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Author: Bangkok Post
Will petition PM as he pays visit today: Civic activists are prepared to greet Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra who is scheduled to visit the province today, by handing him a petition opposing a biomass power plant project. Plueng Khongkaew, a leader...
Author: Charlie Cray, Multinational Monitor
No single company benefits more from the IFC’s [International Finance Corporation's] generosity than Arlington, Virginia-based Applied Energy Services (AES), the largest independent power producer in the world.
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Author: Antoine Mach
[PDF] [fait référence à Nestlé, Novartis, UBS, Credit Suisse, ABB, Coop, Migros, Switcher, Veillon]
Author: Antoine Mach, study commissioned by Antenna International
[PDF] [refers to Nestlé, Novartis, UBS, Credit Suisse, ABB, Coop, Migros, Switcher, Veillon]
Author: United Nations, prepared in advance of the World Conference Against Racism
Discrimination is Everybody's Business: From Discrimination to Diversity - A Corporate Led Initiative in the Framework of the UN Global Compact - The World Conference Against Racism...is the launching ground for this initiative...The six companies...
Dutch chemicals group DSM NV said yesterday it and German technology group Siemens had signed an agreement to cooperate on plants that turn recycled paper waste into fuel.
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Europe's second biggest listed utility, Germany's E.ON, said yesterday that by 2006 most of its power generation will not produce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions thanks to recent changes in its fuel base following agreements with foreign utilities.
- Related companies: E.ON
EPA [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency] pollution limits draw fire from DOE [U.S. Department of Energy] - sources
Author: Chris Baltimore, Reuters
The Bush administration is divided over how far the federal government should go to cut power plant emissions at a time when electricity supplies are tight, environmental groups and congressional sources said yesterday.
The German energy industry was firmly at loggerheads with government and European Commission officials Tuesday over plans to introduce an EU state-wide, company-based emissions trading system by 2005.