Le projet Sen huile-Sen éthanol présente des ramifications troublantes. Derrière sa vitrine opaque se cachent une foultitude de connexions qui plongent leurs ramifications en Italie, aux Etats-Unis, au Brésil, au Panama et dans les hautes sphères de l’Administration sénégalaise.
Un rapport d’Oakland Institute, assis sur une enquête de terrain, met à nu les impacts négatifs du projet Sen huile-Sen éthanol et corrobore les informations du journal Le Quotidien.
A new report on a government-sanctioned land grab in Senegal shows a new deal that threatens thousands of Peul pastoralists in the rural Ndiel area.
The wolves of Wall Street are eyeing millions of acres of US farmland that will soon come up for sale, according to a new study from the Oakland Institute
Film chronicles the experiences of communities in PNG--giving a voice to those who are losing their land and natural resources to illegal logging operations and palm oil companies.
Violent corporate land grabbing is driven by logging corporations operating with little oversight in some of the world’s largest rainforests, all with the direct complicity of many politicians.
Papua New Guinea is the latest known victim in a modern era of land grabs orchestrated by foreign corporations according to an investigative report and a film.
Anuradha Mittal of the Oakland Institute speaks abouthow farmers in Ethiopia are being pushed off their land to make way for multinational agribusiness.
World bank rekindles assumptions that land registration would give farmers access to low-cost credit, improve yields, and that Africa has abundant “surplus land” which should be delineated and identified in order to be acquired by land developers.
The embattled Herakles Farms palm oil plantation project in Cameroon appears to have now gone off the rails
Two new reports from the Oakland Institute show how Western development assistance is supporting forced evictions and massive violations of human rights in Ethiopia.
Company documents provided to the Oakland Institute contain evidence that Herakles Farms is misleading investors, local communities, the Cameroonian government, and the general public.