This report was prepared by Douglas Ian Scott under the Trott Internship for Conservation International(CI). Special thanks go to: The CI Africa team, the Beijing Axis group, as well as friends and colleagues inAngola, Zimbabwe, Liberia, Madagascar, Johannesburg and Pretoria for all their assistance and advice.Particular thanks is given to Rowena Smuts (Mining Engagement Advisor at CI) based in the Cape Townoffice who conceptualised the project and supervised the research, Benoit Kisuki
, Sean Gilbert
, Kathryn Sturman and Chris Alden
, Sanusha Naidu
, Yoon Jang Park
, Johanna Jansson, LucyCorkin
, and Peta Thornycraft. The Trott Family Foundation for kindly funding the research and CI forproviding the opportunity to conduct this research.Sean Gilbert and Chris Alden are both thanked for their comments provided on the draft report.All country maps displaying areas of environmental concern were compiled using the IntegratedBiodiversity and Assessment Tool (IBAT).
Conservation International Country Director for the DRC
China Director at the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
Senior Information Management Adviser at BirdLife International and Conservation International; IBAT project.
Dr Kathryn Sturman and Dr Chris Alden are Project and Programme Heads respectively at the South AfricanInstitute of International Affairs (SAIIA). Particular thanks are given to Dr Chris Alden for reviewing this report.
Former Director of the Emerging Powers project at Fahamu now at the Human Sciences Research Council
Formerly of the University of Johannesburg, Senior Researcher in the Centre for Sociological Research
School of Oriental and African Studies, PhD candidate
IBAT, retrieved: 3 March 2011, https://www.ibatforbusiness.org