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Author: Nat Levy, GeekWire
...[D]riving progress on addressing climate change is what’s best for the economic health, jobs, and competitiveness of our companies and our country... [W]e stand by our conviction that a commitment to the Paris Agreement requires a just transition...
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Author: Janet Burns, Forbes
As Dairy Workers Fight For Better Conditions, Will Chobani Help Lead The Way? November 2019...
- Related companies: Chobani
Chobani announces partnership with Fair Trade USA; Fair World Project raises concerns, saying better worker-driven solutions exist
According to Chobani, the collaboration with Fair Trade USA detailed below was meant to create comprehensive standards for ensuring sound labor, environmental and animal welfare conditions on dairy farms....
Civic leaders & CEOs from The B Team urge US Congress to support legislation to curb use of anonymous companies
Author: 12 civic leaders & CEOs from The B Team
"US government action on anonymous companies is crucial in global effort to fight corruption," 30 April 2019...
New guidance for companies encourages action to support civic freedoms & human rights defenders & explores opportunities for engagement
Author: Bennett Freeman with Sif Thorgeirsson, Adele Barzelay & Brooks Reed
"Shared space under pressure: Business support for civic freedoms and human rights defenders," 29 August 2018 ...
- Related in-depth areas: Latest news on human rights defenders Latest news: CEO activism and other positive business initiatives to protect civic freedoms Positive company initiatives Technology and Human Rights: Digital Freedom
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Author: Heather Kennison, Magic Valley (USA)
"Former Chobani employee sues company citing discrimination over disability", 2 Mar 2018...
Author: John Fallon, CEO of Pearson, in Fortune (USA)
...While government leaders work towards a political solution, business leaders have a valuable role to play not only through charitable activities, but through real investments. Last September, I visited the Za’atari refugee camp in the north of...
- Related stories: Access to work in Jordan & Lebanon for Syrian refugees, migrant workers & host populations
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Author: Jena McGregor, The Washington Post (USA)
“The Cost Of Silence: Why More CEOs Are Speaking Out In The Trump Era”, 21 Feb 2017 ...
Author: Mark Bergen & Sarah Frier, The Independent UK
“Apple, Facebook, Uber, Google, Intel, Snap and Netflix join slew of companies to take legal action against Trump”, 6 February 2017...