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Author: Sonia Hierzig, Senior Projects Manager, Climate Change, ShareAction
For other companies not inherently high-carbon, many of the solutions needed are still in the research and development process and far from being commercially viable.
Many segments of the business and human rights field have been co-opted & captured by corporate actors
Author: Benjamin Hoffman, Human Rights Clinic of Columbia Law School
Antonella Angelini speaks with Benjamin Hoffman, a lawyer specialising in international human rights law and corporate accountability. He was Amazon Staff Attorney with EarthRights International from 2011 to 2013. He is now the Acting Director of Columbia Law School’s Human Rights Clinic.
Civil society organisations urge Standard Bank & Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. to withdraw role in Uganda-Tanzania oil pipeline due to alleged human rights concerns
"International Call on Banks: Don’t finance the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline"
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Author: Just Share (South Africa)
‘Why shareholders should vote FOR South Africa’s first shareholder resolution calling for climate risk disclosure’ 7 May 2019...
So. Africa: Major banks pulling out of funding coal-fired plants due to environmental & social concerns
Author: Amanda Watson, The Citizen (South Africa)
‘Standard Bank joins banks not financing ‘dirty’ coal-fired power plants’ ...
Author: Open For Business (USA)
"Channels of Influence: How Companies Can Promote LGBT+ Inclusive Societies", Mar 2019...
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Author: Greg Stohr, Bloomberg
The U.S. Supreme Court opened some American-based international organizations to lawsuits, ruling that a World Bank affiliate must defend against allegations it is responsible for environmental damage caused by a power plant in India…The decision could...
Kenya: Govt. investigations agency recommends prosecution of five banks for alleged complicity in loss of public funds
Author: Brian Ngugi, Business Daily (Kenya)
"DCI probe recommends charges on 5 top banks, officials over Sh8bn NYS fraud"...
Author: Julien Vincent, Asia Times
"Standard Chartered tries to have it both ways on coal", 21 January 2019...
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Author: FMO (The Netherlands)
"Human Rights: An integral part of our investment approach - Human rights progress report", 18 Dec 2018...