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Bangladesh: How little H&M would have to raise t-shirt prices to pay its Bangladesh factory workers a living wage
Author: Oliver Pechter, Business Insider Nordic
"Here’s how little H&M would have to raise t-shirt prices to pay its Bangladesh factory workers a living wage", 1 June 2017...
- Related stories: Bangladesh: Widespread garment worker protests follow announcement of minimum wage increase
- Related in-depth areas: Labour rights Living wage
- Related companies: H&M Nordea Bank
AXA and Nordea among 100 investors urging companies to increase global working conditions disclosure
"Companies urged to increase workforce disclosure to improve global working conditions"...
Author: Christian Wienberg, Bloomberg (UK)
"Maersk Considering Female CFO Amid Gender Gap in Top Management" 10 Apr 2018...
Australia: Growing support amongst large institutional investors for shareholder & NGO campaigns on climate & human rights
Author: Ruth Williams, The Sydney Morning Herald
"Big investors backed shareholder campaigns on climate, human rights", 23 February 2018...
- Related companies: ABP AMP Group Aviva BHP Billiton BlackRock Colonial First State Commonwealth Bank Deutsche Bank Elliott Management ExxonMobil HSBC Macquarie Bank MLC (part of National Australia Bank) Morgan Stanley Nordea Bank Occidental Petroleum Oil Search Origin Energy QBE Insurance Rio Tinto Santos Schroders State Street Vanguard Wells Fargo Westpac Woolworths Limited
Sweden: Lack of investment in climate solutions by fund management co's puts Paris agreement at risk, finds report; incl. co responses
"Turning the tide - The urgent need to shift capital flows to climate solutions: A case study of ten fund management companies", a new report by Swedwatch focuses on the role of the finance sector in reallocating large capital streams towards green...
Nordea has already commented directly to Swedwatch, and no need for further comments from our side.
- This is a response from the following companies: Nordea Bank
Author: Nerijus Adomaitis & Ethan Lou, Reuters
Nordic investors rejected on Tuesday allegations in a lawsuit by the operator of Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) that they divested from the project due to pressure from Greenpeace and other environmental groups…...
- Related stories: Energy Transfer lawsuit (re Dakota Access Pipeline, USA) USA: Energy Transfer sues BankTrack, Greenpeace & others for allegedly disseminating false information about Dakota Access Pipeline
- Related in-depth areas: Latest Legal News
- Related companies: Nordea Bank
Author: World Wildlife Fund (Switzerland)
"Biggest EU investors are partly aligned with Paris Agreement but more efforts needed", 4 July 2017...
Author: Jennifer Thompson, Financial Times
"Investors demand more information on labour practices", 2 July 2017...