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"Ensuring innovation and reliable investment conditions: The next German government must make climate policy a top priority", 7 November 2017...
Colombia: Swedish energy firm Vattenfall investigates human rights impacts linked to suppliers' coal mining operations
After a three-week research in the field interviewing different stakeholders and visiting coal mining sites in Cesar and La Guajira departments of Colombia, NGO PAX urges Vattenfall to ensure victim voices are included in the company human rights...
Vigeo Eiris releases new study assessing how 3000 companies worldwide address four key areas of human rights
The human rights responsibilities of business in a changing world - 23 February 2017...
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Germany: Berlin city house of representatives votes to divest from fossil fuels in line with goal of going "climate neutral" by 2050
Author: James Ayre, CleanTechnica
"Berlin’s Parliament Has Voted To Divest From Fossil Fuels",...
With regard to the issue of refugees, the concern lies primarily with the immediate protection from persecution and human solidarity. E.ON has committed itself publicly to this. We want people, who are in distress, to receive help. As a company, we...
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