This report examines the InterAmerican Development Bank’s (IDB) investments in fossil fuels over a 12-year time span, and finds that the the development bank is pushing fossil fuel financing similar to that of the World Bank, on a smaller scale. It also finds that the largest corporate beneficiaries of this finance are based in the U.S. It also explores the energy integration trend being pushed by the IDB, a trend that also favors the movement of goods from South to North, favoring corporate profits over human needs.
- Make Your Investments Fuel Change
- Forcing an Island of Peace to Host a Billion-Dollar Military Base
- Making Windmills out of Warplanes
- The Fight to Keep Toxic Mining—and the World Bank—Out of El Salvador
- Drilling Through the Noisy Climate Debate
- While We March for the Climate, Governments Meet with Polluters
- Darden’s Golden Goodbyes
- COMBAT VS. CLIMATE: The Military and Climate Security Budgets Compared
- Executive Excess 2014: The Obamacare Prescription for Bloated CEO Pay
- Walmart’s Executive Bonuses Cost Taxpayers Millions
- The One Percent at State U
- A Call for the Building of an Alternative Legal Framework to the International Investment Treaties: favoring the Public Interest while doing away with Transnational Corporate Impunity
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