The China Files
2 June

Hops from China drenched in coercive labour, also at Heineken’s partner

Siem Eikelenboom, Annebelle de Bruijn & Dorine Booij
The EU Files
31 May

Big Pharma lobby dons charity disguise in Brussels

Salsabil Fayed, Daniël van Kessel, Lise Witteman & Ada Homolová
The EU Files
26 May

Europe's leaders wipe out their tracks by deleting e-mails and text messages

Peter Teffer
20 May

North Sea clean up of rotten infrastructure costs billions (but no one wants to pay)

Birte Schohaus, Margaux Tjoeng, Dimitri Tokmetzis & Leon de Korte
18 May

After the South Pole controversy, Zimbabwe steps in with a plan to regulate CO2 trade

Ties Gijzel
The EU Files
18 May

The US is major funder of lobbying activities of Europe’s civil society organisations

Salsabil Fayed, Daniël van Kessel, Lise Witteman & Ada Homolová
The China Files
17 May

Heineken profits from the repression of Uyghurs in China

Siem Eikelenboom, Annebelle de Bruijn & Dorine Booij
15 May

Dividend stripping: Dutch Prosecutor’s office looking for those ultimately responsible at ABN Amro

Eric Smit & Siem Eikelenboom
14 May

Takeover of Unilever’s tea division makes living wage for tea pickers unlikely

Yara van Heugten
The EU Files
13 May

Corrupt EU officials escape justice after a decade of probes

Simon Van Dorpe
12 May

Unilever breaks pledge: profits in Russia doubled, advertising spending increased

Rosanne Kropman & Henk Willem Smits
5 May 2023

This is what we did with our members’ money in 2022

Arne van der Wal, Eric Smit & Jan-Willem Sanders
3 May 2023

How I helped The New York Times to sue the European Commission

Alexander Fanta
28 April 2023

Until sustainability is defined, the market will take advantage of the loopholes

Yara van Heugten & Ties Joosten
27 April 2023

The formidable power of pension assets is making the financial sector more powerful while increasing global inequality

Casper Rouffaer
25 April 2023

‘Green’ European companies hold back on adjusting incorrect climate claims

Bart Crezee & Ties Gijzel
The EU Files
22 April 2023

From Huawei to Shell: corporate lobbies unimpededly recruit former EU Parliament staff

Peter Teffer
4 April 2023

Your most intimate data is being sold to the highest bidder – who might be a spy

Sebastiaan Brommersma & Gerard Janssen
1 April 2023

Shell already knew about climate change in the early 1970s (and still promoted the use of coal)

Birte Schohaus & Merel de Buck
The EU Files
31 March 2023

EU countries fork out billions to hang on to electricity guzzling industry

Jesse Pinster & Ada Homolová
The EU Files
22 March 2023

How an old boy’s network hijacked Europe’s plan for a green future

Simon Van Dorpe
21 March 2023

‘Nature conservation keeps stumbling ahead, from one failing policy to another’

Bart Crezee
10 March 2023

The world’s largest carbon trader is wrestling with painful facts about its business model

Ties Gijzel & Bart Crezee
7 March 2023

Dutch trust office sneaked Russian bankers and a Playboy model into the Netherlands

Siem Eikelenboom & Hugo Rasch
6 March 2023

How a fraud algorithm learned to suspect vulnerable groups

David Davidson & Tom Claessens
The EU Files
2 March 2023

Europe’s quest for more economic independence – and its pitfalls

Simon Van Dorpe
24 February 2023

Many green investment funds downgrade their sustainability claim

Yara van Heugten & Remy Koens
The Russia Crisis
23 February 2023

Heineken is bawling, but the fact remains: it invested in cola and stout beer in Russia

Olivier van Beemen
The Russia Crisis
23 February 2023

Heineken reneges on its promise and invests in Russia

Olivier van Beemen
The Russia Crisis
23 February 2023

European loans for Ukraine: utterly necessary, but a future burden

Krijn Schramade & Peter Teffer

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