Our Publications

2020/06 – Food Security & COVID-19 in Sierra Leone

2020/01 – Green Scenery is anxious to see the Government of Sierra Leone put behind logging and log exporting as a means of revenue generation.

2020/03 – Open Letter to the VP on the Malen Dispute Technical Committee

2013/10 – Victimising the victims of land grabbing in malen chiefdom

2013/04 – Is our country part of the “wild west”? A moratorium on large-scale land leases for agriculture is urgently needed in Sierra Leone

2012/12 – Aggrieved landowners and land-users in Malen Chiefdom, Pujehun, call on Human Rights Commission to intervene against human rights violations by Paramount Chief and chiefdom authorities in Socfin operation area

2012/10 – Hunger, Food Security and Large Scale Land Leases For Industrial Agriculture Must Be On The Political Agenda Of All Political Parties For The 2012 Election

2012/06 – Land Owner Protests against Socfin’s Operation as Police Intimidation Continues

2011/10 – Early Warning: Growing tension in Malen Chiefdom. Police arrested protesters against large scale land deal. Stakeholders should get onto the negotiation table

2011/06 – Green Scenery Launches Oakland Institute Country Report Sierra Leone: Study Reveals Serious Problems With Large Land Deals And Agricultural Investment In The Country

2011/05 The Socfin Land Deal Missing Out On Best Practices

2011/04 Green Scenery Frowns on The African Minerals Agreement

2008/04 – governemnt’s loose position on recommendation six of the jenkins johnston commission of inquiry is not enough. we call for a much stronger government position.

2008/03 – Political intolerance and disrespect for legitimate authority is untenable and a recipe for violent conflict

2007/12 – Environmental scarcity will lead to violent conflict. the Koidu violence is typical

2004/02 – koidu holding’s environmental impact assessment