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8 June 2017

Thailand: Citizens sue state agencies for inadequate public participation in building of Pak Beng dam

Author: Nation

"State agencies face legal dispute over Pak Beng Dam", 09 June 2017...

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2 May 2017

World Bank Group's financial intermediaries linked to various human rights abuses in Southeast Asia; companies & the IFC respond

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23 June 2015

International Rivers: Benchmarking the Policies and Practices of International Hydropower Companies

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6 April 2015

Subcritical coal top 20: Engaging energy companies on climate & human rights impacts

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13 March 2015

US and Chinese companies dominate list of most-polluting coal plants

Author: Damian Carrington, Guardian (UK)

The 100 global power companies most at risk from growing pressure to shut highly polluting coal plants have been revealed in a new report from Oxford University....

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4 March 2015

China's Global Role in Dam Building

Author: International Rivers

Chinese companies and Chinese banks are now the biggest builders and financiers of global dam building. Chinese banks and companies are involved in some 330 dams in 74 different countries, particularly in Africa and Southeast Asia, including Kamchay...

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11 December 2013

[PDF] Quality Kilowatts? A Normative-Empirical Analysis of Corporate Responsibility for Sustainable Electricity Provision in the Global South

Author: Joseph Wilde-Ramsing, University of Twente (Netherlands), Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO)

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited AES, Datang, Endesa, Eskom, SN Power to respond. Endesa responses provided. AES and SN Power did not respond. We will indicate here whether Datang and Eskom respond]. There has been an increase...

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7 April 2010

Hong Kong's Role in Mending the Disclosure Gap

Author: Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs and Civic Exchange [China]

[The Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs]...identified 175 companies listed on the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited3 (HKEx) with environmental infraction records in the mainland...[Sixteen] percent of companies listed on the main...

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31 March 2010

China: NGO report identifies environmental "disclosure gap" of mainland companies on the Hong Kong exchange

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31 March 2010

HKEx could do more to promote environmental disclosure [China]

Author: Asia Water Project [Hong Kong]

Better environmental disclosure requirements from the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx)...could strengthen environmental protection in China, says a report, Hong Kong’s role in mending the disclosure gap, released by the Asia Water...

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