Anheuser-Busch (part of Anheuser-Busch InBev)
Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in USA
[PDF] full report: "FTSE4Good Index series - Criteria development and company engagement programme 2003-2004"
[refers to cos. that met new FTSE4Good human rights criteria for resource cos./committed to meet them: BHP Biliton, Shell, BP, BG, Lonmin, Mitsubishi Corp., Norsk Hydro, Statoil, Cosmo Oil, Expro Group, PetroCanada, Repsol. And cos. deleted from index...
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Author: Jason Morrison & Peter Gleick, Pacific Institute
This paper provides a snapshot of current global water issues, assesses the general kinds of activities companies could and should be taking to address them. [refers to Perrier (part of Nestlé), Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Anheuser-Busch, Unilever, Levi...
Author: Joel Makower, Green Business Letter
...companies should expect to find water issues rising to the level of awareness that energy conservation and efficiency has seen in recent years...On its Water Sustainability Tool Web site, the Global Environmental Management Initiative offers a...
Author: Sandy Smith, Occupational Hazards [USA]
The 16 diverse companies named by Occupational Hazards as the 2004 America's Safest Companies share dedication to safe work, healthy workers...The 2004 America's Safest Companies are Anheuser-Busch, Bell Helicopter [part of Textron], DeFabCo, DSM...
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Author: Poulomi Mrinal Saha, Ethical Corporation
Some high profile firms such as Goldman Sachs have been excluded from the [FTSE4Good] Index in recent years for not meeting ever-stricter criteria on environmental and human rights policy development. Other firms exluded within the last year include...
[DOC] Private Sector Partnerships: A Case Study documenting CARE Cambodia’s partnership with Heineken International 2003 - 2005
Author: CARE International in Cambodia
This report documents the private sector partnership between the NGO CARE Cambodia and the brewery Heineken...The partnership began with the implementation of the Selling Beer Safely project to help contribute to the improved health, general well...
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Author: Financial Times
A deadly 80km toxic slick on Thursday reached the outskirt of Harbin, a Chinese city of 9m people, after it made its way down the Songhua river and putting thousands of residents to flight. The slick of benzene and other toxins was leaked into the...