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16 January 2018
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Author: T-Online

Der norwegische Pensionsfonds, einer der größten Staatsfonds der Welt, zieht sich wegen ethischer Bedenken aus mehreren Firmen zurück. Die Beteiligungen an neun Unternehmen würden aufgegeben, ein weiteres kritisch beobachtet, teilte die norwegische...

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16 January 2018

Norway: Oil fund to exclude co's due to environmental & human rights risks

Author: Dominic Chopping, Fox Business

Norges Bank Investment Management, the arm of Norway's central bank that manages the country's $1.1 trillion oil fund, said Tuesday that it has excluded a further nine companies from the fund on ethical grounds......

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23 August 2017

Plans for Tokyo & Los Angeles Olympics aim to minimize negative impacts on local communities & the environment

Author: Matthew Ponsford, Thomas Reuters Foundation (USA)

"Interview- Future Olympics: no evictions, no grand designs", 3 August 2017...

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30 April 2017

Vietnam Investment Group response

Author: Vietnam Investment Group

25 April 2017...

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12 January 2017

USA: Colorado Springs residents claim power plants are causing major health problems

Author: The Denver Post

"Colorado Springs wrestles with sulfur dioxide pollution from central coal-fired power plant", 15 January 2017...

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12 July 2016

Addressing Workers’ Rights in the Engineering and Construction Sector: Opportunities for Collaboration

Author: Jean-Baptiste Andrieu, Aude Ucla & Michaela Lee, Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)

BSR conducted research to assess the feasibility of setting up a collaborative initiative that would address challenges that engineering and construction companies face to uphold workers’ rights in their operations and subcontracting supply chains......

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28 June 2016

Green businesses react to Brexit & consider what it will mean for the energy & utilities sector

Author: edie newsroom (UK)

"The green business reaction: Could Brexit 'erode' environmental policies?," 24 Jun 2016...

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15 July 2015

Senate FIFA Inquiry to Include Plight of Construction Workers in Qatar

Author: Barry Meier, New York Times

...On Wednesday, a United States Senate subcommittee is expected to examine those issues [situation of migrant construction workers in Qatar] as part of a hearing into the corruption scandal surrounding FIFA, soccer’s international governing body. The...

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Company non-response
4 December 2013

AECOM did not respond to: Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand Govts. call on Laos to submit Don Sahong Dam to intergovernmental assessment, citing potentially high impact on fisheries.

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4 October 2013

Controversial Don Sahong Dam closer to construction (Laos)

Author: Milton Osborne, Interpreter (Australia)

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited AECOM, Mega First and SMEC to respond. AECOM and SMEC declined to respond. Mega First did not respond - article with company comment provided.] [The Don Sahong] dam has been a matter of controversy...

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