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25 February 2020

BHRRC joins civil society call to renew mandate of UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders

Author: Intl. Service for Human Rights & 42 other NGOs

“Letter to Human Rights Council, 43rd Session: Support consensus renewal of the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defender”, 25 February 2020...

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Event
25 February 2020

Modern Slavery and Business: Where Next?

Seminar | 12 March | London

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25 February 2020

Global Witness briefing on why the EU needs to act to ensure companies are not harming people and planet

Author: Global Witness

It is time for the European Union to match its public commitments (UN 2030 agenda, the Paris climate agreement, and to become world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050) by acting swiftly to arrest the irreparable destruction and negative impac...

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25 February 2020

Canada: Teck Resources withdraws from oil sands mining project in Alberta, citing absence of a framework that reconciles resource development and climate change

- The project would have increased Canada’s oil production by about 5%, while destroying 24,000 acres of boreal forest and releasing millions of tons of climate-warming carbon dioxide every year...

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25 February 2020

Canada Oil-Sands Plan Collapses Over Politics and Economics

Author: Clifford Krauss, New York Times

24 Feb 2020...

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25 February 2020

‘Nail in the Coffin’: Era of Big Oil Sands Mines May Be Over

Author: Kevin Orland and Robert Tuttle, Bloomberg

24 Feb 2020...

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25 February 2020

Great Australian Bight: Equinor abandons controversial oil drilling plans

Author: BBC

Oil giant Equinor has abandoned controversial plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight in a move hailed by environmentalists as a "huge win"....

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25 February 2020

Equinor abandons plan to drill in the Great Australian Bight, saying it was not commercially competitive

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25 February 2020

Great Australian Bight: Equinor abandons plans to drill for oil

Author: Adam Morton, The Guardian

Norwegian oil giant Equinor has abandoned plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight, declaring the controversial project did not make commercial sense......

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25 February 2020
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Author: Thomas Feldhaus, CSR Reporter

Der nun von der Europäischen Kommission vorgelegt Report „Study on due diligence requirements through the supply chain“ zeigt den aktuellen Stand und will mögliche Handlungsoptionen aufzeigen. Demnach würde bislang nur jedes dritte Unternehmen in der...

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