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19 January 2004
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Autor(a): Alison Maitland, Financial Times

The study of 11 of the biggest companies in the sector says Hewlett-Packard and Nokia are the best performers overall, although both are better at managing environmental challenges than labour standards. Siemens is in the poorest performing category on...

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14 January 2004
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Autor(a): Corydon Ireland, Democrat & Chronicle

[USA]: Eastman Kodak Co. and Xerox Corp. have joined a voluntary federal program designed to reduce greenhouse gases emitted by private industry. [also refers to IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Miller Brewing (part of SABMiller), US Steel]

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1 January 2004
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Autor(a): Leslie Byster & Ted Smith, Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, in Hazards magazine [UK]

The clean industry could have a dark and dirty secret. From Silicon Glen in Scotland to Silicon Plateau in India, there are serious concerns about the long term health and environmental impact of the microelectronics industry... Clean up your computer,...

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28 December 2003
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Autor(a): Daphne Eviatar, in Boston Globe

Since 1996, close to two dozen cases have been filed against major multinationals [in U.S. courts under the Alien Tort Claims Act] - including Royal Dutch/Shell, which is accused of complicity in the execution of Nigerian activist Ken Saro-Wiwa; Unocal...

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22 December 2003
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Autor(a): Laurie J. Flynn, New York Times

The trial of two retired I.B.M. factory workers accusing the company of knowingly exposing them to dangerous chemicals [causing them to develop cancer] adjourned for the holidays last week after more than seven weeks of testimony. As the plaintiffs...

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25 September 2003
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Autor(a): William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Innovest adds social considerations to its environmental assessment in its recent computer industry report, and sustainability still outperforms business-as-usual...Hewlett-Packard ranked first on the IVA scale...IBM placed second on the IVA list...and...

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23 September 2003
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Autor(a): Daniel Sorid, Reuters

The first of about 250 worker health lawsuits filed against IBM across the country reaches a critical juncture in a California court this month, when a judge rules on whether to let the case of four cancer-stricken former employees go to trial

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17 September 2003
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Autor(a): World Resources Institute

The World Resources Institute (WRI) and the 12 members of its Green Power Market Development Group today announced 97 megawatts (MW) of groundbreaking green power deals. The purchases include the largest corporate fuel cell and renewable energy...

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9 September 2003
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Autor(a): International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

This report, published in the run-up to the forthcoming Ministerial Conference of the WTO taking place in Cancun, Mexico, from 10-14 September 2003, highlights the stark reality of these export processing zones, which symbolise of the global primacy of...

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1 September 2003
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Autor(a): IBM

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