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24 January 2002

FAO [UN Food and Agriculture Organization] urges countries to discontinue the use of chloramphenicol in animal production

Author: U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization

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24 January 2002

German-owned Spiegel Bans Burma Buys: Mail Order Giant is 28th Company to Refuse Business with Forced Labor Regime

Author: Free Burma Coalition

The Spiegel Group [which owns the retailer Eddie Bauer], a top U.S. mail-order retailer with nearly $4 billion in sales in 2000, has announced in a letter to the Free Burma Coalition it will not accept merchandise that is sourced from the Southeast...

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24 January 2002

Greenwash + 10: The UN's Global Compact, Corporate Accountability and the Johannesburg Earth Summit

Author: Kenny Bruno, CorpWatch

[includes reference to Nike]

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24 January 2002

Greenwash + 10: The UN's Global Compact, Corporate Accountability and the Johannesburg Earth Summit

Author: Kenny Bruno, CorpWatch

[includes reference to DaimlerChrysler]

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24 January 2002

Greenwash + 10: The UN's Global Compact, Corporate Accountability and the Johannesburg Earth Summit

Author: Kenny Bruno, CorpWatch

[includes references to Aventis]

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24 January 2002

Pioneering Conservation And Tourism Project Wins Innovative Private Sector Backing: New funding helps kick-start International Year of Ecotourism

Author: U.N. Environment Programme

The goal of developing sustainable tourism in some of the world's most beautiful, yet fragile natural environments received a major boost today...Aveda [part of Estée Lauder], the global cosmetics company, has agreed to give US $500,000 to the project...

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24 January 2002

More nooses found at Georgia Power plant [USA]

Author: AP

Georgia Power Co. said Wednesday that workers at one of its power plants have found five hangman's nooses, five months after a racial discrimination lawsuit against the company was denied class-action status. The lawsuit alleged Georgia Power...

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24 January 2002

Greenwash + 10: The UN's Global Compact, Corporate Accountability and the Johannesburg Earth Summit

Author: Kenny Bruno, CorpWatch

[includes references to Norsk Hydro]

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23 January 2002

World Economic Forum Global Health Initiative Rallies Private Sector to Fight Against HIV, TB and Malaria

Author: World Economic Forum

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23 January 2002

HIV/AIDS: KwaZulu-Natal To Provide Nevirapine Despite Federal Policy [South Africa]

Author: UN Wire

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