Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

The withdrawal comes as House Republicans push a tax bill packed with corporate welfare for fossil fuel companies.
Like the other multilateral development banks, the Asian Development Bank has endorsed the Extractive Industries Transparency
Image source: Le Figaro To me, the moral of these stories is that Mauritania is what it is. Only two generations ago, most
As we celebrate the international day of the world's indigenous peoples, we must address how indigenous peoples are robbed of their right to sustainable development, now and in the future.
The evidence from the U.S. is telling: according to Zucman, since the 1950s the effective rate of corporate tax has decreased
A month ago, a prominent international initiative on transparency in the extractive sector gathered in Lima, Peru. This was
As concerns remain regarding the collapse of two further mining dams in Brazil, moving beyond "polluters pay" resolutions to more proactive, scalable, and cost-effective preventive mechanisms becomes fundamental for Latin America's extractive sector.
Ba Papa Amadou has played a leading role in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Mauritania for over eight years.
I recently spoke with Ba Aliou Coulibaly to learn more about Mauritania's fishy politics, the links between national and international corruption, and transparency in the fisheries sector.
Goodbye, Azerbajian. It would be dishonest to say that we Europeans will miss you; few people over here will even notice that you've left. But it's sad to see you leaving the family nonetheless.