An Indian logger in Guyana – implications for REDD Norway MoU

An Indian logger in Guyana – implications for REDD Norway MoU – by Janette Bulkan

May 12 ,2012

I attach a 6-part series that ran in the Stabroek News newspaper of
Guyana from 16 April to 11 May, titled: ‘Through a glass, darkly – what’s wrong with an Indian coffee retailer exporting logs of prime furniture and flooring timber from Guyana instead of local processing for added value?’,  with a request that you re-post on your blog.

As I say in one of the pieces: ‘The lack of transparency of these two
deals is contrary to the call for transparency and improvement in
forest governance in the Norway-Guyana MoU signed in November 2009’.

Thank you.
Janette Bulkan

Here are the six articles –           

Click to download:  Bulkan – Vaitarna_VHPI_parts 1-6_S N_12May2012

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