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Principes de l'ONU pour l'investissement responsable

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8 October 2012
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Auteur: Sophia Grene, Financial Times

On paper, the UN’s Principles for Responsible Investment look successful...However, there is a gap between signing up to a set of principles that state...that one’s investments should not infringe human rights or worsen climate change...and doing...

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3 August 2012
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Auteur: Robert Goodland, for Ikv Pax Christi

…If the principles of conservation of natural and social capital, reducing risk, deepening democracy, and exercising caution are to be given priority, now might not be the best time to encourage investment in the mining sector. Further work needs to be...

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6 May 2012
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Auteur: Mike Scott, Financial Times

For the past decade, investors have asked the companies they invest in to disclose their carbon emissions through the Carbon Disclosure Project. Now moves are afoot to get those investors to do some disclosure of their own. An initiative called the...

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26 March 2012
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Auteur: NEI Investments

We believe that the UN could advance the human rights agenda as well as the implementation of the Guiding Principles by explicitly addressing the role of investors in supporting the corporate duty to respect human rights...[The] Guiding Principles do...

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22 March 2012
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Auteur: Burma Environmental Working Group

Today, the Burma Environmental Working Group (BEWG)...issues its Benchmarks for Investment in Burma’s Energy, Extractive and Land Sectors to serve as a framework for responsible investment in critical sectors in Burma. The release of the benchmarks...

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19 January 2012
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Auteur: Pensions and Capital Stewardship Project, Labor & Worklife Program, Harvard Law School [USA]; IRRC Institute [USA]

Nine companies this month launched a process to test newly-developed Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to assess reputational risks and operational shortcomings associated with labor and human rights factors in corporate supply chains. Collectively,...

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13 December 2011
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Auteur: Rob Lake, Director of Strategic Development for UN Principles for Responsible Investment in Responsible Investor

[In the fourth RI-TV free-to-air interview special recorded at ESG USA 2011, Rob Lake, Director of Strategic Development for the United Nations-backed Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), says there is still a certain amount of uncertainty and...

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8 December 2011
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Auteur: Robert Walker, NEI Investments

We commend the Working Group’s initiative to engage stakeholder input on the work plan…We believe that actively incorporating the investor perspective is an important element for the successful implementation of the “Protect, Respect and Remedy” ...

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1 December 2011
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Auteur: Alejandro Teitelbaum, Melik Özden, CETIM

This report attempts to bring up to date the booklet entitled Transnational Corporations and Human...

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18 August 2011
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Auteur: Jaya Ramachandran, International News Magazine [Australia]

A new study is asking the European Parliament, European Union member states and European civil society organizations to push for regulatory measures targeted at Europe-based companies engaged in oil exploration in sub-Saharan Africa...The study follows...

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