and activists about the corporate push for a new round of large-scale tree plantation expansion.

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