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24 November 2010

[PDF] Good practice: The newsletter of the International Council on Mining and Metals, November 2010

Author: International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM)

This issue of the newsletter takes its theme from the launch of ICMM’s Good Practice Guide: Indigenous Peoples and Mining. It contains articles on some of the key issues facing Indigenous Peoples and the efforts being made to address them [and includes...

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30 September 2010

Corporate reports: Investors push to know more about non-financial risks

Author: Jane Bird, Financial Times

The BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has shown that an environmental disaster can be as financially devastating for a company as a downturn in business – let alone the reputational damage...Investors increasingly want companies to include information...

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23 September 2010

Ejecting BP and Anointing Halliburton

Author: John Collins Rudolf, "Green" blog, New York Times

In June,...BP was stripped from the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. The index, which tracks “sustainability leaders” in industry worldwide, determined that the [Gulf of Mexico] oil spill was an “extraordinary event” that merited BP’s removal. This week...

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31 August 2010

[PDF] Carbon Disclosure Project 2010 Global 500 Report

Author: PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Carbon Disclosure Project

In 2010, the CDP asked the world’s 500 largest public companies in the FTSE Global Equity Index Series...to demonstrate that they are taking action on climate change. This report, prepared by CDP’s global adviser, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), analyzes...

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15 June 2009

Calvert Divests Weyerhaeuser

Author: The Indigenous Portal [press release by Rainforest Action Network, Earth Justice Initiative]

Today Calvert Investments [part of Calvert Group] removed Weyerhaeuser from the Calvert Social Index of sustainable and responsible companies due to Weyerhaeuser’s failure to meet the Index’s standards for Indigenous Peoples’ Rights...[also refers to...

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29 February 2008
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Author: ComunicaRSE

La empresa Petrobras fue reconocida por un estudio de Management & Excellence (M&E) como la petrolera más sustentable del mundo. En el primer lugar del ranking, con un puntaje de 92,25%, la compañía es considerada un referente mundial en ética...

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27 February 2008

[PDF] [2008 letter from Weyerhaeuser to former Supreme Court Justice Frank Iacobucci - appointed to investigate disputes between Grassy Narrows and Province of Ontario]

Author: Steven R Rogel, Chairman and CEO, Weyerhaeuser

I would like to follow up on discussions Weyerhaeuser officials in Canada have had with you and your office staff since your appointment as Facilitator between the Province of Ontario and the Grassy Narrows Band last fall. I want to reconfirm my...

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27 February 2008

‘Most sustainable’ company rankings raise important questions about business ethics comparability

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11 December 2006

[PDF] Business Recognition of Human Rights: Global Patterns, Regional & Sectoral Variations

Author: Michael Wright & Amy Lehr, research fellows, Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business & Government., Kennedy School of Government., Harvard University, under direction of UN Special Representative John Ruggie

A key indicator of [social expectations and moral obligations regarding companies and human rights] consists of the human rights standards that business itself adopts, triggered by its assessment of human rights-related risks and opportunities in the...

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6 September 2006

DJSI releases SRI index review

Author: Environmental Finance

SAM Group has completed its annual review of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI). The DJSI World Index, which tracks the most sustainable 10% of the 2,500 biggest companies in the world, saw 46 companies added and 36 removed. Meanwhile, 26...

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