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7 November 2019

Colombia: Report analyses land accumulation and concentration with regards to Bioenergy, subsidiary of Ecopetrol

Author: Somo

“Land ownership in Colombia. The case of Bioenergy”, 30th October 2019...

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29 October 2019
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Author: SOMO e Indepaz

“¿Amnistía a la “Concentración Productiva” del Siglo XXI en La Orinoquía? El Caso Bioenergy” - 29 de octubre de 2019...

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25 September 2019
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Author: Catherine Morand, Le Courrier (Suisse)

"L’«agrocolonialisme» doit cesser!", 25 septembre 2019...

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5 September 2019

Vattenfall launches human rights policy covering all operations

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13 August 2019
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Author: Henri Fotso, Deutsche Welle (Allemagne)

"La course aux terres agricoles, une bombe à retardement en Afrique", 12 août 2019...

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16 July 2019

Fast & fair renewable energy: A practical guide for investors

This briefing sets out how investors can help tackle the climate crisis while respecting human rights in a just transition. It is divided into five snapshots, which provide statistics and case studies highlighting key human rights risks and impacts f...

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8 July 2019

Cuba: Bioelectric plants prioritised in the sugar sector as part of transition to renewable energy

Author: Prensa Latina (Cuba)

“Bioelectric Plants, Leading Program of the Cuban Sugar Sector”, 4th July 2019...

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30 April 2019

Colombia: Study highlights actors involved in the transition from a fossil fuel to a bio-based economy

Author: Viviana López Hernández and Heiner Schanz

“Agency in actor networks: Who is governing transitions towards a bioeconomy? The case of Colombia”, 10th July 2019...

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23 April 2019

Sierra Leone: Swedwatch raises concerns incl. pollution & land loss for communities impacted by bioenergy project; incl. co non-response

On 28 March 2019, Swedwatch published an article raising concerns including pollution, land loss and relocation from religious sites, with regard to new plans for community relocation following resumption of the Addax Bionenergy project in 2016. ...

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16 April 2019

Brazil: 50 percent of the companies involved in domestic soy production have yet to commit to eliminating deforestation in their supply chains

Author: Global Canopy

“Are Brazilians eating the Cerrado?”, 21st November 2018...

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