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Author: Anna Triponel, Rights as Usual
"Companies Operating in a Conflict or Post-Conflict Country: Exercise Leverage or Stand Ready for Litigation", 22 Jan. 2019...
Argentina: Indigenous group sues oil companies for allegedly dumping waste dangerous for environment & health
The Mapuche are suing Exxon, Total and Pan American Energy for allegedly dumping dangerous waste harming the environment in the south of Argentina. This lawsuit was filed at the same time a Greenpeace report was published accusing Total and Shell of...
Author: André Aroeira, The Intercept (Brazil)
"Não são os ativistas ou o Ibama que emperram grandes obras. São estudos ambientais mal feitos", 18 de Dezembro de 2018...
Author: El Desconcierto (Chile)
“Histórica investigación contra 47 empresas de combustibles fósiles apunta a su responsabilidad en el cambio climático”, 12 de diciembre 2018...
Author: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark
Since its inception, the CHRB has been aiming to answer a deceptively simple question; which companies perform best on human rights issues? [...] [T]his document [...] rank[s] 101 of the world’s largest companies in high human-rights-risk sectors and...
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Author: Cain Burdeau, Courthouse News Service (USA)
"Climate Change Litigation Turns Up the Heat on Corporations", 1 Nov 2018...
Author: Union of Concerned Scientists
"Fossil fuel companies are facing increasing shareholder, legal and political pressure to stop spreading climate disinformation and to fix their business plans to achieve dramatic reductions in global warming emissions. While some companies are...
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