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Company Response

27 Jan 2015


EnBW response

[W]e would like to take the opportunity and reiterate that EnBW respects human rights, and that we welcome activities that provide further guidance on how to implement the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. EnBW therefore fully supports the process of developing a German National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights in Germany which is spearheaded by the German Federal Foreign Office...EnBW has extended its sustainability activities with regard to coal sourcing over time, with a particular focus on Colombia. EnBW takes complaints from non-government organizations (NGOs), politicians, affected parties and other stakeholder groups about adherence to environmental and social standards in mining hard coal extremely seriously and maintains active dialogue with all stakeholders in order to work with them on solutions...

This is a response to

NGOs call for German law reform to address intl. corporate human rights abuses

stories | Story 27 Jan 2015