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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

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25 August 2006

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

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25 August 2006
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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...

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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,...

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25 August 2006

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

Author: Greenpeace International

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1 August 2006
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1 August 2006
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Author: Greenpeace France

[classement, en ordre: Nokia, Dell, HP, Sony Ericsson (joint venture Sony & Ericsson), Samsung, Sony, LG Electronics, Panasonic (partie de Matsushita), Toshiba, Fujitsu Siemens Computers (joint venture Fujitsu & Siemens), Apple, Acer, Motorola,...

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1 July 2006

Suffering in the Congo: Behind the numbers

Author: Keith Harmon & David Barouski, Z Magazine

War in the Congo is driven by the desire to extract raw materials...Therefore, any analysis of the geopolitics in the Congo requires an understanding of the organized crime perpetrated through multinational businesses...Human Rights Watch...2005...

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18 June 2006

Coming to terms with the forces of anti-globalisation

Author: Nick Mathiason, Observer [UK]

...Samuel Palmisano, chairman and chief executive of...IBM, argues that multinationals are dead. In their wake is a new creature - the 'globally integrated enterprise' (GIE) - which does not exploit nations or workers but seeks to 'open new...

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1 June 2006

Mexico: Sexual harassment & anti-union activities persist among major electronics suppliers

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