The Guardian: "World Bank spending on forests fails to curb poverty, auditors claim"

The Guardian: "World Bank spending on forests fails to curb poverty, auditors claim"

Report by World Bank's own evaluators say its investments support logging and do little to help rural poor people.

The World Bank's $4.1bn (£2.6bn) investments in forestry over the past 10 years have done little to reduce poverty, improve conservation, tackle climate change or benefit local communities in developing countries, a study by its own inspectors has found...Click here to read the full article from The Guardian