Mozambique: Livaningo, National Peasants Union & Justiça Ambiental launch report accusing Green Resources Mozambique of land grabbing
"The advance of forest plantations on the farmers territories in the Nacala corridor: the case of Green Resources Mozambique/Bulletin Issue 230 – April / May 2017", 15 May 15, 2017
Based on evidence from a field investigation, this publication provides a detailed overview of the impacts of pine and eucalyptus plantations on communities in three provinces in Mozambique. The report focuses on one of the main companies active in Mozambique and in Southern and Eastern Africa: the Norwegian company Green Resources. Over the past years, this company has grabbed about 265,000 hectares of lands in Mozambique only, dispossessing communities from lands they depend on for their livelihoods. The report, available in English and Portuguese, was launched in 2016 by the Mozambican organisations Livaningo, UNAC (National Peasants Union) and Justiça Ambiental/Friends of the Earth Mozambique, and written by Lexterra.