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1 April 2015

Kellogg - 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report

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31 March 2015

Briefing: "Walking the Talk"

Author: Danielle Smith, Oxfam

Oxfam launched its award-winning international ‘Behind the Brands’ campaign in February 2013. It ranks the biggest international food and beverage companies, the ‘Big 10’, on the strength of their policies on transparency, women, agricultural workers,...

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31 March 2015

Blog: "How do your favourite foods rank now? Latest Behind the Brands scores revealed"

Author: Danielle Smith, Oxfam

In the year since the last annual update the Big 10 have, to varying extents, published new reports and commitments relating to the seven themes covered in the scorecard...Crucially, for all of the Big 10, the challenge is to implement commitments so...

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30 March 2015

Mining communities increasingly negotiating more successfully with companies, demanding better returns

Author: Firat Kayakiran and Andre Janse Van Vuuren, Business Day (South Africa)

'Community acceptance is the motherlode of mining', 30 March 2015: …While opposition to mines is nothing new, the issue is a growing concern for miners such as Anglo American, and executives are increasingly speaking out…Push-back has been growing...

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21 January 2015
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Author: Sophie Chapelle, Observatoire des multinationales (France)

« Sans étiquetage ni traçabilité, les nanotechnologies envahissent notre quotidien », 13 janvier 2015...

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16 December 2014

Commentary on food companies' commitments on climate change, land grabs & small-scale farmers

Author: Anna Kramer, Oxfam

"These 10 companies make a lot of the food we buy. Here’s how we made them better.", 10 Dec 2014...

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21 November 2014

[video] Veterans file class action lawsuit in USA against KBR over lung disease allegedly caused through service in Afghanistan & Iraq

Author: PBS Newshour

"Veterans claim contractor in charge of burn pits is responsible for lung illnesses", 17 Nov 2014...

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27 October 2014

Supermarkets' struggle for economic survival must not come at expense of human rights

Author: Eniko Horvath, Researcher on Western Europe & UN Guiding Principles, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The emergence of discount supermarkets has led to a price war on groceries, but with new reports of low wages in the tomato supply chain, retailers mustn’t neglect human rights.

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16 October 2014

Starbucks & Keurig Green Mountain provide training for coffee producers to improve living conditions

Author: Cheryl Baldwin, GreenBiz.com

"How Starbucks and Green Mountain serve up shared value", 16 Oct 2014...

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23 September 2014

Oxfam highlights advances by food companies on climate change, recommends further action

Author: Heather Coleman, Oxfam

"4 new ways food companies are tackling climate change—and 3 ideas to help them do even better", 22 Sep 2014...

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