On September 16, 2014 RepRisk issued a special report about how environmental, social and governance (ESG) impact indigenous communities around the world.
The report looks at six countries where indigenous communities have suffered due to industrial activity on their territory. The case studies are based on the RepRisk database which screens, identifies, analyzes and quantifies ESG risks. The case studies analyze the effects of hydropower in Brazil, tar sands in Canada, forestry in the Democratic Republic of Congo, mining in Guatemala, palm oil in Indonesia and transgenic crop production in Paraguay.”
You can read a brief summary of the special report and download the report on the special reports page of the media center on the RepRisk internet site.