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8 October 2019

Philippines: Alarming number of fatal attacks against environmental defenders related to agribusiness, mining & logging

The new Global Witness report denounces that in 2018, 30 land and environmental defenders were killed in the Philippines, making it the country with the highest number of such killings in the world. Their new investigation shows that mining,...

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1 October 2019

Defending the Philippines: Environmental activists at the mercy of business at all costs

Author: Global Witness

Violence against land and environmental defenders is a systemic problem, spanning many different regions of the country and many different industries, and the army uses force to silence activism. 52 defenders have been killed extra-judicially in the...

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13 July 2017

"Defenders of the Earth: Global killings of land and environmental defenders in 2016"

Author: Global Witness (United Kingdom)

In 2016, at least 200 land and environmental  defenders were murdered – the deadliest year on record. Not only is this trend growing, it’s spreading – killings were dispersed across 24 countries, compared  to 16 in 2015. With many killings unreported,...

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16 May 2016
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24 August 2015

San Miguel Corporation did not respond

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18 August 2015

Philippines: Bataan community face intimidation, evictions, environmental & health problems due to coal power plants construction - companies did not respond

photo credit: Nuclear Free Bataan Movement (NFBM)

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1 November 2013

Philippine Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda – company contributions to humanitarian aid (Nov 2013)

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

These are examples of significant company contributions to humanitarian aid through 13 November 2013. This is not a comprehensive list, and we will keep adding items as we find them. [refers to Aboitiz, ABS-CBN, Air Asia Zest, Air21, Apple, Google,...

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10 August 2010
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Author: ComunicaRSE

Uno de los principales objetivos de la empresa cervecera española Mahou [parte de grupo Mahou-San Miguel] es el incremento porcentual de la presencia de la mujer en la compañía, especialmente en aquellos puestos con menor representación femenina...la...

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25 July 2010

Environment groups tell SMC to stop Cotabato coal mining [Philippines]

Author: GMA News [Philippines]

San Miguel Corp... should rethink its plan to penetrate the coal-mining business, non-government organizations said over the weekend.”... San Miguel announced it will build a 300-megawatt coal-fired power plant in General Santos City in South Cotabato....

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7 August 2009

San Miguel food firm fined for waste-water violations [Vietnam]

Author: Veit Nam News

San Miguel Pure Foods Viet Nam has been fined VND106 million (US$6,000) for discharging more than 230,000 cu.m of waste water into the Thi Tinh River…the amount of pollutants from the waste water discharged into the Thi Tinh River was hundreds of times...

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