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03. mai 2012
The Norwegian company Green Resource has acquired vast areas of land for tree planting projects in Uganda. The company may earn good money from selling carbon credits, but local residents are losing their gardens and grazing fields to the plantation.
Scancem, a former Aker RGI company, are initiating activities in Bangladesh. They are helped along by Norad (Norwegian Agency for Development Co-operation) and Norfund (Norwegian Investment Fund for Developing Countries), who own a 25% share in the company. The cement is sourced from the island paradise of Langkawi in Malaysia. Scancem are optimistic regarding their future in Bangladesh. Still, the question remains whether this is an appropriate allocation of Norwegian aid funds?