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30 October 2001

CSR Investment Is Not A Choice [case of Del Monte Kenya]

Author: Toby Kent, independent consultant, in Ethical Corporation Magazine

Was Milton Friedman right in his assertion that the business of business is simply to keep within the law and to maximise profits? Or, does the power of corporations bring with it social responsibilities; what many argue are the trappings of power?...

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6 September 2001

Monrovia Breaches UN Sanctions - Whilst Its Logging Industry Funds Arms Imports And RUF Rebels

Author: Global Witness

According to a report released today, the Government of Liberia continues to import armaments and to support the rebels of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF), responsible for gross human rights abuses in Sierra Leone. This support is made possible...

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21 August 2001

No surprise, 2000 was another record year for arms merchants

Author: Michael Littlejohns, Earth Times News Service

...while critics were busily blaming Washington for torpedoing the recent UN talks aimed at curbing an expanding trade in easily portable weapons like pistols and submachineguns, unmentioned or forgotten were the contributions that every single one of...

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23 May 2001

New convention to ban toxic chemicals marks turning point for industry

Author: Greenpeace

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7 May 2001

ENVIRONMENT: Poor Countries - the North's Radioactive Dump

Author: Jorge Piña, Inter Press Service

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24 January 2001

ITALY: WHO Study Shows Smog Is Killing 14 People Per Day

Author: UN Wire

In a 2000 WHO study commissioned by Italy's Environment Ministry, air pollution was blamed for 3,500 annual deaths, including 4.7 percent of deaths among Italians over the age of 30

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