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9 November 2001

The WTO's Hidden Agenda

Author: Greg Palast, special to CorpWatch

Three confidential documents from inside the World Trade Organization Secretariat and a group of captains of London finance, who call themselves the "British Invisibles," reveal the extraordinary secret entanglement of industry with government in...

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6 November 2001

Cape plc Opens Talks With South African Asbestos Victims: First breakthrough in compensation campaign?

Author: International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions [ICEM]

Cape mined asbestos in South Africa for almost a century. "Children were employed, unprotected, in the most hazardous tasks of sorting asbestos with their bare hands and trampling it with their bare feet," recalled ICEM General Secretary Fred Higgs in...

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6 November 2001

Green groups plan fresh Esso garage protests in UK

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6 November 2001

Green groups plan fresh Esso garage protests in UK

Author: Reuters

Green activists said yesterday they will descend on hundreds of Esso garages across Britain and Ireland on December 1 to urge motorists to boycott the oil giant because of its stance on global warming.

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5 November 2001

South African asbestos settlement talks begin

Author: ACTSA [Action for Southern Africa]

At a hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice this morning, it was agreed that lawyers from both parties will now have fourteen days to "engage in constructive dialogue", while the case is suspended.

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2 November 2001

Cape asbestos case turns critical

Author: ACTSA [Action for Southern Africa]

Cape plc’s new management is now under pressure to deliver as ACTSA’s 1 campaign for justice for thousands of South African asbestos victims enters a critical stage.

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2 November 2001

UK launches 3 million pound solar energy scheme

Author: Reuters

Britain is offering energy companies three million pounds ($4.39 million) to help develop solar power systems for public buildings like schools, churches and hospitals, the government said yesterday

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1 November 2001

full report: Environmental Justice: the Rights and Means to a Healthy Environment for All

Author: Economic & Social Research Council, Friends of the Earth & London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

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1 November 2001

Green campaign to link UK poverty with environment

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30 October 2001

British Insurers Demand Corporate Social Responsibility

Author: Mark Thomsen, SocialFunds.com

The Association of British Insurers recently announced that its members will expect companies to disclose how social, environmental and ethical risks are being handled...The over 400 members of the ABI, a trade association for Britain's insurance...

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