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Mozambique: Livaningo, National Peasants Union, Justiça Ambiental & World Rainforest Movement accuse Green Resources Mozambique of land grabbing; it includes comments from the company

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Green Resources Mozambique to respond to allegations of involvement in human rights abuses related to land conflicts in Mozambique. Livaningo, UNAC (National Peasants Union) and Justiça Ambiental/Friends of the Earth Mozambique wrote a report on the impacts of pine and eucalyptus plantations on communities in three provinces in Mozambique. The report accuses the Norwegian company Green Resources of land grabbing, as well as abusing the right to food and impacting the livelihood of communities. The company responded.

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