10 years ago, hurricane Ivan hit the Caribbean and the south coast of the USA with windspeeds of over 260 kilometers per hour, the storm… Read More »Taylor Energy: Leak in Gulf Mexico not repaired after 10 years
FACING FINANCE keeps constant record of incidents on the involvement of investments in human rights violations, international law infringements or environmental devastations.
San Leon Energy is an oil and gas company headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. They are Europe’s largest unconventional oil and gas company, unconventional oil and… Read More »San Leon Energy: Excluded by Norwegian Government Pension Fund
Fyffes PLC is an Irish company, headquartered in Dublin, engaged in the production, procurement, shipping, ripening, distribution, and marketing of fruits including bananas, pineapples, and… Read More »Fyffes PLC: Labour violations and Union member intimidation in Costa Rica and Honduras.
After the disastrous spill in Brazil, 13 deaths have been confirmed, with more still missing. BHP Billiton and Vale are now likely to have to pay 4.9… Read More »Update: environmental catastrophe Brazil
In February 2015, Glencore´s joint venture with Dan Gertler´s Fleurette Group, Mutanda Mining, acquired a further concession for copper and cobalt mining in the Democratic… Read More »Glencore: Another opaque mining deal in DRC
While the UN prepares for a new climate agreement in Paris and the G7 nations make the first clear steps towards climate change mitigation, Glencore has been… Read More »Glencore and climate change: increasing coal investments
Glencore Energy UK Ltd. has been accused of illegal oil bunkering in Nigeria. The Nigerian Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) brought three companies and… Read More »Glencore Energy UK: Accused of illegal oil bunkering in Nigeria