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AUDIO "L'Afrique est la nouvelle frontière pour le développement du palmier à huile"

Pour des raisons environnementales, les grands producteurs asiatiques d’huile de palme ne peuvent plus étendre avec autant de liberté leurs plantations en Malaisie et en Indonésie, qui fournissent les quatre cinquièmes de la production mondiale.

Palm oil giants target Africa in 'land grab' following Indonesia deforestation ban

Indonesia’s move to bring in a two-year moratorium on new palm oil plantations to protect its remaining rainforests has seen agribusiness giants like Sime Darby switch expansion plans to Cameroon, Ghana and Liberia

Oil palm in Africa: Past, Present And Future Scenarios

Given the planned expansion of industrial oil palm plantations in Africa and their resulting social and environmental impacts, WRM has put together information on 23 countries identified as being part of palm oil production in Africa.

Oil palm in Africa: Past, Present And Future Scenarios

Given the planned expansion of industrial oil palm plantations in Africa and their resulting social and environmental impacts, WRM has put together information on 23 countries identified as being part of palm oil production in Africa.

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CATALYZING THE SOCIO-LEGAL SPACE FOR ARMED CONFLICT IN lIBERIA

CATALYZING THE SOCIO-LEGAL
SPACE FOR ARMED CONFLICT:
LAND AND LEGAL PLURALISM IN
PRE-WAR LIBERIA

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Land rights in postwar Liberia: The volatile part of the peace process

Land rights in postwar Liberia: The volatile
part of the peace process. Land Use Policy 26 (2009) 425–433

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Territorial Tensions: Rainforest Conservation, Postconflict Recovery, and Land Tenure in Liberia

Territorial Tensions: Rainforest Conservation, Postconflict Recovery, and
Land Tenure in Liberia
Leif Brottem a; Jon Unruh b
a Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin, Madison b Department of Geography, McGill
 University,

Palm Oil Fuels Land Grabs in Africa

The oil palm nursery occupies several hectares of newly cleared forest and fallow land in Sierra Leone. The nursery manager says that by 2012 he’ll have 540,000 oil palm seedlings here, enough to plant over 3,000 hectares. By 2017, the plan is to establish oil palm over 40,000 hectares that have been leased by a foreign investor for 45 years, with a possible extension of 21 more.

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