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20 June 2002
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Auteur: WWF

WWF today announced that 13 percent of the timber and wood products purchased by the G8 countries and China may be sourced or traded illegally, and urged these governments to implement responsible purchasing policies which support sustainable forest...

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20 June 2002
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Auteur: Henrykl Zientek, Huddersfield Daily Examiner [UK]

High street shops have scored poorly in a survey rating businesses on their support for ethical trading practices. The survey...awarded marks to businesses according to their stance on issues such as child labour, poverty wages and poor working...

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20 June 2002
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Auteur: Greenpeace

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19 June 2002
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Auteur: Jim Lobe, OneWorld US

...a United States discount-clothing retailer with almost 500 stores in 22 states and nearly $3 billion in sales last year [Ross Stores], has decided to sever ties with contractors in Burma in response to pressure from a boycott movement that supports...

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19 June 2002
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Auteur: BIAC (Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD)

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17 June 2002
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Auteur: Global Exchange

Groups Say Consumers Would Be Shocked to Learn How Bitterness of Exploitation Taints Their Favorite Chocolate - More than 200 religious organizations, labor, consumer, environmental, public health, and human rights groups are calling on M&M/Mars to...

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  • Entreprises concernées: Mars
Article
13 June 2002
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Auteur: UNITE - Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees

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6 June 2002
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Auteur: Free Burma Coalition

Apparel imports [into USA from Burma] plummet 35% as companies act on human rights, business uncertainty -...Concerned with human rights abuses including forced labor and forced child labor, dealing with a sudden cancellation of import licenses for...

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31 May 2002
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Auteur: Reuters

The European Parliament backed a report yesterday asking multinationals to assess the social and environmental impact of their businesses in annual reports...."Of 2,500 voluntary codes of conduct promoted by business, two thirds ignore internationally...

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31 May 2002
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Auteur: Richard Howitt, Member of the European Parliament

The European Parliament...has...voted for new legislation to require companies to publicly report annually on their social and environmental performance, to make Board members personally responsible for these practices, and to establish legal...

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