Carbon offset projects benefit corporations, not victims of pollution, report alleges

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Company non-response
5 September 2012

Green Resources did not respond to: Report alleges that carbon offset projects in Africa benefit corporations, not victims of pollution

Company response
15 May 2012

Eni response to report raising concerns about the efficacy of the Clean Development Mechanism

Author: Eni

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Company non-response
9 May 2012

Cimpor did not respond to: Report alleges that carbon offset projects in Africa benefit corporations, not victims of pollution

Company non-response
9 May 2012

ConocoPhillips did not respond to: Report alleges that carbon offset projects in Africa benefit corporations, not victims of pollution.

Company non-response
9 May 2012

Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) did not respond to: Report alleges that carbon offset projects in Africa benefit corporations, not victims of pollution.

Company response
9 May 2012

Response by Salini Costruttori: Report alleges that carbon offset projects in Africa benefit corporations, not victims of pollution.

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Company non-response
9 May 2012

Shell did not respond to: Report alleges that carbon offset projects in Africa benefit corporations, not victims of pollution.

Article
9 May 2012

[PDF] Gibe III: Reply to Business-Human Rights org

Author: Salini

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Company response
8 May 2012

Sasol's response to “The CDM in Africa Cannot Deliver the Money”

Author: Sasol

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Company response
8 May 2012

[PDF] Green Resources’ Response to “The CDM in Africa Cannot Deliver the Money”

Author: Green Resources

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