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21 May 2004
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Autor/in: Friends of the Earth

Although Cadbury Schweppes has an "Ethical Trading Policy", it fails to address forest or community issues. Friends of the Earth is calling on the company to broaden its policy to ensure that none of its suppliers are responsible for clearing...

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1 March 2004
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1 March 2004
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Autor/in: Friends of the Earth

[refers to Cadbury Schweppes, Raja Garuda Mas, Sinar Mas, Unilever, Walkers (part of PepsiCo), Jacob's Bakery, Cargill, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Archer Daniels Midland, Pura Foods, Kellog's]

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Artikel
6 January 2004
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Autor/in: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Only a portion of the palm oil on the market is grown sustainably, with much of the increase in production displacing rainforests and indigenous communities. [refers to Body Shop, Cadbury Schweppes, Colgate-Palmolive, Compass Group, Marks & Spencer...

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16 June 2003
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Autor/in: Reuters

Environmental groups say the slash-and-burn problem is not restricted to small farmers but involves large agricultural corporations that clear forests to make room for commercial plantations to grow products like palm oil.

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1 November 2002
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Autor/in: Rainforest Action Network

New York Times Ad Targets Citigroup For Quietly Using Customers' Money To Fund World's Environmental Destruction...Citi has recently been criticized for financing the highly controversial Camisea gas project that threatens the Peruvian Amazon. Other...

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1 November 2002
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22 July 2002
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Autor/in: Jakarta Post

Following a violent clash with security personnel on Thursday, hundreds of striking workers from a PT Budi Dharma Godam Perkasa (BDGP)-owned oil palm plantation in North Lampung have threatened to take over the 2000-hectare plantation because of the...

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1 February 2002
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Autor/in: Down to Earth Newsletter

Three of the biggest banks in the Netherlands - ABN AMRO, Rabobank and Fortis - have agreed to stop or substantially restrict financing for oil palm development in Indonesia on environmental and social grounds.

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1 February 2002
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Autor/in: Down to Earth Newsletter

The pattern of human rights violations arising from land conflicts during the Suharto era still persists today, more than three years since the dictator was forced to resign...In West Papua investors are being encouraged to take advantage of the...

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