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22 July 2009

Water Company Disclosure is Murky, Investors Must Press for Major Improvements In Investor- and Publicly-Owned Utilities' Reporting

Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) [USA]

… most investor-owned water utilities have a long way to go in order to provide adequate environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure to investors, according to a major new study from the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)...

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22 May 2005
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Author: Public Citizen, traduction par et sur le site de l'Association pour le Contrat Mondial de l'Eau

Malgré les antécédents mondiaux de corruption de Veolia, de promesses non tenues, la dégradation environnementale, les prix exponentiels, l’opacité, les erreurs de conduites et les secrets, la plus grande société d'eau du monde continue à trouver l...

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1 February 2005

Veolia Environnement: A corporate profile - A special report by Public Citizen's Water for All program

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1 February 2005

[PDF] Veolia Environnement: A corporate profile - A special report by Public Citizen's Water for All program

Author: Public Citizen

Despite Veolia's global track record of corruption, broken promises, environmental degradation, price-gouging, obfuscation, misdirection and secrecy, the world's largest water company continues to enjoy substantial support within powerful pockets of...

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11 July 2004

Water wars: California's 'liquid gold' shouldn't be entrusted to private conglomerates

Author: Joseph W. Cotchett, attorney at Cotchett, Pitre, Simon & McCarthy, former chairman of the California State Parks Commission, in San Francisco Chronicle

In the United States, 85 percent of water utilities are still public-owned, but that figure could change rapidly as multinational corporations such as France's Vivendi Universal and Germany's RWE swallow up smaller, locally run utilities around the...

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