Project financing/loans

Get RSS feed of these results

Related stories and components

Article
29 November 2018

Commentary: Schism within the Green Climate Fund over how it will support developing countries in implementing their commitments under the Paris Agreement

Author: Liane Schalatek, Heinrich Boll Stiftung

“…The 21st Board meeting was widely considered as a “make-or-break” meeting for the GCF at a time when the initial resource mobilization (IRM) period of the GCF is drawing to a close and its financial future is at stake. It came just three months after...

Read more

Article
23 November 2018
+ Español - Hide

Author: Correo del sur

“Bolivia gana el arbitraje internacional a South American Silver de Canadá”- 22 de nov. de 18...

Read more

Story
19 November 2018

Finnfund invites comments on its draft Human Rights Statement; activist group responds

In preparation for publishing its Human Rights Statement, Finnish development finance fund, Finnfund, invited stakeholders to submit comments on its first draft. Activist specialist group Indigenous People and the Earth responded to Finnfund's call,...

See full story

Story
12 November 2018
+ Deutsch - Hide

Seit 2015 finanziert ein Konsortium europäischer Entwicklungsbanken, darunter die deutsche Entwicklungsbank DEG das Palmölunternehmen Plantations et Huileries du Congo (PHC), welches in der Demokratischen Republik Kongo 107.000 Hektar Land beansprucht....

See full story

Article
30 October 2018
+ Français - Hide

Author: Amis de la Terre

« Sables bitumineux : Crédit Agricole ne doit pas se rendre complice des violations des droits des peuples autochtones », 16 octobre 2018...

Read more

Report
17 July 2018

Full report

Author: Facing Finance...

Read more

Story
17 July 2018

Range of human rights abuses by extractive companies allegedly tied to European financial institutions: companies respond to Facing Finance report

"The global extractives industry is heavily involved in some of the worst labour, environmental and human rights violations. The rights of communities, farmers and indigenous people are being trampled in the push for ever more extraction. Indeed all b...

See full story

Company response
16 July 2018

Barclays response

"Barclays recognises that the bank’s major impacts tend to be indirect, via business relationships, arising from the provision of financial services to business customers operating in sensitive sectors. Appropriate risk management of environmental and...

Read full response

Article
16 July 2018

BNP Paribas response

"BNP Paribas is a global bank that finances all the sectors of the economy. The Group is a leader in financing oil & gas and other extractive industries. That's why, being committed to financing the economy in an ethical manner, we decided as soon...

Read more

Company response
16 July 2018

Credit Agricole response

“Crédit Agricole has published a Mining & Metal Policy, and expects its clients to develop good working practices and behavior to limit their Environmental & Social impacts in line with this Policy, to adhere to industry good practice...

Read full response