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Associated British Ports

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22 October 2019

UK: Investor roadmap to finance inclusive climate action

Author: Investing in a Just Transition initiative (London School of Economics, Harvard Kennedy School) with Univ. of Leeds

"Financing inclusive climate action in the UK: An investor roadmap for the just transition", 1 October 2019...

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14 March 2017
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Un article publié dans l'Observatoire des Multinationales fait état de conditions de travail déplorables dans les magasins Primark en France : « rupture abusive des contrats lors des périodes d’essais, arrêts maladie non payés, ambiance de travail str...

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26 August 2003

company website: Associated British Ports

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19 April 2003

In the green dock: corporate targets [sub-section of article entitled "Asda 'exploiting loophole' for store space"]

Author: Julia Finch & Neil Hume, Guardian [UK]

FoE [Friends of the Earth] is also targeting some of Britain's largest listed firms, which it claims are putting profits before people and the environment; it has bought shares in 18 publicly quoted firms and has been questioning boards about the...

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1 June 2002

Ten Planet Trashers: Why corporate accountability matters

Author: Friends of the Earth

Friends of the Earth today publishes details of "Ten Planet Trashers", companies whose behaviour since Rio shows the need for binding rules on corporate behaviour. [the 10 companies: Exxon Mobil (Esso), AMEC, Premier Oil, ICI, Scotts, Barclays,...

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