Bankrolling Climate Change: Why it is time to end Hermes flights of fancy
While the threat of climate change and the urgent need for action become ever clearer, air transport and other polluting industries are expanding on a massive scale. Supposed green pioneers such as Germany are supporting the trade...
Exporting Destruction. Export credits, illegal logging and deforestation
Exporting Destruction is the conclusion of research that included fieldwork in China, desk
studies, and a new financial review, all commissioned to shine a light on the role that export
credit agencies (ECAs) play in financing global deforestation. Through detailed case studies
and historical research, FERN has been able to produce a set of policy recommendations that
would, if implemented effectively, bring export credits in line with other publicly-funded institutions and reduce their potential for negative social and environmental impacts.
Accessing environmental information in and from the European Community. A practical guide to your right to know.
This new report explains how the Aarhus Convention on access to environmental information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters is going to increase transparency, public...
Why Investment Matters: The Political Economy of International Investments
Investment is not just a blandly apolitical process by which money is mysteriously made to grow, but a process in which companies and governments define and redistribute access to assets, determining who accumulates wealth and at whose expense. This book, by Kavaljit Singh, aims to educate us how investment works, who the main players are and what trends are emerging.