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Artículo
16 June 2001
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Autor(a): Japan Times

Plaintiffs in a 12-year court battle over air pollution from factory smoke [including from factories of electric power company, steel companies, chemical companies, gas company] in Nagoya have agreed to a settlement totaling 1.52 billion yen, sources...

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Artículo
12 June 2001
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Autor(a): Mark Thomsen, SocialFunds.com

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Artículo
11 June 2001
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Autor(a): Reuters

The government of Cameroon has slapped sanctions on 65 logging companies for violating regulations on the exploitation of forests

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Demanda
11 June 2001
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Autor(a): Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Between 1938 and 1968, the wastewater from Chisso Corporation’s chemical factory in the Kumamoto district of Japan flowed into Minamata Bay.  This wastewater contained mercury.  In 1956, a doctor at Chisso’s factory reported increased cases of individ...

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Artículo
10 June 2001
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Autor(a): BBC News

A Geneva-based Gypsy - or Roma - organisation is planning to sue the technology giant IBM over its alleged role in aiding the Nazi Holocaust

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Historia
10 June 2001
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Artículo
7 June 2001
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Autor(a): Reuters

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said yesterday that roughly 80 percent of the nation's 152 refineries are violating pollution laws, and the agency is having trouble keeping up.

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Artículo
7 June 2001
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Autor(a): U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Retailer to Pay $1 Million Fine, Establish Environmental Management Plan

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Demanda
5 June 2001
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Autor(a): Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

In 2000, Jacques Hoffmann, a prospective employee of South African Airways (SAA), filed a lawsuit in the Witwatersrand High Court, South Africa, against SAA, a subsidiary of the state-owned Transnet Corporation.  Hoffmann alleged that SAA’s employment...

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Artículo
4 June 2001
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Autor(a): Chris McGreal, Guardian [UK]

South Africans seek belated compensation [from British company Cape PLC] for their apartheid-era exploitation

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