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Author: Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders
"...In 2015, our coalition the Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders – an informal group, facilitated by the World Economic Forum, of major global businesses from a range of sectors – called on governments to reach an ambitious climate deal, aligned with th...
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Report evaluating implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights by Norwegian-supported businesses in Tanzania & Mozambique
"UNGP, Human Rights and Norwegian Development Cooperation Involving Business"...
Africa: Initiative promoting export-oriented agribusiness "at the cost of local farmers" is losing ground, says columnist
Author: Flora Sonkin, in Oakland Institute
"Two Blows in a Row: The New Alliance for Food Security Loses Ground"...
Tanzania: Traditional seed exchange outlawed in law that favours multinational agribusinesses over local farmers; Syngenta comments
Author: Ebe Daems & Kweli Ukwethembeka Iqiniso, in Mondiaal Nieuws (Belgium)
"Tanzanian farmers are facing heavy prison sentences if they continue their traditional seed exchange"...
Author: Pascoe Sabido, Corporate Europe Observatory, on Guardian Sustainable Business (UK)
As the UN’s climate talks in Paris begin, the lobbying…from some of the biggest corporations responsible for climate change has gone into overdrive…“This issue is important for governments to address but it is far too important to leave to governments...