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13 December 2019
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11 December 2019

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11 December 2019

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30 November 2019
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Author: Climática – Lamarea.com

“El lugar más árido del planeta está amenazado por culpa de la gran demanda de vehículos eléctricos y teléfonos inteligentes” – 29 de noviembre de 2019...

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20 November 2019
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Apenas dos semanas después de someterse al Examen Periódico Universal, en la tercera reelección de Evo Morales y las denuncias de irregularidades registradas tras las elecciones presidenciales, se desataron protestas sociales por la llegada al poder de...

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20 November 2019
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18 October 2019

Ecopro did not respond

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Ecopro to respond. Ecopro did not respond

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18 October 2019

GEM did not respond

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited GEM to respond. GEM did not respond

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18 October 2019

Report raises concerns about potential complicity in corruption among companies buying cobalt from DRC

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11 August 2019
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Author: Economía Hoy (México)

“Grandes mineras difieren sobre cómo abordar la demanda del mercado de baterías”, 5 de agosto de 2019...

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