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29 October 2009

Green Resources - HRIA Sample [Tanzania]

Author: NomoGaia

Green Resources Tanzania operations are centered in…a low-population area characterized by rolling hills and infertile grasslands. Farmers in this area were initially pleased to have the opportunity for employment at the Norwegian-owned tree farms....

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29 October 2009

Tanzania: "Human Rights Impact Assessment Draft" of Green Resources tree farms, by Nomogaia Foundation

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29 October 2009

[PDF] Green Resources Human Rights Impact Assessment

Author: Kendyl Salcito, Mark Wielga & Elizabeth Wise, NomoGaia

Green Resources has operated for over a decade now in Iringa Region…The Company is recognized as one of the more generous corporations in Mufindi District, but its reputation is less sterling in Kilombero District…Negative perceptions of the Company...

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18 April 2012

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

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18 April 2012

[PDF] The CDM in Africa Cannot Deliver the Money - Why the carbon trading gamble and ‘Clean Development Mechanism’ won’t save the planet from climate change, and how African civil society is resisting

Author: University of KwaZulu Natal Centre for Civil Society (So. Africa) & Dartmouth College Climate Justice Research Project (USA)

[Responses by Sasol, Green Resources, Salini Costruttori, ENI below. Business and Human Rights Resource Centre also invited ConocoPhillips, NNPC, Cimpor to respond; they did not. Shell declined to respond.]

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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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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

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29 September 2015

Report says large-scale agricultural investments threaten right to food of small-scale farmers in Tanzania’s Southern Highlands; includes companies’ comments

A new report by Misereor says large-scale agricultural investments threaten the right to food of the local small-scale farmers. The report includes response by Olam International & New Forests Company. Business & Human Rights Resource Centre...

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Company non-response
18 November 2015

Green Resources did not respond

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Report
26 January 2017

Green Resources Human Rights Impact Assessment: Proposed CHP plant & transition into harvesting at Uchindile forest

Author: NomoGaia

"Green Resources Human Rights Impact Assessment", October 2009...

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