Since March 2015 there have been continued protests in the South of Peru against the Tía María project, a copper mine in Moquegua Region. After… Read More »Protests against Tía María Copper mine (Peru): 5 people dead
FACING FINANCE keeps constant record of incidents on the involvement of investments in human rights violations, international law infringements or environmental devastations.
A report published by the Indonesian NGO Greenomics on May 6th 2015 shows the continued deforestation of an elephant habitat in Leuser (Indonesia) by a… Read More »Musim Mas and Wilmar International responsible for continued deforestation in Leuser Ecosystem
It is a precedent case: A Peruvian requests compensation by RWE for its contribution to melting glaciers in the Andes. The energy company releases the… Read More »Peruvian requests compensation for contribution to climate change by RWE
In a report recently published by MiningWatch Canada and the United Steelworkers, the Canadian embassy in Mexico is accused of misusing their diplomatic relations to… Read More »Canadian embassy accused of supporting corporate economic interests before human rights
Already at the beginning of 2014, workers of the textile company Cambo Kotop, a subsidiary of the Korean Hansoll Textile Ltd. in Cambodia (suppliers of… Read More »Garment workers in Phnom Penh still on strike
The Clean Clothes Campaign is committed to improving working conditions in the global garment industry. Their new campaign study “Can you earn a living wage… Read More »Garment industry: Poverty wages in Italy