Fibria

Headquarters in Brazil

Formed in 2009 by a merger between Aracruz Celulose and Votorantim Celulose e Papel (VCP).

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18 October 2017
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O Centro de Informações sobre Empresas e Direitos Humanos convidou a Fibria para responder sobre alegações de impactos sobioambientais que afetam comunidades tradicionais em Cassurubá, na Bahia, denúncias de perseguição e criminalização de lideranças...

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5 February 2015

Finnish pulp & paper firm Stora Enso publishes group-wide human rights impact assessments

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12 September 2013

[PDF] Global Capital, Local Concessions: A Data-Driven Examination of Land Tenure Risk and Industrial Concessions in Emerging Market Economies

Author: Rights and Resources Initiative

Using geospatial data from 12 emerging market economies (EMEs), this analysis attempts to guide investors in emerging markets by shedding light on a difficult problem: overlapping land claims that diminish the value and viability of industrial...

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28 June 2012

EJOLT on a forest field trip in Brazil

Author: Rikard Warlenius, EJOLT (Environmenal Justice Organisations, Liabilities and Trade)

…The plantation…extends for kilometres in both directions…[F]amilies belonging to the landless people’s movement, Movimiento Sem Terra (MST), occupied the area…The landowner – the joint venture Veracel owned by the giant forestry companies Aracruz and...

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1 September 2011

[DOC] Better Access to Remedy in Company-Community Conflicts in the field of CSR: A Model for Company-Based Grievance Mechanisms

Author: Cristina Cedillo, Institute for Environmental Security

The present research will contribute to the current literature on CSR and will propose a model for company-based mechanisms that can aspire to solving disputes in non-judicial, anticipated and CSR-conscious way. Hence, the mechanism should be designed...

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1 April 2009

Report urges companies in forest sector to take the lead in resolving conflicts with local people

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