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31 May 2007

Executives warm to carbon reductions [UK]

Author: John Willman, FT

...BSkyB decided in January 2006 to become the first media company to become carbon neutral...Within five months, it had hit the target - the satellite broadcaster now uses 100 per cent renewable electricity for all BSkyB-owned UK sites and has...

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25 April 2007

[PDF] Digital Inclusion Team – Final report and case studies

Author: Alison Ewings and Jane Fiona Cumming, Article 13 [UK]

Clearly there is a long way to go in using ICT [information communication technologies] to engage socially excluded groups. However, encouragingly there is a relatively strong appetite amongst companies to engage with socially excluded groups. Whilst...

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9 June 2006

Suppliers face test of green credentials [UK]

Author: Fiona Harvey, Financial Times

Tony Blair...is expected to announce measures intended to ensure that the £150bn the government spends each year goes on goods and services that meet certain "green" standards. The standards will cover energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions, the...

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11 December 2003

Pregnant women still face discrimination [Wales, UK]

Author: Joanne Atkinson, The Western Mail [Wales, UK]

The head of the Equal Opportunities Commission in Wales has criticised the "shocking" number of women who are still being discriminated against because of pregnancy. [refers to a case against Royal Mail]

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7 August 2003

EOC investigation leads to action plan to stamp out sexual harassment at Royal Mail [UK]

Author: Equal Opportunities Commission [UK]

The Equal Opportunities Commission's investigation into allegations of widespread sexual harassment of women postal workers in Royal Mail has been suspended, following an agreement based on a wide-ranging action plan to stamp out sexual harassment.

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7 August 2003

Royal Mail pledges to stamp out sexual harassment [UK]

Author: Ananova

A major investigation into widespread sexual harassment of female workers at Royal Mail has been suspended after the company pledged to take a hard line to tackle the problem.

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7 August 2003

Royal Mail pledges to stamp out sexual harassment [UK]

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