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“This synthesis report emerged from work led by the Landscapes for Peo­ple, Food and Nature (LPFN) initia­tive, an international coalition of leading conservation and develop­ment organizations...
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“The country’s rapid opening to the outside world has led to a surge in tourism that has exposed the severe shortage of quality accommodation. The government has moved aggressively by...
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“Asia has more than 200 million indigenous people who have maintained their lands, territories and resources sustainably for centuries.  Land grabbing in the name of ‘development...
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Press Release Jan Satyagraha – March for Justice follow up and negotiations (India) (April 16th, 2013) After the six month deadline expired from the date of the Ten-Point Agreement...
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“Palm oil developments have had a positive impact on the incomes and living standards of nearly all involved. Oil palm plantations have high labour requirements and show high return to labour....
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“Dear Chief Minister Taib,  in an interview with the Let’s Talk programme on The Malaysian Observer, you challenged Global Witness to a debate on the allegations of corruption, land...
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“Aurora’s governor says the development of a Pacific eco zone will bring benefits to this poor region of the Philippines. But locals wonder how long construction jobs will last, and what...
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“This video shows how a Food World Order is being created and a global land grab is happening in Africa and India.” Watch the video here.
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“The province of Aceh in Sumatra is currently drawing up its spatial plan. In the current version, an area of 1.2 million hectares of forest would be converted to mining, logging and oil palm...
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“This video, produced by the UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative (PEI), includes interviews with individuals from various NGOs, including FPP and Sawit Watch, during the Public Forum on...
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