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Why Corporate Bodies Are Turning Green [Kenya]

Author: Jeff Otieno, The Nation [Nairobi], Published on: 20 September 2001

Executives today are increasing turning to issues of pollution, global warming and poverty in high-powered meetings, such as the World Trade Organisation, the Group of 7 industrialised nations and Unep conferences. This is with the aim of not only improving their overall image but, also, their gross profits...In Kenya, complaints about companies destroying the environment are numerous. Some of the companies targeted for condemnation are Webuye's Pan Paper Mills, Athi River Mining Factory, Kamiti Tanary, Thika Tanary and Kell Chemicals.

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