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Here are a selection of reports written by partners in the Say No to Gas! Campaign, and others we believe provide intensive and honest information and analysis of the gas industry in Mozambique. Some give testimonies of affected communities, others detangle the complex economic and financial web the industry has created.

Oil or Development? A report by JA!

Results from a field study on the environmental and social impacts of oil exploration along Mozambique's northern Coast This report presents the results from field- based research on the environmental and social impacts of a shallow water marine seismic program which...

What I saw is death: Report by Amnesty International

War crimes in Mozambique's forgotten cape Cabo Delgado is the poorest province in Mozambique and has experienced decades of under-investment, government negligence and severe poverty. It has been further devastated by the gas industry which began appearing in 2017, at...

Banking on Climate chaos: Report by Banktrack

This report analyses fossil fuel financing from the world’s 60 largest commercial and investment banks and finds that these banks poured a total of $3.8 trillion into fossil fuels from 2016–2020. Fossil fuel financing dropped 9% last year, parallel to the global drop...

Five years lost: Report by Urgewald

This report details 12 alarming cases showing how governments and coal, oil and gas companies are planning massive increases in the amount of hydrocarbons dug out and sucked from the ground. There is no hope for staying under 1.5° if this explosion of fossil fuel...

IMF in Moz and Mongolia: Report by Recourse

The IMF is exacerbating the climate crisis with more tax breaks for coal and gas. This paper provides a summary of a review of IMF loan operations in Mozambique and Mongolia. The review aimed to identify climate change related economic policies and specific structural...

New Fossil gas terminals: Report by Lingo and Gastivists

Fossil gas is a dangerous fuel which destroys the climate and the environment wherever it gets extracted and used. This report summarizes some of the harms created by the fossil gas industry and looks at who actually pays the price for new fossil gas and fossil gas...

World bank development policy: Report by JA! And Recourse

This report asks the question: is the World Bank providing the Right Incentives for Low-Carbon Development in Mozambique? The climate crisis and climate goals require both the promotion of renewable energy and the significant reduction in fossil fuel usage. Given...

World Heritage forever: Report by Friends of the Earth US

How Banks Can Protect the World's Most Iconic Cultural and Natural Sites Eighty five percent of wetlands have disappeared, and critical tropical forests continue to burn . Humanity is pushing against the planet’s boundaries. But there are fewer and fewer places left...

REPORT: Locked out of a just transition

Fossil fuel financing in Africa New research published Milieudefensie, BankTrack, Oil Change International and 19 African partners reveals the billions of dollars in finance, the majority from European, Asian and North American financial institutions, that are putting...

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