Tecnología, telecomunicación y electrónicos
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Autor(a): UN Wire
A U.N. conference on technology and sustainable development opened Monday in Beijing with U.N. Undersecretary General Nitin Desai saying scientific advances that aid in balancing ecology and development should be made available to all. Specifically...
Autor(a): Lisa Napoli, MSNBC
Scattered across Northern India, Nepal and Bhutan are 32 settlement camps, home to more than 122,000 Tibetan exiles...Just last month, action was begun in earnest to install a computer in each of these settlements, and to wire each for Internet access....
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Autor(a): Robin Pomeroy, Reuters
The European Parliament is set to approve a law today making electrical equipment makers pay for dealing with their products when they have been thrown away, in Europe's biggest-ever drive to promote recycling.
Autor(a): Irwin Arieff, Reuters
A coalition of governments, businesses and public interest groups launched last week a global campaign to encourage companies to issue public reports on their impact on society and the environment [Global Reporting Initiative]...The GRI guidelines are...
Organisers of a world development summit to be held in Johannesburg later this year said yesterday it had secured more money from local firms but still lacked a third of funds needed to meet its budget...State-owned firms Eskom, the South African Post...
Autor(a): Adam Fendelman, ePrairie.com
Past and present employees of MCI and WorldCom in Chicago have banded together with some 150 others across the nation to levy a class action lawsuit for having allegedly faced sex, race, disability, age and religious discrimination on a daily basis.
Autor(a): Business for Social Responsibility
[refers to positive steps by Coca-Cola, Hewlett-Packard, Unilever, Anglo American, BHP Billiton, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Merck, DaimerChrysler, De Beers]
Autor(a): Oxford Analytica, prepared for International Business Leaders Forum and TimeFORTUNE
[refers to H.C. Stark of Germany (a subsidiary of Bayer AG), Ulba of Kazakhstan, and Cabot Corporation of the United States; French companies Safmarine, SDV-Transintra, Martinair; OSLEG, a company owned by Zimbabwe's army; Zimbabwean investor John...
Autor(a): U.N. Development Programme
UNDP and the Business Women's Network [parent company is New York-based iVillage] recently launched a new alliance to help expand women's entrepreneurship and HIV/AIDS education throughout Africa.
- También se encuentra en: New partnership promotes business for women and HIV/AIDS education in Africa