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Author: Andrea Needham, The Canary (UK)
" An oil giant gets permission to go after the Scottish government for breaching its 'human rights' ", 25 Feb 2018...
Author: The National
FOSSIL fuel giant Ineos has won the right to a judicial review of the Scottish Government’s decisions that have effectively banned fracking. The company which runs the Grangemouth oil refinery has also won the chance to sue the Government for damages...
- Related companies: INEOS
Author: Alistair Osborne, Telegraph (UK)
Ineos has told workers it will close its Grangemouth petro-chemicals plant after they refused to sign up to a cost-cutting plan deemed vital for its survival...Grangemouth Petrochemicals chairman, told a meeting of about 700 workers at the Scottish...
- Related in-depth areas: Latest news on freedom of association
- Related companies: PetroChina (part of China National Petroleum Corporation)
Author: Nadene Ghouri, Daily Mail online [UK]
We’re in a field of cotton that should be ready to harvest. But there’s nothing to reap...Radha picks up a handful of soil. The surface has a faintly visible white crust...it has the same caustic smell as the water, a bit like paint stripper.....
- Related companies: Ineos Chlor
Author: CBI Climate Change Task Force
[Task force members: BT, Barclays, McKinsey, BP, Ineos ChlorVinyls, Ford, RWE npower, London Stock Exchange, Sun Microsystems, Tesco, Aviva, Taylor Wimpey, Rolls-Royce, Bio Group, Shell, Corus, British Airways, Siemens UK]
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- Related companies: Aviva Barclays BP British Airways BT Corus Group Ford Ineos Chlor London Stock Exchange McKinsey npower (part of RWE) Rolls-Royce plc RWE Shell Siemens Sun Microsystems Taylor Wimpey Tesco
Author: Confederation of British Industry
Chairmen and Chief Executives from some of the UK’s biggest companies have attended the inaugural meeting of the CBI's climate change task force. The new group, chaired by BT Chief Executive Ben Verwaayen, has been established to set the agenda on how...
- Related stories: UK: 2 new business initiatives to tackle climate change - launched by investment banks & by Confederation of British Industry members incl. BT, Barclays, Tesco, Rolls-Royce
- Related companies: Aviva Bank Sarasin Barclays BP British Airways BT Corus Group Credit Suisse George Wimpey HSBC Ineos Chlor McKinsey Merrill Lynch (part of Bank of America) Morgan Stanley Rolls-Royce plc RWE Shell Siemens Société Générale de Surveillance (SGS) Sun Microsystems Tesco
Author: David Gow, Guardian [UK]
A review of the workings of the European Pollutant Emission Register, set up earlier this year, found a handful of plants operated by big companies, mainly in the chemicals and metals industries, are responsible for a large amount of air and water...
Author: Friends of the Earth
The amount of cancer-causing chemicals being released by Britain's biggest factories has fallen by almost 40 per cent over the last three years according to an analysis of official pollution data by Friends of the Earth, published today. But the...