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Author: Penelope Simons, Canadian Consortium on Human Security, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia
Part I of this paper examines how transnational corporate activity can violate or contribute to violations of human rights and human security...Part II...examines the relationship between the regulation of international trade, TNC activity under trade...
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...
Author: UK Dept. for Intl. Development (DfID), Intl. Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM), UNCTAD, UNEP
The Good Practice website been jointly developed by the ICMM, UNCTAD, UNEP and DfID and is designed to provide access to a library of good practice guidelines, standards, case studies, legislation, and other relevant material that are leading examples...
Author: Nick Mathiason, Observer
But could this sector be going mainstream? Tomorrow Britain's biggest supermarket, Tesco, will launch its own-label fair trade brand, taking its range to 60 products. [also refers to Co-operative Group, Union Coffee Roasters]
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Environment (UNCTAD) has released new guidelines on eco-efficiency indicators that link the environmental performance of corporations to their financial performance. The guidelines have now been adopted by...
[PDF] Following up the World Summit for Sustainable Development Commitments on Corporate Social Responsibility
Author: Fanny Calder & Dr. Malaika Culverwell, Royal Institute of International Affairs
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Author: UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development)
Author: Ann Zammit, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) & South Centre
In recent years the United Nations (UN) has increasingly engaged in what it refers to as partnership with the private sector in order to hasten the achievement of the development goals of the United Nations (UN). This idea underpins the United Nations...
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