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10 September 2007

Africa: Ericsson provides free mobile phones for "world's poorest" as part of UN programme to tackle poverty

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10 September 2007

Columbia's Earth Institute and Ericsson Join Forces to Empower Millennium Villages [Africa]

Author: Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director, The Earth Institute, in Government Technology [USA]

Ericsson…announced it is partnering with The Earth Institute at Columbia University to provide connectivity to the Millennium Villages project. This partnership is designed to bring mobile communication and the Internet to approximately 400,000 people...

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10 September 2007

Mobiles for the 'world's poorest' [Africa]

Author: Jonathan Fildes, BBC

Nearly half a million people, described by the UN as "the poorest of the poor", will soon be able to make mobile calls. As part of a UN programme to tackle poverty in rural Africa, 79 villages across 10 African countries will be hooked up to cellular...

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1 July 2007

Greenpeace's Guide to Greener Electronics: July 2007

Author: Greenpeace

Greenpeace's Green Electronics Guide ranks leading mobile and PC manufacturers on their global policies and practice on eliminating harmful chemicals and on taking responsibility for their products once they are discarded by consumers. [companies...

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28 June 2007

Apple, Nokia Big Movers in Latest Green Electronics Guide

Author: GreenerComputing News

In the fourth edition of Greenpeace's comprehensive review of the environmental performance of computer manufacturers, Apple moves out of last place into the top 10, and Nokia retakes the lead...with Dell and Lenovo tying for second place, followed by...

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28 June 2007
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Author: Greenpeace

La 4e édition du « Guide pour une High-tech responsable » a...été publiée aujourd’hui par Greenpeace et offre un nouveau classement des fabricants mondiaux d’électronique...au regard de critères « verts »... Nokia regagne la tête du classement et...

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28 June 2007

Greenpeace's latest ranking of "green electronics" finds improvements by Apple, Nokia - LG & Sony in last place

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Article
1 June 2007

[PDF] Business engagement in humanitarian relief: key trends and policy implications

Author: Andrea Binder and Jan Martin Witte, Overseas Development Institute

This paper [explores] systematically the new roles companies are playing in humanitarian action. The paper is a product of a scoping exercise to assess the depth and nature of non-commercial and commercial business engagement in humanitarian relief;.....

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Company response
1 May 2007

Response by Ericsson: Labor groups raise concerns about positions of multinational & their business organizations regarding China’s proposed labour law reform.

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25 April 2007

[PDF] The Chinese draft contract law - a global debate [scroll to pg. 12]

Author: Hélène Ahlberger Le Deunff, in CSR Asia

The responses of European and US industry associations to the draft Chinese labour contract law stirred up a great deal of controversy around the world...As labour activists rightly point out, the image of multinationals as it emerges from the debate...

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