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Genocide in Darfur — No business with death

  • 29 October 2007

The genocide in Darfur relies mainly on the income of the Sudanese government from the oil industry. Involved are also Swiss financial institutions such as UBS or Credit Suisse which in total hold around 6 billion US dollars worth of…

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Gap launches inquiry into child labour claims

  • 29 October 2007

The high street clothing chain Gap has called an emergency meeting with suppliers to investigate new allegations of forced child labour being used in the manufacture of their clothes. Gap has barred thousands of clothes in transit to their shops…

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Wal-Mart & Microsoft’s new cleantech deals

  • 25 October 2007

Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) today both announced progressive new clean technology programs at the Cleantech Forum in Toronto. In front of a room of 400 investors, government representatives and other executives, the two companies separately described projects…

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Ranking Ethique Covalence 3ème trimestre 2007

  • 25 October 2007

La société genevoise Covalence publie aujourd’hui son ranking trimestriel de réputation éthique, qui classe les entreprises enregistrant le meilleur score et celles ayant le plus progressé au cours du troisième trimestre 2007. Un aperà§u des thèmes chauds est donné. Les…

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Covalence Ethical Ranking 3rd Quarter 2007

  • 25 October 2007

Geneva-based Covalence is publishing today its quarterly ethical reputation ranking, giving the best ranked companies as well as those companies which have made the most progress in the third quarter of 2007. An overview of hot issues across sectors is…

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PepsiCo, Kohl’s Among Cos. Honored for Green Power Purchases

  • 23 October 2007

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday honored 17 companies that combined buy nearly 4 billion kilowatt hours of green power each year. The Green Power Purchasing Leaders already are Green Power Partners that commit to buying renewable power such…

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