Forest and Finance
This website aims to highlight the role that finance plays in enabling tropical deforestation. It is the result of extensive research and investigations by a coalition of campaign and research organisations including Rainforest Action Network, TuK INDONESIA, and Profundo. Collectively, these organisations and their allies seek to achieve improved financial sector policies and systems that prevent financial institutions from supporting the kind of environmental and social abuses that are all too common in the operations of their forest-risk sector clients.
Fire and Finance
This website aims to provide information on the financiers behind the companies that are responsible for the fires. The financial data is provided by our forestsandfinance.org website and the fire data is sourced from the Global Forest Watch website.
Taipan Kelapa Sawit
In an effort to overcome of negative impacts of large scale oil palm plantations, we concluded that the driving force behind the strong growth of the palm oil sector, which are the owners and investors, must take responsibilities for those impacts. In this regard, it is important to note that the ownership of oil palm plantations is more concentrated than it looks at the first sight, because many plantation companies are owned by large business groups. Business groups in this very limited numbers are account for the majority of existing plantations and they are developing landbank in very large scale into the new plantations
Civil Society Coalition Demands That MUFG and Bank Danamon Be Held Accountable for Forest Destruction, Climate Crisis and Human Rights Violation in Indonesia
Banks contribute to deforestation, land degradation: Report
Joint Press Release Coalition of Indigenous Peoples and Civil Society Organisations officially lodge a complaint with the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (UNCERD) contesting threats to indigenous rights in Borneo
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