Over the past decade, Chinese banks and companies have supported projects with serious environmental and social impacts. This must change, even more recognizing that China is increasingly committed to fighting climate change, protecting ecosystems, and sustainable infrastructure.
CLASII supports the protection of the environment and of local communities within the context of Chinese investments in Latin America and the Caribbean. To achieve this, we promote a quality implementation of the commitments of Chinese entities aimed at protecting the environment and the rights of local communities.
Workshop on Chinese Investments in Ecuador in Unión Base, Puyo-Ecuador.
Workshop “Defense of the rights of indigenous people and rivers of the Amazon in the face of Chinese megaprojects and investments: the case of the Amazon Waterway Project” Pucallpa-Peru.
Delivery of the first copy of the “Compilation of
Chinese Environmental and Social Guidelines for Operations Abroad” to the Department for International Cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia.
Authors: Kiara Guerra and Paulina Garzón In 1985, when China first ventured into distant water fishing, it had only 13…
Author: Emilia Hermosa The Ministry of Ecology and Environment of People’s Republic of China (MEE) published in their site a…