Four environmental watchdogs allege that Paper Excellence and Asia Pulp & Paper used shell companies to conceal corporate control by the same Indonesian tycoons accused of clearing more than 2 million hectares of Indonesian rainforest.
Executives and investors profiting from four corporate polluters around the world used offshore companies to multiply their riches and avoid scrutiny, Pandora Papers show.
Leaked records show Bernard de Laguiche stashed Solvay shares in offshore accounts as the company faced water contamination claims in Italy and the US.
The deal has been praised as a historic step in ending the ‘race-to-the-bottom’ between tax havens, but will need international backing to move forward.
In her new book, reporter Marian Wilkinson uncovers the network of politicians, business leaders and others who have wielded huge influence over Australia’s climate policy for more than two decades.
A new book explores a multibillion-dollar money laundering conspiracy by gold traders and the human side of the illegal mining economy.
Governments and international bodies seek to fill massive deficits as billionaires and multinational corporations have seen their wealth grow during the ongoing pandemic.
As scrutiny by scientists and consumers grows on chemicals polluting our soil, water and air, experts are asking: why shouldn’t manufacturers bear the costs of managing it to prevent damage to health and the environment?
APRIL may have misclassified exports to reduce its tax bill in Indonesia, a new report by the Tax Justice Forum says.
As the coronavirus sweeps across the world, a new study offers signs of a breakthrough in stopping another deadly epidemic.
A mysterious disease that has killed thousands of laborers in the tropics could be a sign of the growing health threat posed by climate change.
The World Bank has vowed to be a leader in the global fight against climate change, but it continues to favor fossil fuels over renewable energy when it comes to lending.
A fishing community, who believe their livelihoods were damaged by pollution from an IFC-supported coal power plant, is attempting to sue the World Bank's finance arm in the U.S.
The decision ends the World Bank's support for coal worldwide, but also leaves villagers unsure of their fate as the Kosovo government vows to push ahead with the power plant.
Madagascar shrimp magnate has used a web of offshore companies to shuffle millions of dollars around in what experts say could be “tax avoidance 101”.
ICIJ member Omaya Sosa Pascual and her team helped reveal Puerto Rico's true death toll in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Now, she shares lessons on covering similar tragedies.
Tax havens – and the financial secrecy they provide – may bolster industries tied to Amazon deforestation and the unsustainable management of natural resources, a new study has found.
Investigative reporters in Peru and Colombia used drones as part of their cross-border collaboration to unearth the truth about water use in the area.
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.