9 November 2011 - Shell must commit to pay an initial US$1 billion to begin the clean-up of pollution caused by oil spills in the Niger Delta, Amnesty International and the Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development (CEHRD) said today.
07/10/2011 - Participants at a two-day High-Level Forum on Foreign Direct Investments in Land in Africa resolved to promote land-based investment models that increase agricultural productivity and maximize opportunities for Africa’s farmers.
During the UN Security Council debate of 20 July 2011, the Council unanimously expressed concern about the possible impacts of climate change on peace and security. This lively debate with a record participation clearly underlined the need for climate protection and early action to address the security implications of climate change.
Forests for food security and livelihood sustainability: Policy problems and opportunities for small farmers in Nepal. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 35 (1): 86-115.
Counting the Cost: Corporations and Human Right Abuses in the Niger Delta. London: Platform London.
Community managed forests and forest protected areas. An assessment of their conservation effectiveness across the tropics. In: Forest Ecology and Management.
Practice note 3: Foreign Direct Investment in conflict-affected contexts. Strengthening the economic dimensions of peacebuilding. Practice Note Series. International Alert.