The Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB): Global leader in infrastructure finance at what cost? The AIIB’s Approach to Transparency and Public Access to Information

The climate emergency and the alarming loss of the planet’s biodiversity are closely related to ill-conceived large scale infrastructure projects. These include power plants that generate greenhouse gas emissions for decades to come, large hydro dams, mining projects and export corridors that slice through the world’s remaining surviving wild areas and intact forests. In addition… Continue reading The Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB): Global leader in infrastructure finance at what cost? The AIIB’s Approach to Transparency and Public Access to Information

Reaction to EU Parliament Resolution on forced labour in Serbia’s Linglong tyre factory and environmental protests in Serbia

Brussels, 16 December 2021: Reacting to the passing of an EU Parliament vote on an urgent resolution on forced Vietnamese labour in Serbia’s Linglong tyre factory, and environmental protests in Serbia [1], Wawa Wang, program director of Just Finance International, said: “The overwhelming majority of Members of the European Parliament today recognised there is a… Continue reading Reaction to EU Parliament Resolution on forced labour in Serbia’s Linglong tyre factory and environmental protests in Serbia

UN raises human rights concerns for Beijing-based AIIB’s standalone Mandalika project in Indonesia

UN human rights experts raise serious concerns about a large-scale tourism project in Mandalika, Indonesia. “Where is accountability?” ask project affected communities in an article published by BenarNews. Wawa Wang, Just Finance’s program director, points to gaps in the funder Asia Infrastructure Investments Bank (AIIB)’s environmental and social framework system as partly to blame for… Continue reading UN raises human rights concerns for Beijing-based AIIB’s standalone Mandalika project in Indonesia

Syv internationale NGO’er dumper AIIB’s nye forslag til krav om sociale- og miljømæssige vurderinger

VedvarendeEnergi har sammen med seks andre internationale organisationer indsendt en kommentar til AIIB’s nye krav om sociale og miljømæssige vurderinger i forbindelse med investeringer i energiprojekter. Gennemsigtighed i projektprocessen er stadig et stort problem, især for udsatte grupper i samfundet. nvesteringsprojekter kan være problematiske – især hvis ikke påvirkede grupper har mulighed for at påvirke… Continue reading Syv internationale NGO’er dumper AIIB’s nye forslag til krav om sociale- og miljømæssige vurderinger