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REDD+: The role of global (e)NGO's

What are those global acting environmental and social campaigners are doing?

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2 Mar 2012

Corruption allegations hit WWF programmes in Tanzania

DAR ES SALAAM (AlertNet) –The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in Tanzania is embroiled in a corruption scandal over the alleged misappropriation of Norwegian aid aimed at helping civil society organisations build capacity, Norwegian and WWF officials said.

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Jan 24, 2012

Faust in the forests

There has been much controversy over the Harper government’s complaints about U.S. foundation-funded environmental “radicals.”

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December 13, 2011

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Calls for Facts Not Fiction about Forest Protection

Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP)

A collection of articles and other media in respect of environmental NGO criticism

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Panda Bashing: Reflections on NGO-Business Partnerships

NGO-Business partnerships have been getting a bad press lately.

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AUGUST 22, 2011

WWF “highly concerned” about Ta Ann corruption allegations

BASEL/GLAND, SWITZERLAND AUGUST 22, 2011 –/WORLD-WIRE/– WWF, the World Wide Fund for Nature, is “highly concerned ” about corruption allegations against the Malaysian Ta Ann Group, a member of the WWF’s Global Forest & Tra

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Greenpeace accused of shady fund raising

After releasing a report accusing pulp and paper companies of crimes against the environment, Greenpeace has faced mounting pressure from local and religious communities seeking its disbandment.

The Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) and the Indonesian Churches’ Commission (PGI) have said on separate occasions that the government should outlaw the international environmental organization’s office in Indonesia, alleging that the group’s operations have been funded by money from gambling in the Netherlands.

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25 July 2011

How WWF works with the logging companies

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25th July 2011

WWF-Holzhandelsprojekt erlaubt illegalen Holzeinschlag und Waldzerstörung und versagt bei der Verhinderung von Menschenrechtsverletzungen

Eine neue Untersuchung von Global Witness deckt auf, dass das Aushängeprojekt des WWF zur Förderung nachhaltiger Holzgewinnung – das sogenannte Global Forest and Trade Network (GFTN) – Unternehmen gestattet, aus den Vorteilen einer Zusammenarbeit mit WWF und seinem ikonischen Panda-Symbol zu prof


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