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18 January 2019
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17 September 2018
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17 September 2018
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The report, "Broken Promises: The World Bank, International Investors and the Fight for Climate Justice in the Philippines," raises serious allegations concerning various companies' support of coal power plan projects in the Philippines through 'opaqu...

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11 September 2018
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Autor/in: Investment & Pensions Europe

"Norway SWF: Governments could help realise sustainable development goals", 7 Sep 2018...

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26 April 2018
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Autor/in: Global Child Forum; GES International

"Investor Insights on Children’s Rights", March 2018...

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6 February 2018
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Autor/in: Mindy Lubber, Forbes

...That’s why Ceres [Investor Network on Climate Risk and Sustainability] and six other organizations from around the world debuted The Investor Agenda...This comprehensive agenda provides a menu of options for investors to take in four key focus areas...

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18 January 2018
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Autor/in: Container Management

Norway’s central bank has excluded Evergreen Marine from one of its two sovereign wealth funds, citing the Taiwanese company’s vessel scrapping practices as causing “serious human rights violations and severe environmental damage”......

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16 January 2018
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Autor/in: Dominic Chopping, Fox Business

Norges Bank Investment Management, the arm of Norway's central bank that manages the country's $1.1 trillion oil fund, said Tuesday that it has excluded a further nine companies from the fund on ethical grounds......

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16 January 2018

Norwegen: Pensionsfond zieht sich wegen umwelt- & menschenrechtlicher Bedenken aus mehreren Firmen zurück

Autor/in: T-Online

Der norwegische Pensionsfonds, einer der größten Staatsfonds der Welt, zieht sich wegen ethischer Bedenken aus mehreren Firmen zurück. Die Beteiligungen an neun Unternehmen würden aufgegeben, ein weiteres kritisch beobachtet, teilte die norwegische...

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29 June 2017
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Autor/in: Norges Bank Investment Management

Decision to place companies in the portfolio of the government pension fund global under observation...

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