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Wreckers of the Earth: a map of ecocidal capitalism in London

OCTOBER 2021 NOTE: This version of the directory is now out

The Wreckers of the Earth: London company directory

OCTOBER 2021 NOTE: This version of the directory is now out

Work with us: Corporate Watch is looking for contributors

PLEASE NOTE (Update 19 December 2019): we’ve received dozens of great

Save Greek Seas: fighting the oil companies’ plans to devastate the Mediterranean

If governments and corporations get their way, the bright blue seas

Energean: Israel-backed Greek oil company hungry for Mediterranean gas

In Greece, as the economy returns to “business as usual” after

A life costs £10,000: how G4S’ Brook House detention contract works

In 2017, security company G4S was in the headlines again after

Delancey: tax-haven Tories devouring neighbourhoods

Delancey is a property developer involved in some of London’s highest

Elephant & Castle shopping centre: the battle at London’s gentrification “ground zero”

The Elephant and Castle has been called London’s gentrification “ground zero”.

Immigration raids: how direct action got UK’s ICE squads on the run

Immigration raids on people’s workplaces are one of the UK government’s

Calais: after the Jungle – an interview with Calais Migrant Solidarity, June 2019

In 2016, the northern French port town of Calais was all

Calais: border profiteers update June 2019

Calais’ mayor has being trying to rebrand the town as a

Tidemill update: the trees come down, the battle for Deptford continues

[responsivevoice_button] Corporate Watch has been glad to support Deptford people fighting

Who’s gentrifying Deptford? Identifying the profiteers, making strategies

[responsivevoice_button] On Saturday 23 February Corporate Watch ran a meeting called

Who’s gentrifying Deptford? 15 development schemes and the investors behind them

[responsivevoice_button] In the meeting with the Tidemill campaign, we started to

Who’s gentrifying Deptford? public meeting with the Tidemill Campaign this Saturday

[responsivevoice_button] Councillors, Housing Associations, Property Developers, Investors … who are the companies and individuals pushing the gentrification