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MAB vs. Usina Canabrava

Descripción del caso

Fecha archivada 3 May 2004
Estado actual Rechazado
Asunto Construction sector in Brazil
Resumen del caso In May 2004 the Brazilian NCP received a request for review from the NGO Movement of People Affected by Dams (MAB) alleging that Usina Canabrava had breached the environment provisions of the Guidelines through its construction of a dam and displacement of local populations.
Evolución/Resultado Upon reviewing the specific instance in 2012, the NCP determined that there were two complications with this specific intance:
MAB had never officially requested a review of the company's activities; and
Usina Canabrava is not a multinational enterprise and therefore its activities do not fall within the scope of the Guidelines.

The NCP contacted MAB asking if they had further information but the NGO did not. Considering the time lapse from the original notification and the lack of information available to the NCP, it concluded that the specific instance did not merit further consideration.
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Palabras claves del caso Medio Ambiente

Información PNC

Nombre PNC National Contact Point Brazil
Dirección PNC Sector da Autarquias Sul Quadra 03 70079 - 900 Brasilia DF, Brazil
Sito web del PNC http://www.fazenda.gov.br/multinacionaispcn/
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Información de la empresa

Empresa responsable Usina Canabrava
Dirección de la empresa
Sito web de la empresa
Empresa en violación Usina Canabrava
Pais de operaciones Brasil
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Cronología del desarollo

Fecha Actor Acción Descripción Documento
1 January 2012 National Contact Point Brazil desestimar Upon reviewing the specific instance in 2012, the NCP determined that there were two complications with this specific intance: MAB had never officially requested a review of the company's activities; and Usina Canabrava is not a multinational enterprise and therefore its activities do not fall within the scope of the Guidelines. The NCP contacted MAB asking if they had further information but the NGO did not. Considering the time lapse from the original notification and the lack of information available to the NCP, it concluded that the specific instance did not merit further consideration.  

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