We must end corruption for a sustainable future

We are the first generation in history with the tools to detect, prevent and deter corruption. Transparency and open data can change the nature of the game. The ability to see where, what and how money is spent can help stop corruption.

Corruption, illegal logging and deforestation

Demand for deforested land for agriculture, housing and resource exploitation is unrelenting, causing an increase in deforestation. Forests are being degraded and removed at a current rate of 13 million hectares each year. The global illegal timber...

Safeguarding against corruption: The EU and REDD+

This week the global climate change negotiations are kicking off in Lima, Peru. The 196 countries which have signed up to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which includes the EU and all its Member States, will come together to...