Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in Belgium
Author: Netwerk Vlaanderen
Netwerk Vlaanderen demande aux banques internationales de ne pas investir dans le secteur du pétrole, du gaz et des produits miniers en Birmanie tant que la dictature militaire poursuit son régime brutal...De graves violations des droits humains ont eu...
Since 2005, BankTrack members are campaigning on private banks and their direct or indirect relation to Human Rights violations...Banks have the potential to impact upon...rights – both positively and negatively – in a multiplicity of ways. For example...
Author: International Alert
Violent conflict presents a serious challenge for businesses operating abroad. A large body of evidence shows that investments in conflict-prone countries, and the interaction with the dynamics of violent conflict at local and national levels that...
Author: Evan Mills, Staff Scientist, US Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Eugene Lecomte, President Emeritus of Institute for Business & Home Safety; for Ceres
...while climate change poses potential threats, it also creates vast new business opportunities... [Insurers] have a huge opportunity today to develop creative loss-prevention solutions and products that will reduce climate-related losses for...
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[PDF] Financial Institutions Announce Revision of Equator Principles - Underscoring the Global Application of Environmental and Social Risk Management
Author: Equator Principles
The Equator Principles...have been revised in the following ways: • The Principles apply to all project financings with capital costs above USD 10 million. • The Principles now also apply to project finance advisory activities. • The revised Principles...
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Author: Netwerk Vlaanderen
...[The party of] the Burmese Nobel Prize winner San Suu Kyi..., the National League for Democracy, asks the Belgian banks not to invest in companies with important activities in Burma. The leader of the Burmese democrats calls for an economic boycott....
...KBC promptly responded by inviting representatives of the Belgian NGO [Netwerk Vlaanderen] to take part in an active dialogue...As a result of these discussions, KBC notified the External Advisory Board for Sustainability Analysis , which...
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- This is a response from the following companies: KBC