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28 September 2018

So. Africa: Funeral industry association says parlours could be contaminating Vaal River through hazardous effluent

Author: Naledi Shange, Herald Live (So. Africa)

"Funeral parlours could be adding to contamination of Vaal River"...

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8 March 2018

USA: Court says religious rights cannot justify gender identity discrimination; rules in favour of unfairly dismissed transgender worker

Author: Daniel Wiessner, Jonathan Stempel, Reuters

"U.S. appeals court says civil rights law covers transgender workers", 7 Mar 2018...

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8 March 2017

British consumer co-operative to offer employment for victims of modern slavery

Author: Belfast Telegraph

"Co-op to offer jobs to survivors of modern slavery", 3 March 2017...

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8 July 2009
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Author: Le Moniteur [France]

Le Cercle de Grenelle se veut un lieu d'échange entre les membres fondateurs de l'Institut de la Gestion Déléguée, dirigeants d'entreprises publiques et privées dont Eiffage, Bouygues et Vinci. Il devrait, d'après ses initiateurs, « favoriser le...

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6 October 2006

European Union Is An Unwelcome Guest At the Irish Wake - Regulators Consider Banning Toxic Embalming Fluids

Author: Marc Jacoby, Wall Street Journal

Because [embalming] fluid contains formaldehyde, which is poisonous, European Union regulators are considering banning the chemical as a potential threat to human health and the environment. Among the worries, environmentalists say: decaying bodies...

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20 November 2003

Big business: Companies profit from racial diversity

Author: Alison Maitland, Financial Times

Patricia Hewitt, the UK trade and industry secretary, last month wrote to 500 corporate leaders urging them to take racial equality seriously for the sake of their businesses...Too few companies had yet grasped the business case, she said...only 18...

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7 March 2002

Court [in UK] rules against seizure of Amazonian timber

Author: Stefano Ambrogi, Reuters

Greenpeace says its bid to force the [UK] government to impound an imported cargo of Amazonian mahogany has failed in the High Court...The importing agent in Britain, Alan Thomas Craig, declined to comment on the case.

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25 October 2001

New report details global trade in illegal Amazon mahogany

Author: Greenpeace

Brazilian government suspends all mahogany logging and transport -...illegalities include logging in Indian lands, which is strictly prohibited...The mahogany is given the appearance of being legal by falsified paperwork, then is exported by these...

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