Conservation International’s blue carbon project in Colombia is a dangerous distraction from the urgent need to stop extractivism and to leave fossil fuels in the ground.
Asia Beijing Corporation is cold calling victims of Renwick Haddow’s scam, Bar Works. Asia Beijing Corporation claims to be able to “exchange the toxic asset” for shares in Ant Financial Services Group. Of course, Asia Beijing Corporation is running a ridiculously obvious recovery room scam.
G2G Investments Ltd is “an independent brokerage specialising in offering investment opportunities in gold, silver, and other alternative investments to private clients seeking to hold wealth in capital assured tangible assets”. At least that’s what it says on the company’s website.
Norway has transferred US$80 million to the Inter-American Development Bank as part of the Norway-Guyana US$250 million REDD deal. Perhaps surprisingly, if Guyana spends the money it will involve the destruction of a large area of rainforest.
Over the past two weeks, a series of articles has appeared in the Kaieteur News about Chinese logging company Bai Shan Lin’s operations in Guyana. The articles accuse Bai Shan Lin of operating illegally. The Guyana Forestry Commission responds that “there is no circumventing of Guyana’s logging laws by Bai Shan Lin”.