Greenpeace

A development fairytale or a global land rush?

The land rush unleashed around the world to own and exploit Earth’s natural bounty is not only fierce and unfair, but increasingly fatal, with lands, homes and forests bulldozed and cleared for foreign investors.

Africa's false dilemma

"It seems incongruous that Herakles Farms claims it is trying to improve the lives of local people but then there is scarcely any consultation with those same people over what is to be done with the land they depend on for their livelihoods, nor any serious acknowledgment of the risks posed to local environments and the global climate," writes Kumi Naidoo

L'huile de palme, nouvel eldorado pour l'Afrique ?

Greenpeace et Oakland Institute publient deux rapports dénonçant les conditions dans lesquelles se font des investissements dans la production d'huile de palme en Afrique, critiquant en particulier le projet de la société américaine Herakles.

Up for grabs

A massive land grab has occurred in Papua New Guinea under the auspices of the Special Agricultural and Business Leases scheme, and the impact on communities across the country has been devastating. Greenpeace has produced a new report that details the extent of the damage.