From Global Witness: Bill Oddy tracks the most destructive species on earth – bankers.
Bill Oddie’s BankWatch
Published on May 13, 2013
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The UK’s biggest bank has so far made around £100 million by providing loans and services to some of the most destructive logging companies in the world, often in violation of its own policies.
Please sign the public petition to HSBC CEO Stuart Gulliver calling for the bank to stop profiting from the disappearing rainforests of Borneo. We can stop this.
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‘Our future is in our own hands. The powers-that-be have got it horribly wrong and we cannot afford to leave our affairs and our children’s lives in their hands.’ Colin Tudge It may be that like the editorial writer in …
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Tagged Agrobusiness, Colin Tudge, deforestation, Downing Street, food production, Hunger Summit, land grabs, malnutrition, smallholders, UNEP |