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29 September 2015

93 companies sign letter committing to address environmental & societal challenges of climate change

Author: Paul Polman, Unilever & John Bryant, Kellogg Company (on behalf of 93 company signatories)

"The Case for Business Action on Climate Change", 24 Sep 2015...

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Article
1 July 2015

Why the US Supreme Court decision on gay rights was a business victory

Author: Alison Moodie, Guardian (UK)

"Beyond tweets and logos: why the Supreme Court decision on gay rights was a business victory"...

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Blog post
22 May 2015

Why companies need to see climate change as a human rights issue

Author: Eniko Horvath, Researcher, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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Article
19 May 2015

Commentary: Will businesses make broad commitments at Business & Climate Summit in Paris this week?

Author: Irit Tamir, Oxfam America

"Will Businesses ‘Walk the Walk’ and “Talk the Walk” on the Road to Paris?"...

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Article
8 May 2015

Companies comment on Ceres report findings

Author: Ucilia Wang, Guardian (UK)

"Food companies are unprepared for global water scarcity, says new report",...

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Article
29 April 2015

USA: DiversityInc publishes ranking of top 50 companies taking steps on diversity

Author: DiversityInc

"The 2015 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity", Apr 2015...

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Article
22 April 2015

USA: Fortune 500 companies demand climate action from Congress & Paris climate conference

Author: Climate Action Programme

"Earth Day: Fortune 500 firms marching on Capitol Hill", 22 Apr 2015...

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Story
22 April 2015

Weekly Update 22 Apr: New briefing: Business & human rights in Southeast Asia

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15 April 2015

Weekly Update 15 Apr: Indian govt. suspends Greenpeace's license & foreign funding

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Company response
10 April 2015

Kellogg response

Author: Kellogg

We understand that people expect social and environmental responsibility from their favorite brands and companies. They also care about where their food comes from and how it is grown. While we’re proud to see Oxfam’s latest scorecard recognizes our...

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