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23 May 2017

Why it’s getting harder (and more dangerous) to hold companies accountable

Author: Ciara Dowd, Legal Researcher & Elodie Aba, Interim Corporate Legal Accountability Project Manager, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Corporations are using defamation lawsuits to shut down their detractors—and the problem is only getting worse.

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11 February 2015

Oil, gas, mining & energy sectors (Myanmar Foreign Investment Tracking Project)

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9 February 2015

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3 February 2015

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Article
7 October 2009

Kingsnorth power station plans shelved by E.ON [UK]

Author: David Adam & Mark Tran, Guardian [UK]

Environmental campaigners were celebrating tonight after controversial plans for a new coal-fired power station at Kingsnorth in Kent were shelved, as the company behind the scheme…E.ON said recent falls in demand for electricity had forced it to...

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16 May 2007

Shell under fire over efforts to paint itself green

Author: Terry Macalister, Guardian [UK]

Shell came under fire at its annual meeting yesterday from environmental campaigners who accused it of peddling "shameful, absurd and misleading" adverts about its green credentials and of presiding over a growing number of oil spills and defying...

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24 August 2002

Business flourishes at Johannesburg summit

Author: Reuters

If the "People's Village" at the Earth Summit is any measure, big business has successfully muscled in on a convention to help the world's poor...Visitors to the vast exhibition tent...are assailed by glossy corporate brochures and snappy video clips...

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  • Related companies: BP
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23 August 2002

Big oil groups top league for 'greenwash'

Author: James Lamont, Financial Times

The big oil companies were some of the first multinationals to find themselves in the environmental "hall of shame" on Friday in the run up to next week's World Summit on Sustainable Development...Friends of the Earth singled out Shell, British...

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