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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

Thank you,
Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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Article
29 June 2020

Orsted responds to BHRRC's new Renewable Energy and Human Rights Benchmark

Author: Max Hall, pv magazine

"Business & Human Rights Resource Centre investigates human rights issues in solar, wind", 29 June 2020...

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29 June 2020

Renewable energy sector falling short on human rights, putting efforts to tackle the climate crisis at risk

Author: 29/06/20 - BHRRC Press Release

New benchmark assesses 16 of the largest publicly-traded wind and solar producers

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23 September 2019
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11 October 2018

Will our future energy respect human rights?

Author: Eniko Horvath, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Renewable energy holds the promise of a cleaner, climate-friendly future. This is the time to show that it will also be a rights-respecting one.

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Article
13 October 2017

Danish company DONG Energy signals its shift to 100% renewable energy with new company name

Author: Business Wire

"DONG Energy Plans to Change Company Name to Ørsted", 2 October 2017...

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4 May 2017

Italy: Enel suspends imports of coal from Colombia following investigations into human rights violations

Italian multinational Enel announced that it has suspended imports of coal from the Cesar mining region in Colombia in light of investigations made into human rights violations that have taken place in its Colombian coal supply chain, as well as its de...

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13 February 2017
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Author: EnerGeek (France)

« Le spécialiste danois de l’éolien Dong Energy abandonnera le charbon d’ici 2023 », 8 février 2017...

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7 February 2012

DONG Energy response to SOMO report "The Black Box"

Author: DONG Energy

A minor detail we would like to correct is that the SOMO report states that our Code of Conduct is not public. This is not the case. The [Code] can be retrieved from our website...DONG Energy is committed to continuously improve the conditions at the...

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