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2 July 2020

Transparency is crucial if Chinese companies are to mitigate deforestation risks from supply chains, blogger says

Author: Zhang Yige, China Dialogue

“How to eliminate the deforestation risks of palm oil imported to China?”, 24 June 2020...

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1 July 2020

Africa: Communities increasingly finding ways to challenge extractive projects contributing to climate change

Author: Pooven Moodley, Open Global Rights

‘Litigation to challenge large extractive projects is gaining traction in Africa’...

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Article
30 June 2020

Oxfam benchmark reveals supermarkets not doing enough to combat human rights issues in global supply chains

Author: Rosa Polaschek, Oxfam

“Which supermarkets are doing the most to protect the rights of food workers?”, 30 June 2020...

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30 June 2020

Mexico: 15 people killed in dispute linked to wind energy projects in Oaxaca

Author: The Guardian (UK)

"Fifteen people killed in Mexican village linked to windpower dispute", 23rd June 2020...

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30 June 2020

Laos: Residents complain about signboards written only in Chinese at business and construction sites

Author: Radio Free Asia

“Lao Residents Chafe at Chinese-Language Signs at Construction Sites, SEZs”, 26 June 2020...

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Article
29 June 2020

Enel 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 - Adam Barnett, Communications Officer, BHRRC

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

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Article
29 June 2020

Mizuho investors reject shareholder resolution on coal financing

Author: Bloomberg

"Mizuho Investors Reject Shareholder Climate Resolution", 24 June 2020...

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29 June 2020

Japan: Mizuho Financial Group faces shareholder resolution to halt coal financing

Several high-profile global investors introduced a shareholder resolution to halt Mizuho Financial Group's financing of coal projects. As part of the proposal, Mizuho would be required to disclose climate risks and publish a plan to ensure its...

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26 June 2020

Qatar: World Cup organising body announce one death & 1,100 COVID-19 infections among workers

1,100 of the 40,000 workers on World Cup sites have been infected with COVID-19 with one worker dying from the virus. The figures are only the second to be released publicly by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy since the outbreak of the...

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