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27 September 2017

SC statement on Human Rights Watch report

Author: Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (Qatar)

The SC is committed to promoting and protecting the welfare, health and safety of all workers building stadiums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup™. We acknowledge the concerns raised by Human Rights Watch (HRW), which we have discussed at length with HRW...

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25 September 2011

Companies act on suppliers’ green credentials

Author: Pilita Clark, Financial Times

Leading companies are starting to monitor everything from a camel’s yearly methane emissions to light bulb efficiencies amid growing pressure to demonstrate the environmental credentials of their suppliers. Almost 40 per cent of multinational...

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2 March 2007

European Lighting Industry Agrees to Push Energy-Saving Bulbs

Author: Toby Sterling, Associated Press

The...three largest light bulb makers said…they will push European consumers to switch to energy-saving bulbs in a bid to cut carbon dioxide emissions…The statement by the European Lamp Companies [ELC] Federation, whose members include General...

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30 November 2005

A Light Bulb Turns On: Goldman Sachs First Investment Bank to Adopt Environmental Policy

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Last week, Goldman Sachs followed in the footsteps of global financial institutions Citigroup, Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase in adopting a comprehensive environmental policy. The policy combines important philosophical statements, for example...

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27 January 2002

Company Fined $12,000 After Worker's Toes Amputated [New Zealand]

Author: New Zealand Occupational Safety & Health Service

A Balclutha company was fined $12,000 after being prosecuted by the Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH) today. Van Zanten New Zealand Ltd [part of Royal Van Zanten], a bulb growing company, were fined after a worker had his foot crushed and...

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18 December 2001

Workers Sue Philips Lighting [USA]

Author: Vicki Smith, Associated Press

Hundreds of former light bulb factory workers who say they were exposed to mercury, arsenic and other toxic chemicals sued Philips Lighting Co. and several other companies Tuesday...The previous owners - Westinghouse Electric Corp., which opened the...

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