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Article
16 January 2018
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Author: T-Online

Der norwegische Pensionsfonds, einer der größten Staatsfonds der Welt, zieht sich wegen ethischer Bedenken aus mehreren Firmen zurück. Die Beteiligungen an neun Unternehmen würden aufgegeben, ein weiteres kritisch beobachtet, teilte die norwegische...

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Article
29 June 2017

Norwegian sovereign wealth fund places Hansae apparel maker "under observation" over concerns re labour rights abuses in factories

Author: Norges Bank Investment Management

Decision to place companies in the portfolio of the government pension fund global under observation...

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Article
13 June 2017

Norway's sovereign wealth fund will ask banks in which it has invested to disclose how their lending contributes to greenhouse gas emissions

Author: Gwladys Fouche, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Norway's $960 billion sovereign wealth fund will ask the banks in which it has invested to disclose how their lending contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, its chief executive told Reuters on Friday. The world's largest wealth fund...has in the...

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26 May 2017
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Article
10 March 2017

Norway: Govt. pension fund drops 10 firms due to links to coal, engages with textile sector on protection of refugee workers in Turkey

Author: Gwladys Fouche, Reuters

"Norway's $900 billion fund drops 10 more firms with links to coal", 7 Mar 2017...

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Report
11 December 2016

Palm Oil's Black Box - How agribusiness giant Olam’s emergence as a major palm oil trader is putting forests in Southeast Asia and Gabon at risk

Author: Mighty (USA) and Brainforest (Gabon)

...Olam failed to publicly disclose the names of its suppliers, the locations of its mills, or any information about supplier performance on sustainability, creating a massive black box that could be hiding deforestation, peatland clearance, and human...

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Story
5 December 2016

Australia Institute urges Norges Bank to divest from offshore centres over alleged arbitrary detention & human rights abuse of asylum seekers & refugees

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Company response
5 December 2016

Response by Norges Bank Investment Management

Author: Norges Bank Investment Management

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Report
5 December 2016

Report: Ill-treatment of asylum seekers in offshore immigration camps makes Norges Bank’s investment in Ferrovial & Broadspectrum risky

Author: Brynn O’Brien, Australia Institute

“Companies and the Australian immigration detention system: Profiting from human rights abuse,” November 2016...

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Article
5 December 2016

Norges Bank refers ownership of Ferrovial to ethics panel for acquiring controversial dentention centre operator Broadspectrum

Author: Daniel Brooksbank, Responsible Investor (UK)

“Norges Bank refers its ownership of Spanish infra firm Ferrovial to ethics panel,” 28 Nov 2016...

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