Member of UN Global Compact
The company changed its name from Amerada Hess to Hess Corporation in May 2006
Supporter of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Philippines: Carbon majors face national human rights complaint on climate change for the first time
Author: Mike Scott, Forbes.com (USA)
ExxonMobil...has agreed to tell investors of the risks to its business from climate change after pressure from investors...Arjuna Capital and...As You Sow... ExxonMobil says it will assess the risks to its resources, how its profits will be affected by...
Shareholders File Resolutions to Press Fossil Fuel Companies on Low-Carbon Strategies, Carbon Asset Risk
On the heels of the Investor Summit on Climate Risk at the United Nations, a half-dozen investors...announced the filing of shareholder resolutions with 10 fossil fuel companies, including Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Southern Company, Hess, Anadarko, Devon,...
Author: Ethical Corporation
[The briefing contains: Step-by-step best practice guide on how to create the right internal structure, policy and awareness to be able to deliver on HR performance; A case study on Cerrejon’s effort to improve its human rights practices in Colombia;...
Author: Mary Mazzoni, TriplePundit
Climate Counts and the Center for Sustainable Organizations just released what they call the “world’s first” science-based company rankings,...[assessing] the emissions performance of 100 companies from 2005 to 2012 within the context of climate...
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Author: Mohammed Saani Ibrahim, VibeGhana
A framework on safeguarding and respecting human rights within the country’s extractive industries had been formulated to be soon adopted by government. The framework, the’’ Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights’’ which is also a set of...
Woolworths Australia, GEBRA, Wünsche Group of Germany, became the latest brands to sign the Accord, which aims to make the garment industry safe and sustainable for years to come...The signatory brands have committed to making the changes garment...
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Author: Heba Saleh, Financial Times
Violent incidents...have become a recurrent feature for the hydrocarbons industry in Libya since the 2011 fall of Muammer Gaddafi, the former president...Part of the problem is that some of the local militias who guarded oil installations during the...