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23 October 2019

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

  KnowTheChain is a resource for businesses and investors who need to understand and address forced labor risks within their supply chains. In 2020/2021 KnowTheChain will be becnhmarking 180 companies in three sectors. In 2019 will be publishing inves...

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31 May 2019
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Author: EDUCA Oaxaca (México)

“Inauguran Eólica del Sur, pese a consulta manipulada y aprovechando la ausencia de autoridad agraria”, 28 de mayo de 2019...

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28 August 2018
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Author: AGN (Guatemala)

“ONU-Mujeres, Embajada de México y Cámara guatemalteco mexicana analizan inclusión de la mujer en la empresa”...

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30 August 2017

Cereal, drinks companies often overlook risk of forced labor in sugarcane: study

Author: Reuters

Food and beverage companies face the risk of forced labor in countries where they obtain sugarcane but most fall short in efforts to tackle the problem that threatens millions of workers, according to a study [by KnowTheChain (KTC)]...Sugarcane...can...

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29 August 2017

KnowTheChain case study: How food and beverage companies tackle forced labour risks in sugar supply chains

This case study assesses how a sample of 10 chocolate and confectionary manufacturers, beverage companies, and sugar producers address forced labour risks in their sugarcane supply chains....

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8 May 2017

NGO, foundations & Inter-American Development Bank announce $25 million investment to provide access to safe water to 5 countries

Author: One Drop

Lazos de Agua Program to Bring Safe Water Access & Resources to more than 200,000 citizens across Latin America, 3 May 2017...

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25 April 2017

Mexico: NGOs & academics protest against Coca-Cola FEMSA bottling plant citing water scarcity & health impacts of soft drinks in Chiapas

NGOs and academics protested against a Coca-Cola FEMSA´s bottling plant in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. They claim that there is scarcity of water in the region while the plant consumes more than 750,000 liters per day. They also...

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24 April 2017
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ONG, ciudadanos/as y académicos/as protestaron contra embotelladora de Coca-Cola FEMSA y denunciaron la creciente escasez de agua en San Cristóbal, Chiapas, México. Además, mencionaron las posibles consecuencias negativas a la salud de los refrescos y...

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24 April 2017
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Author: FEMSA

“Coca-Cola FEMSA está comprometido con el desarrollo sostenible de sus colaboradores, comunidades y el medio ambiente. Basados en esta premisa, en San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas operamos de acuerdo al marco legal y bajo procesos internos que...

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24 April 2017

Coca Cola FEMSA & FEMSA reponse

Author: Coca Cola FEMSA & FEMSA

Coca-Cola FEMSA is committed with the sustainable development of its associates, communities and the environment. Based on this premise in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas we operate according with the legal framework and under internal processes...

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