Bouygues

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in France

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1 June 2002
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Author: Association Tchadienne pour la Promotion et la Defense des Droits de l'homme; Centre pour l'Environnement et le Developpement [Cameroun]; Environmental Defense [USA]

Evaluation de l'impact de l'oléoduc Tchad-Cameroun...Deux ans après l'approbation [par la Banque Mondiale] du plus grand projet d'investissement en Afrique souvent considéré comme modèle de partenariat entre le secteur public et privé, c'est le moment...

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19 March 2003

Tanzania orders destruction of toxic transformers

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19 March 2003

Tanzania orders destruction of toxic transformers

Author: Deodatus Balile, SciDev.Net

The Tanzanian parliament has ordered the removal of electrical equipment containing highly toxic polychlorobiphenyls (PCBs) from Dar es Salaam International Airport. The order reflects growing concern about the alleged 'dumping' of harmful or outdated...

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27 April 2003

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1 April 2004

Bouygues - Environmental Information

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1 April 2004
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1 April 2004
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1 February 2005

Public-private partnerships 'have failed Africa's poor', especially in water & electricity provision

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1 February 2005

Working Together: Assessing Public-Private Partnerships in Africa

Author: Peter Farlam, South African Institute of International Affairs

...the record of PPPs [public-private partnerships] in Africa over the last 15 years is mixed, the process is complex, and governments should not expect PPPs to be a ‘magic bullet’... The involvement of the private sector in providing water, sanitation...

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9 February 2005

Public-Private Partnerships 'Have Failed Africa's Poor'

Author: Khulu Phasiwe, Business Day [So. Africa]

Public-private partnerships in Africa...have generally failed to provide much-needed water and electricity, a new study shows...The report, released yesterday, acknowledged successes achieved...in sectors such as telecommunications, transport, ports...

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