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25 July 2017
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Author: Unicef

“Stand Up Mobile”...

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NGO rejoinder
25 July 2017

Chamber Watch rejoinder to Disney's non-response re conflict between its climate commitments and participation in US Chamber of Commerce

Author: Chamber Watch

It is unfortunate and disappointing that Disney does not find it necessary to explain their membership in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which lobbies against nearly all of Disney's corporate social responsibility commitments to the environment and...

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16 July 2017

NGOs urge Disney, Gap, Pepsi to stop US Chamber of Commerce participation given conflict with climate promises

A group of nearly 60 organizations are calling on Disney, Gap, and Pepsi to stop funding the US Chamber of Commerce, due to its position on climate change and public criticism of the Paris Agreement. In his speech announcing the decision to withdraw...

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Company non-response
13 July 2017

Disney non-response re conflict between its climate commitments and participation in US Chamber of Commerce

Author: Disney

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28 June 2017

John Ruggie analyses power of multinational firms - aims to bridge gap between voluntary & binding approaches

Author: John Ruggie, Harvard University, Regulation & Governance (Australia)

"Multinationals as global institution: Power, authority and relative autonomy", 27 June 2017...

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15 June 2017

After Paris, U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Members’ Reputations Are On The Line

Author: Senators Sheldon Whitehouse and Elizabeth Warren

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce...wields the largest lobbying force on Capitol Hill...The biggest benefit the Chamber offers is to let companies say one thing and do another. For example, Pepsi has committed to fighting climate change by reducing...

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2 June 2017
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2 June 2017

Tesla & Disney's CEOs quit Trump's business panel over Paris pullout

Author: Dominic Rushe, The Guardian (UK)

Two of the US's biggest business leaders, Tesla founder Elon Musk and Disney's Robert Iger, have quit Trump's high-powered business advisory panel after the president pressed ahead with plans to pull out of the Paris climate accord...The two...

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2 June 2017
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2 June 2017

‘Climate Change Is Real’: Many U.S. Companies Lament Paris Accord Exit

Author: Daniel Victor, The New York Times (USA)

Soon after President Trump announced that the United States would back out of the Paris climate accord, several large companies based in the United States that had supported the international pact said they were disappointed by the decision and would...

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