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13 June 2006
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Auteur: Kevin Kelleher, CorpWatch

The atmosphere...in Wilmington, Delaware, where Coca-Cola was holding its 2006 shareholder meeting...wasn’t the kind of festivity Coke ever asked for – or wanted...[H]undreds of corporate boards have spent the spring proxy season facing challenges of...

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9 June 2006
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9 June 2006
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Auteur: Computer TakeBack Campaign & As You Sow Foundation

[table comparing recycling programmes of Apple, Dell, HP]

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1 June 2006
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1 June 2006
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Auteur: Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition

This book is the first comprehensive examination of the impacts of electronics manufacturing on workers and local environments around the world... The book's twenty-five chapters not only document the unsustainable practices of the growing electronics...

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1 June 2006
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Auteur: Human Rights Campaign

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26 April 2006
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Auteur: Pete Mortensen, Wired News [USA]

Despite its image as a progressive corporate citizen, Apple Computer had one of the worst recycling records in the American PC industry -- until last week. But even after Apple unveiled its first free computer recycling program Friday, it still falls...

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9 March 2006
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9 March 2006

Haute technologie, hautement toxique ! Greenpeace appelle l'industrie électronique à la responsabilité

Auteur: Greenpeace France

A l'occasion du CeBIT, le plus grand salon international de l'électronique qui se tient à Hanovre, les militants de Greenpeace...[tiennent à] rappeler qu'avec le développement des outils électroniques toujours plus rapides, plus compacts, plus...

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9 March 2006
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Auteur: Greenpeace

Electronics giant Hewlett Packard has risen to the challenge we set them and committed to a phase out plan for a range of hazardous chemicals in its products...HP joins big industry names like Sony, Nokia, Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson who are leading...

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