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Friends of the Earth Australia calls for transparency on climate aid and recognition of customary land rights in Indonesia

Friends of the Earth Australia has called on the Australian government to initiate an open review of its failed experiment in climate aid in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, citing a lack of transparency and a lack of effective engagement with issues surrounding customary forest rights as key failings of the government’s approach.

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All about Sime Darby in Liberia

Malaysia-based Sime Darby, one of the world's largest producers of palm oil, is developing oil palm plantations in Liberia, swallowing up farmlands and forests used by local communities to sustain their livelihoods. Affected communities have organised to demand that their rights be recognised by the company and its international shareholders

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European investments assist land grabs in Liberia

European investments assist land grabs in Liberia

BRUSSELS (BELGIUM) / MONROVIA (LIBERIA), June 24, 2013 - European banks, pension funds and private equity funds have given financial assistance worth more than €450 million to Malaysian palm oil giant Sime Darby, responsible for environmental degradation and violations of national regulations in Liberia.

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