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Metsä Fibre Oy (formerly Metsä-Botnia)

Headquarters in Finland

Metsä Fibre Oy website: https://www.metsafibre.com/en/Pages/default.aspx

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1 January 2009

[PDF] Corporate Accountability in International Environmental Law

Author: Elisa Morgera, pub. Oxford University Press

The progressive integration, or attempted integration, of the private sector in the implementation of IEL [Intl. Environmental Law] through the concept of corporate accountability has come to represent one of the aspects of the continuous and constant...

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18 September 2008
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Author: Sylvia Ubal, Adital

El presidente...Dr. Tabaré Vázquez...refiriéndose a la empresa Botnia dijo..."no...contamina..."...[pero] la misma empresa Botnia declara en sus múltiples informes las características de sus efluentes líquidos con una elevada carga de compuestos...

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10 September 2008

[PDF] Fuelling destruction in Latin America

Author: Friends of the Earth

Rapid expansion in the use of agricultural crops as a transport fuel has been justified in Northern countries as a prodevelopment policy that will help bring developing countries out of poverty...No other region has embraced this idea as much as Latin...

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2 July 2008

Botnia - Fray Bentos pulp mill [Uruguay]

Author: Botnia

Botnia is building a one-million-ton eucalyptus pulp mill in Fray Bentos, Western Uruguay. The project will bring significant socio-economic benefits to Uruguay, and the mill is the largest private investment in the country's history.

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1 July 2008

[PDF] [scroll to pg. 5] Transnational Corporations and Human Rights - Book on “Transnational Corporations on Trial”

Author: European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights

Wolfgang Kaleck and Dr. Miriam Saage-Maaß presented a study...on the accountability of Transnational Corporations and their role in Human Rights abuses. This study...examines four current cases in which European Corporations [including Botnia,...

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1 February 2008
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Author: ComunicaRSE

Los gobiernos de Noruega y Suecia rechazaron una denuncia que involucraba a la pastera Botnia, presentada en 2006 por el Centro de Derechos Humanos y Ambiente (CEDHA)...La queja presentada por el CEDHA estaba dirigida contra el banco sueco Nordea, que...

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24 January 2008
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24 January 2008

[PDF] Statement by the Swedish National Contact Point (NCP) for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises – with the full support of Norway’s NCP – in connection with a complaint from the Argentine environmental organisation CEDHA against Nordea

Author: Swedish National Contact Point (NCP) for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

The Swedish National Contact Point has not found indications to support the complaints made about Nordea having violated the OECD Guidelines in its part-financing of Botnia’s pulp mill in Uruguay...This position is founded partly on meetings...[and on...

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17 December 2007

EU joins the dispute and supports Botnia pulp mill in Uruguay

Author: Mercopress [Uruguay]

The European Union Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said...that the Botnia pulp mill in Uruguay which recently begun production and is at the heart of an acrimonious dispute with Argentina complies “reasonably” with...

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16 December 2007

EU joins the dispute and supports Botnia pulp mill in Uruguay

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