Company survey response

Ericsson

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Sweden

Ericsson website

🔎 Run a search for “Ericsson”

Get RSS feed of these results

All stories

Article
1 December 2006
+ Français - Hide

Author: Greenpeace France

[classement complet, de l'entreprise la plus responsable à la moins responsable: Nokia, Dell, Fujitsu Siemens, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, HP (Hewlett-Packard), Acer, Lenovo, Sony, Panasonic (partie de Matsushita), LGE (LG Electronics), Samsung, Toshiba,...

Read more

Story
28 November 2006

Ericsson and General Electric latest companies to join Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights

See full story

Article
28 November 2006

[DOC] Ericsson and General Electric (GE) are the latest companies to join the Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights

Author: Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights

The Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights (BLIHR), founded in 2003 by seven companies and chaired by Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, today announced its two latest members ...

Read more

Article
2 October 2006
+ Español - Hide

Author: Europa Press

El fabricante sueco de productos tecnológicos Ericsson ha puesto en marcha un programa destinado a entrenar a aquellas personas que desempeñen su labor en operaciones internacionales humanitarias con el objetivo de mejorar su capacidad de respuesta...

Read more

Article
1 September 2006

Business Leaders Take Action To Reduce Hunger

Author: World Economic Forum

Kenyan business and government leaders pledged to take action to build sustainable solutions to hunger through market-based initiatives, as part of a Business Alliance Against Chronic Hunger facilitated by the Switzerland-based World Economic Forum....

Read more

Story
1 September 2006

Kenyan business & multinationals including Unilever, Coca Cola, Sealed Air, Ericsson, take action to fight hunger under auspices of the World Economic Forum

See full story

Story
25 August 2006

Greenpeace ranks electronics companies on environmental credentials: Dell & Nokia rank highest - Apple, Acer, Motorola & Lenovo lowest

See full story

Article
25 August 2006
+ Français - Hide

Author: Greenpeace France

Greenpeace publie aujourd’hui le "Guide pour une hi-tech responsable" qui classe les entreprises en fonction de l’emploi de substances chimiques dangereuses et de leurs pratiques de recyclage des déchets électroniques... La grille de classement reprend...

Read more

Article
25 August 2006

Your guide to green electronics

Author: Greenpeace International

The biggest names in electronics have just sat their first global exam on their green credentials. Ranked on their use of toxic chemicals and electronic waste (e-waste) policies only Dell and Nokia scraped a barely respectable score while Apple,...

Read more

Article
25 August 2006

[PDF] full report: "Guide to Greener Electronics"

Author: Greenpeace International

Read more