World Rainforest Movement

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Brazil: Letter exposes “the donation farce” of agribusiness, industrial tree monocultures, oil and mining corporations

Posted on Jul 28, 2020

A network of civil society organizations and social movements expose the false solidarity of corporations in the present context of the health crisis in which Brazil is immersed.

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The Pandemic in Forests in India: Escalated Attacks on Communities

Posted on Jul 15, 2020

Funds from the Compensatory Afforestation scheme have been allocated for Covid-19 relief measures. The scheme has funded plantations that invade community land and has led to illegal evictions where “Protected Areas” have been declared. This has not stopped during the lockdown.

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Reflections amid the Covid-19 Pandemic from WRM’s Advisory Committee

Posted on Jul 15, 2020

Members of the WRM’s Advisory Committee were invited to contribute to this special Bulletin with reflections on the devastating situation of deepening injustices that forest communities and peasant families around the world are facing due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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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. Dowload it here.

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