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Author: Nathaniel Gronewold, Greenwire blog, on New York Times
A coalition of...investors is demanding oil and gas companies disclose their existing safeguards and plans of action in the event of another offshore rig disaster and possible oil spill like the one experienced by BP PLC and other companies in the Gulf...
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Author: Burma Campaign UK
..QBE Insurance has announced it has cancelled insurance it provided to Burma and is to cease providing insurance to companies operating in the country…In a statement to the Burma Campaign UK, Frank O’Halloran, QBE’s Chief Executive said: “QBE has...
Author: Burma Campaign UK
As Lloyd’s unveiled half –year profits of $1.76bn, the Burma Campaign UK today called on the company to come clean on how much of its profits are made from its involvement in military ruled Burma. Despite repeated requests for Lloyd’s to reveal the...
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Burma Campaign UK published a report, "Insuring Repression - Exposing how the insurance industry supports Burma’s dictators". [Page provides links to press release & full report]...Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the 14...
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Catlin did not respond to: Burma Campaign UK says firms providing insurance to companies operating in Burma "support dictators".
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- This is a non response from the following companies: Catlin