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Article
1 June 2007

[PDF] Lapindo Brantas shirking its responsibility for damage caused by the mud volcano in Sidoarjo, Indonesia - Major international banks involved in financing catastrophic mud volcano

Author: Friends of the Earth International

On May 29 2006, a mud volcano started gushing from the ground less than 200m from the Banjar Panji I gas exploration well...and has not stopped since... 3,500 families have been forced from their homes, 11 villages submerged... It has devastated the...

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Article
13 April 2006
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Author: Sébastien Godinot, Amis de la Terre

Dans le cadre de leur campagne « Banques françaises : épargnez le climat ! », les Amis de la Terre félicitent le groupe Crédit Agricole qui a lancé au niveau national une nouvelle offre en faveur de l’environnement. Il suit ainsi l’exemple donné par le...

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Article
6 March 2006
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Author: Amis de la Terre

Un nouveau rapport des Amis de la Terre rendu public aujourd'hui met en évidence l'absence de politique environnementale digne de ce nom dans les huit plus grandes banques françaises... Quatre éléments majeurs se dégagent :...

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1 December 2005
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Author: Amis de la Terre

Particulièrement discrètes sur leurs impacts sociaux et environnementaux, les banques françaises sont parmi les plus puissantes du monde, en particulier...[le] Crédit Agricole-Crédit Lyonnais (LCL), BNP-Paribas et la Société Générale. Malgré des...

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Company response
12 October 2005

Response by Natixis (part of Groupe Banque Populaire): Global Witness report & Financial Times article raise concerns that loan to Angola's state oil company Sonangol will perpetuate corruption & poverty.

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