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Autor(a): Robert D Bullard [Director of the Environmental Justice Resource Centre at Clark Atlanta University in the USA], Mail & Guardian [Johannesburg]
Environmental racism affects individuals, groups or communities differentially, based on race or colour. It combines with public policies and industry practices to provide benefits for corporations, while shifting the costs to people of colour. It...
Autor(a): Natural Resources Defense Council
Report debunks myth that high-tech industry is strain on California's energy resources: The Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group (SVMG) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) released today the first independent assessment of California's...
Autor(a): Pan American Health Organization
The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and IBM announced today an extension of a three-year joint project to increase access and enhance the use of information technology by healthcare professionals throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
- También se encuentra en: PAHO and IBM Collaborating to Enhance Health Services and Information Technology For Latin America and Caribbean Nations
- Empresas relacionadas: IBM
Autor(a): Environment News Service
Electronics assembly firms have made a global alliance to plan an early transition to the use of lead free solders in electrical and electronic equipment.
Autor(a): Anjuli Bose, Earth Times News Service
The Xerox Corporation has settled with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on charges that it failed to inspect vats of waste and monitor air emissions from containers and equipment at its facility in Webster, New York. The company has agreed to...
- Empresas relacionadas: Xerox
Autor(a): Lili Beit, Inter Press Service