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briefings: exposing the corporate capture of UN institutions

by PhilLee — last modified Jan 11, 2012 04:09 PM

As part of our corporate capture campaign we're producing a series of case studies which aim to help open a window into the complex and largely hidden world of corporate pressure exerted over national and international climate and environmental policy including carbon trading.

The corporate and elite capture of decision-making at the national level is a key factor underpinning governments’ failure to deliver economic transformation at the scale and speed needed to prevent the Earth’s climate from deteriorating further and avoiding even more dangerous climate tipping points.

 

Find out more by reading our reports on South Africa energy giant Sasol, Brazilian mining company Vale and the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA).

 

Read the reports

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