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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

Thank you,
Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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29 April 2020

Latin America: killings and violence against environmental defenders continue during Covid-19 pandemic

Author: Andrés Bermúdez Liévano, Open Democracy

“COVID-19 crisis: Attacks on environmental defenders continue in Latin America”, 29 April 2020 ...

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30 March 2020

Uganda: Locals negatively impacted by Total oil exploration fear abuses will worsen during production; includes company's comment

Author: Cyril Belaud, AFP

"Delays and shattered hopes: Uganda still waiting for oil riches"...

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8 March 2020

Indonesia: South Korean company, Posco Intl, adopts no deforestation policy; vows to compensate indigenous communities

Author: Hans Nicholas Jong, Mongabay

"South Korea's POSCO vows zero deforestation in Papua palm oil operation," 05 March 2020...

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Article
25 February 2020

Great Australian Bight: Equinor abandons controversial oil drilling plans

Author: BBC

Oil giant Equinor has abandoned controversial plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight in a move hailed by environmentalists as a "huge win"....

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Article
25 February 2020

‘Nail in the Coffin’: Era of Big Oil Sands Mines May Be Over

Author: Kevin Orland and Robert Tuttle, Bloomberg

24 Feb 2020...

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Article
23 February 2020

Teck drops C$20.6 billion oil sands Frontier project, to take writedown

Author: Reuters

Canadian miner Teck Resources Ltd has withdrawn an application to build its C$20.6 billion ($15.7 billion) Frontier oil sands mine in Alberta, days before the federal government was to decide on whether to approve a project opposed by environmentalists...

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23 February 2020

Teck Resources pulls Frontier oilsands mine project, blaming divisive debate over climate change

Author: Kevin Orland, Financial Post

The company will write down the Frontier project’s $1.13 billion carrying value... Rejecting the mine would have sparked widespread anger in Alberta, where the mine would have provided jobs and investment; approving it would have alienated the Liberal...

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Company response
10 February 2020

Response from ExxonMobil

Author: ExxonMobil

ExxonMobil is committed to the highest standards of business conduct, and we follow all local laws and regulations wherever we operate. The terms of the contracts in Guyana are competitive with other agreements signed in countries at a similar resou...

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Article
17 January 2019

Kenya: How land rights & environmental concerns are slowing completion of energy projects

Author: Amenya Ochieng, Kenya News Agency

"The ‘Pains And Gains’ Of Lamu’s Mega Projects"...

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2 October 2017

Guatemala: Community suffering impacts of pollution & deforestation continues to resist palm oil expansion

Author: Nazaret Castro, Equal Times (Belgium)

“Ecocide and modern slavery in the land of the Maya: the impact of oil palm cultivation in Guatemala”, 26 Sep 17...

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