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23 September 2019

China continues to expand portfolio of green finance and clean energy projects in MENA, according to research

Author: Ossman Elnaggar, The Diplomat

“China’s Growing “Green” Engagement in MENA”, 19 Sep 2019...

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2 May 2018

How electric car & tech companies could be using child labour-mined cobalt from small-scale miners in Dem. Rep. of Congo; includes companies' comments

Car and technology companies source cobalt, which is used in powering electric vehicles and smartphones, from the Democratic Republic of Congo. A CNN investigation has revealed that children still work in some smaller mines, posing a challenge for the...

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Company non-response
9 May 2017

Dongfang Electric did not respond

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20 March 2017

Social and environmental impacts of mega coal power projects in Egypt

The Egyptian government appears to have taken steps to attract investments in coal-fuelled power plants, with some reports pointing to potential USD 10 billion foreign investments in projects that would generate around 6,000 MW. Despite the magnitude...

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19 March 2017

Egypt: Tractebel, Marubeni, General Electric and others reportedly involved in mega coal power plants

Author: Mohamed Farag (Daily News, Egypt)

Electricity Ministry contracts with Tractebel to assess offers for $10bn coal-fueled power plant, 25 January 2017...

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13 September 2016

Case studies of human rights allegations & positive steps by wind & hydropower projects

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25 November 2014

Report: "Going out, but going green?" Assessing the Implementation of China's Green Credit Guidelines overseas

Author: Friends of Earth & BankTrack

This study presents seven case studies of Chinese bank financing for overseas investments: China Development Bank’s financing of the Stanari coal project in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Golden Veroleum palm oil plantation in Liberia and APP in...

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18 June 2012

Ethiopia: Pastoralists Forced off Their Land for Sugar Plantations [includes video]

Author: Human Rights Watch

The Ethiopian government is forcibly displacing indigenous pastoral communities in Ethiopia’s Lower Omo valley without adequate consultation or compensation to make way for state-run sugar plantations, Human Rights Watch said in a report...[titled] ...

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Company non-response
15 June 2011

Dongfang Electric did not respond to: Gibe 3 Dam being built by Dongfang Electric will displace hundreds of thousands from farmland, threaten them with poverty & hunger, according to NGOs.

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15 June 2011

Gibe III dam projects in Kenya and Ethiopia, and company responses

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The NGOs International Rivers, Friends of Lake Turkana (based in Kenya) and Bank Track have raised concerns that the construction of the Gibe 3 Dam in Ethiopia will "ravage the fragile ecosystems of the Lower Omo Valley in Ethiopia and Lake Turkana in...

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