90 Civil Society Groups Call on China to Protect Biodiversity in its Overseas Investments

On December 15, 2022, 90 civil society groups from Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the world called on Chinese authorities and actors to protect biodiversity and people in its overseas investments. As China is chairing the 15th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP) currently underway this month, civil society […]

New Guide to Researching and Holding Chinese Corporations Accountable

Inclusive Development International today published our newest resource for corporate accountability advocates, How to Hold Chinese Corporations Accountable. Part of our larger Following the Money to Justice toolkit, the new resource provides in-depth guidance for researching and holding Chinese corporations accountable for the impacts of their overseas investment projects.  The guide is tailored for advocates […]

265 Civil Society Groups Call on Chinese Authorities to Ensure that Covid-19 Financial Relief Does Not Bail Out Harmful Projects

Today, Inclusive Development International joined 265 civil society groups around the world in calling upon the Chinese government to ensure that COVID-19 related financial relief for struggling Belt and Road projects flows only to high quality overseas investments that meet stringent criteria aimed at protecting people and safeguarding the environment. The organizations urged China to […]

East African oil pipeline would cause more emissions than Denmark | China Dialogue

Chinese lenders should pull out of the risky Uganda–Tanzania oil project and invest in renewables instead, argues Erik Myxter-lino. Since 2017, China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) has been working with oil majors Total and Tullow to exploit untouched oil in western Uganda. Yet the project is stuck in limbo. The stoppage is a chance […]