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23 January 2004

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Author: Friends of the Earth

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1 January 2003

[PDF] [full report] What's your poison? Health threats posed by pesticides in developing countries

Author: Environmental Justice Foundation

An estimated three million reported cases of pesticide associated acute poisoning occur annually, resulting in 220,000 deaths. 99% of these occur in the developing world...[page 21 of report lists recommendations to the Agrochemical Industry,...

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24 April 2002

Nordic Partnership Signs Sustainability Manifesto in Preparation for Rio + 10 Summit

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

A group of companies from the four Nordic countries convened recently to report on their progress in generating a model for sustainable business development

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2 April 2002

Polar Partnership Promotes Sustainable Development in Arctic

Author: United Nations website for the Johannesburg Summit 2002 - the World Summit on Sustainable Development

Natural resource utilization, mining and military operations in the Arctic have expanded...the [Arctic] Council does promote the precautionary principle and urges the use of environmental and social impact assessments to assure that all activities...

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2 April 2002

Polar Partnership Promotes Sustainable Development in Arctic

Author: United Nations website for the Johannesburg Summit 2002 - the World Summit on Sustainable Development

Natural resource utilization, mining and military operations in the Arctic have expanded...the [Arctic] Council does promote the precautionary principle and urges the use of environmental and social impact assessments to assure that all activities...

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1 February 2002

Scandinavia tops environment league table

Author: Holly Yeager, Financial Times

Scandinavian countries continue to lead the way in their attention to the environment, but several other nations, including Costa Rica and Uruguay, are performing well, according to a report to be released on Monday to the annual World Economic Forum...

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