Carbon violence and green denial: How Green Resources ignores the impacts of its industrial tree plantations on communities in Uganda

In 1996, Uganda’s National Forest Authority awarded a 50 year licence covering an area of land just over 9,000 hectares to a Norwegian company called Green Resources. Twenty years later, local communities are still feeling the impacts of the company’s industrial tree plantations.

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NGOs dissatisfied with Swedish Energy Agency response, once again call on the Agency to cancel carbon credit purchase from Green Resources’ monoculture plantations in Uganda

Green ResourcesGreen Resources is a Norwegian company that claims to be “Africa’s largest forestation company.” The company has established a total of 45,000 hectares of industrial plantations in Africa. It also generates carbon credits from its plantations.

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