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"Nespresso setzt auf nachhaltiges Aluminium", 17 Dezember 2018 Nespresso ist das erste Unternehmen, das sich dazu verpflichtet, ausschließlich Aluminium aus nachhaltiger Beschaffung zu verwenden. Nespresso arbeitet hierfür mit Rio Tinto zusammen, dem...
Author: Amós Zacarias, Deutsche Welle, (Brazil)
“Moradores de Mualadzi, no distrito de Moatize, centro de Moçambique, sofrem com a seca e a fome. Para sobreviver, muitos vendem as chapas que cobrem as casas construídas pela empresa de mineração Riversdale”, 20 de novembro de 2018...
Author: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark
Since its inception, the CHRB has been aiming to answer a deceptively simple question; which companies perform best on human rights issues? [...] [T]his document [...] rank[s] 101 of the world’s largest companies in high human-rights-risk sectors and...
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Author: Financial Times
Prada, Starbucks and Kraft Heinz are among companies criticised for a lack of transparency on human rights in their businesses and supply chains, despite pressure from governments and an investor-backed group....
European pension funds call on co's to adopt positions which are in line with goals of the Paris Agreement
Author: Investment & Pensions Europe
"Pension funds challenge European companies on climate lobbying", 29 Oct 2018...
Brazil: Bloomberg affirms that in a Bolsonaro govt getting lawmakers to approve mining in the Amazon may be less difficult
Author: David Biller and R.T. Watson, Bloomberg (USA)
“Bolsonaro’s Love Affair With Mining Aims at the Amazon’s Treasures”, 24 october 2018...
New report looks at reporting progress under the UK Modern Slavery Act; finds need for better enforcement
Author: Ergon Associates
"Modern slavery reporting: Is there evidence of progress?", October 2018...
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