The latest dive into the Paradise Papers by U.S. reporters has discovered nonprofits making contradictory investments.
How lawyers and big banks help one of Asia’s largest paper companies expand despite poor environmental record and social conflicts.
In the disappearing rainforests of Indonesia, a 9-year-old boy and his family cope with the trauma of eviction.
A new World Bank survey has surprised experts by showing strong public support for the extractive industries in resource-rich nations, but its methodology has come under question.
Facing political opposition and questions about scientific evidence, Sri Lanka has placed on hold its ban on top-selling Monsanto herbicide.
Sovereign funds set up to help stabilize national economies going through resource booms could instead fall into the hands of corrupt officials, according to a new report.
An alarming new report from a UN agency has again warned about the dangers of burning carbon-based fuels; but this time, it’s not coming from the environmentalists.
Sri Lanka orders ban on glyphosate, an active ingredient in Roundup, citing kidney disease outbreak; Monsanto said the evidence is unproven.
In a reversal of its position two years ago, the Pan American Health Organization formally recognized a mysterious form of kidney disease as a major public health threat and pledged $1.7 million to combat it.