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13 May 2005

China's Use of Child Labor Emerges From the Shadows

Author: Ching-Ching Ni, Los Angeles Times [USA]

Statistics are hard to come by, but in some estimates, as many as 10 million school-age children are doing their part to turn China into a low-cost manufacturing powerhouse...poverty and lopsided development have driven a disproportionate number of...

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7 March 2005

France: Veolia Environnement works with govt. on pilot initiative to measure & reduce greenhouse gas emissions

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7 March 2005

Veolia Environnement is working alongside the Nice-Côte d'Azur Joint Local Authorities and the ADEME in a pilot cooperation initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Author: Veolia Environnement

The Nice-Côte d'Azur Joint Local Authorities (CANCA), the French Agency for the Environment and Energy Management (ADEME) and Veolia Environnement are undertaking a pilot initiative to carry out an in-depth study on emissions of CO2 and other...

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7 March 2005
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Author: Veolia Environnement

La Communauté d'Agglomération Nice-Côte-d'Azur (CANCA), l'Agence de l'Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l'Energie (ADEME) et Veolia Environnement s'engagent dans une démarche pilote afin de réaliser une étude approfondie sur les émissions de CO2 et d...

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16 February 2005

Kyoto opens new horizons for business

Author: John Zarocostas, UPI

There will be impacts on companies in meeting the new emission reduction cuts [under the Kyoto Protocol] said Bjorn Stigson, President World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). But Stigson was quick to add "we are also likely to see...

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5 February 2005

Veiled hopes [Saudi Arabia]: Women...are beginning to make their way in business, journalism and industry...Can the women who've been struggling for their rights regain lost ground?

Author: Natasha Walter, Guardian [UK]

Saudi Arabia's leading businesswoman, Lubna Olayan, addressed a mixed audience at an economic forum with her face uncovered, saying that her vision for her country was one in which "any Saudi citizen, irrespective of gender" could do any job. This was...

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22 January 2005

Corporate social responsibility called for in retail trade [Finland]

Author: Sanna Karlsson & Anton Hausen, Kehitys-Utveckling [Finland]

Finnish procurement is not...well developed...miscellaneous purchasing is typical...and that inevitably increases risks for ethical violations... Also compared to Swedish, German and French companies, Finnish companies have not actively signed...

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15 December 2004

Improving labour standards in the supply chain: Home workers

Author: Rachelle Jackson, director of research & development at CSCC (corporate social responsibility service provider), in Ethical Corporation

When examining supply chain labour standards, homework, or cottage industries, remain one of the great challenges for companies...[refers to Nike, B&Q (part of Kingfisher)]

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16 November 2004

Green practices good for business [China]

Author: Alan Nam, South China Morning Post

China: This year's Environmental Performance Grand Award winner was Hong Kong & China Gas (Towngas), which demonstrated strong management commitment to the environmental cause and initiated "landmark efforts to reduce waste"...Runner-up Neonlite...

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6 October 2004

GE [General Electric] Launches Healthcare and Education Initiative in Africa

Author: General Electric

GE [General Electric] has announced the launch of a five-year, $20 million humanitarian project that aims to bring improved healthcare provision and infrastructure to hospitals and clinics in Africa. Four GE businesses - GE Healthcare, GE Energy, GE...

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