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Investing in Unsustainable EU Fishing is Risky Business
Apr 17, 2015 | Madrid | Greenpeace International

Recent changes to EU fishing and seafood legislation means that the financing of fishing operations reliant on overexploited stocks, or the use of destructive or unselective methods will prove a high risk to investors, Greenpeace warned today.

The newly published Greenpeace briefing "Risky Business - Why Smart Investors Must Avoid… read more >> | share >>

Briefing to banks and potential investors on the ongoing risks and outstanding social conflicts in the palm oil agribusiness sector: Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) bond offering
Joint NGO statement
Apr 15, 2015 | Nijmegen

Credit Suisse, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC) and Mitsubishi UFJ Securities are acting for Golden Agri-Resources - part of the Sinar Mas Group - in a new bond offering worth up to USD 400 million, according to a Debtwire report last week.[i] The syndicate has begun meetings with credit investors this week in Hong Kong… read more >> | share >>

Victory for the climate and environment: French banks pledge not to finance mega coal projects in Australia's Galilee Basin
Apr 08, 2015 | Montreuil, France; Nijmegen, Netherlands | Les Amis de la Terre

Friends of the Earth France and its international partners today welcomed the commitment from the three top French banks - BNP Paribas, Crédit Agricole and Société Générale - that they will not participate in the financing of multi-billion dollar coal projects slated for development in the Galilee Basin in Australia (1). The NGOs… read more >> | share >>

Barclays cuts ties with mountaintop removal coal, says MTR will be "phased out" soon
Barclays was the world's top lender to mountaintop removal coal firms prior to announcing new policy
Apr 07, 2015 | Berkeley | Rainforest Action Network

Barclays PLC, the number one bankroller of mountaintop removal (MTR) coal mining worldwide in 2013, has announced it is ending its financial support to the controversial practice. Barclays ruled out future financing for mountaintop removal projects and companies, citing MTR's negative environmental and social impacts, as well as market forces. In its policy statement,… read more >> | share >>

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