Your search returned 55 results. You are on page 6 of 6.
Author: Burma Campaign UK
[Companies on the list: Abercrombie & Kent, Adventures Abroad, Alcatel, Alexander Rose, Andrew Brock Travel, Aon Corporation, Aquatic, Arnold Laver Timberworld, Asean Explorer, Asia Optical, Audley Travel, Lauda Air (part of Austrian Airlines),...
- Related stories: New list of companies directly, indirectly linked to Burma, additions incl. Lloyd’s of London, Rolls Royce, Ericsson, Alcatel, Swift
- Related companies: A.P. Moller - Maersk Abercrombie & Kent ABN Amro Adventures Abroad Alcatel (now Alcatel-Lucent) Alexander Rose Aon Austrian Airlines British American Tobacco Carnival Citibank (part of Citigroup) Daewoo International (part of Posco) Deutsche Post DHL (part of Deutsche Post) Diethelm Keller DLH (Dalhoff Larsen & Horneman) Ericsson Fodors (part of Random House) HSBC Hutchison Whampoa Ivanhoe Mines Japan Airlines Kajima Leeward Capital Lloyd's of London Marubeni Mitsui Nippon Oil Noble Caledonia Norton Rose Orient Express P&O (part of Dubai World) Pan Macmillan (part of Macmillan) Petronas PricewaterhouseCoopers Random House Robbins Timber Rolls-Royce plc Schlumberger Sumitomo Metal Mining (part of Sumitomo Group) Suzuki Swift (co-operative) Timbmet Total Unocal (part of Chevron) Willis WPP Yangon Airways
Author: Dr. David Suzuki, Science Matters
A recent study has found that air pollution spreads well beyond city limits...Ozone, global warming and smog are all problems that result from our intensive use of fossil fuels.
ICFTU releases background report on Burma and more names of companies linked to the country...as the regime increases its anti-democracy campaign
Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
the ICFTU is publishing a document about the very serious human rights violations taking place there every day: forced labour, torture, confiscation of land, forced movement of people, and other crimes and abuses...The updated list names 375...
Author: Takeshi Suzuki, special to The Daily Yomiuri [Japan]
[remarks by Richard Evanoff, an associate professor of environmental ethics in the department of international politics, economics, and business at Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan]
Author: Free Burma Coalition
- Related companies: Suzuki