Standard Bank has hired an independent environmental and social adviser to help assess its involvement in Total’s East African Crude Oil Pipeline that environmental groups have opposed, it said on Monday.

About 260 civil society organisations from around the world have urged the CEOs of 25 banks not to participate in loans to fund the construction of the $3.5bn East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline...

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