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1 July 2006

Suffering in the Congo: Behind the numbers

Author: Keith Harmon & David Barouski, Z Magazine

War in the Congo is driven by the desire to extract raw materials...Therefore, any analysis of the geopolitics in the Congo requires an understanding of the organized crime perpetrated through multinational businesses...Human Rights Watch...2005...

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13 June 2006
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Author: Stephen Leahy, Tierramérica

...el cultivo de soja es uno de los principales causantes de la deforestación en la Amazonia brasileña, denuncia...Greenpeace...organizaciones ecologistas rechazan la construcción de carreteras, vías férreas y canales para transportar la soja a puertos...

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1 June 2006

USA: 2005-6 "State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans" - 86% of Fortune 500 companies now prohibit sexual orientation discrimination

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1 June 2006

[PDF] full report: "The State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans 2005-2006"

Author: Human Rights Campaign

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25 May 2006

[DOC] Response to Archer Daniels Midland from Political Economy Research Institute [USA]

Author: Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), Univ. of Massachusetts [USA]

We use toxic release data for 2002 because these are the most recent data available from the EPA's Risk Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) project... We would welcome more frequent and up-to-date publication of RSEI data from EPA [US...

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23 May 2006

Response of Archer Daniels Midland to “Toxic 100” ranking

Author: Archer Daniels Midland

The reported emissions used for this ranking system are from 2002. In 2003, ADM [Archer Daniels Midland] commenced a 10-year program to reduce emissions from its major U.S. facilities by approximately 65,000 tons per year over a period of ten years....

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11 May 2006

Top Corporate Air Polluters Named [USA]

Author: Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), Univ. of Massachusetts [USA]

Researchers at the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts today released the Toxic 100, an updated list of the top corporate air polluters... James K. Boyce, director of PERI's environment program [said] "We...

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11 May 2006

[full list] The Toxic 100: Top Corporate Air Polluters in the United States

Author: Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), Univ. of Massachusetts [USA]

1. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours [DuPont], 2. United States Steel , 3. ConocoPhillips, 4. General Electric , 5. Eastman Kodak, 6. Exxon Mobil, 7. Ford , 8. Tyson Foods, 9. Alcoa, 10. Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), 11. Dow Chemical, 12. Eastman Chemical, 13....

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1 May 2006

US "Toxic 100" list by Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) & company responses

Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

In May 2006, the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst (USA) issued an updated version of its "Toxic 100" list of the "top corporate air polluters" in the USA. The Business & Human Rights Resource...

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1 May 2006

USA: Univ. of Massachusetts research institute releases list of top 100 corporate air polluters - top 10: DuPont, US Steel, ConocoPhillips, GE, Kodak, ExxonMobil, Ford, Tyson, Alcoa, ADM

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