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1 September 2003
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Author: Confédération Internationale des Syndicats Libres

[Dans les] zones franches d.exportation (ZFE), ou "maquilas" ... la main-d'oeuvre reçoit des amphétamines afin de pouvoir travailler plus dur et plus rapidement, ... la violence et les abus sont le lot quotidien de milliers et de milliers de...

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1 August 2003

Matsushita/Panasonic Sustainability Report 2003

Author: Matsushita/Panasonic

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Article
13 December 2002

HAZARDOUS WASTE: Cell Phone Makers, Treaty Countries Join Forces

Author: UN Wire

Basel Convention countries and 10 cellular telephone makers agreed yesterday to cooperate on seeking environmentally friendly ways of disposing of and recycling telephones...The companies that signed the agreement are LG, Mitsubishi, Nokia, Samsung,...

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Article
21 September 2002

No trust without verification

Author: Tracey A. Swift, in Human Rights & Business Matters, Amnesty International UK Business Group Newsletter no. 6

Tracey A Swift, director of research at AccountAbility, argues that social reports must include external verification to be credible

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Article
18 June 2002

Three Companies Achieve Breakthrough in CRT Recycling

Author: GreenBiz

As concern and interest in recycling electronic products rise, Panasonic, Techneglas, and Envirocycle are collaborating to provide a model for the recycling of cathode ray tubes (CRTs) in televisions and computer monitors, and to demonstrate the cost...

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27 November 2001

press release: Computer Report Card released, Shows U.S. Companies Lagging Far Behind

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27 November 2001

full report: 2001 Clean Computer Report Card

Author: Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition

[evaluates 28 companies: Apple, Compaq, Dell, e-Machines, Gateway, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Lexmark, Micron, Viewsonic, Brother, Canon, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Matsushita/Panasonic, NEC, Oki, Seiko Epson (part of Seiko), Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, Philips, Daewoo,...

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Article
9 September 2001

Solar Power Is Reaching Where Wires Can't

Author: David Lipschultz, New York Times

Strategies Unlimited predicts that the leading companies in the industry, like the Royal Dutch/Shell Group, Siemens, BP, Sanyo Electric, Sharp, Kyocera and AstroPower, will continue to have revenue growth of about 20 percent a year from these markets....

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21 June 2001

EIA Announces Industry Pilot Project for Electronics Recycling

Author: Electronic Industries Alliance

The Electronic Industries Alliance, in cooperation with Canon, Hewlett Packard, JVC, Kodak, Nokia, Panasonic, Philips Electronics, Sharp, Sony, and Thomson, today announced the development of an innovative electronics collection and recycling pilot...

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