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…And the worst polluters

  • 21 July 2008

A record number of industrial sites across Scotland have been named and shamed by the government's green watchdog for failing to curb pollution risks.The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) has fingered 25 sites for their poor performances in 2007. They…

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Korruption bei Telecom Italia und Pirelli: 30 Verdà¤chtige

  • 20 July 2008

Im Abhà¶rskandal in Italien hat die Mailà¤nder Staatsanwaltschaft die Konzerne Telecom Italia und Pirelli offenbar wegen Korruption angeklagt. Insgesamt wà¼rden rund 30 Verdà¤chtige beschuldigt, in die 2006 aufgeflogene Affà¤re verwickelt zu sein, meldete die italienische Nachrichtenagentur Ansa.Im Zentrum des Skandals…

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Coal giant recognises water management responsibility

  • 18 July 2008

Resources giant Anglo American’s coal subsidiary, Anglo Coal, declares in its report, ‘Leading for sustainable coal’, which was released in June, that it recognises water as a critical resource that requires responsible management in both its use and in its…

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Financial multinationals

  • 17 July 2008

Dear Covalence people, I just read about your admirable work on the csr-chicks list. I’m also glad that you include "The Ethics of Banking"! For financial institutions are a law unto themselves and the author of Honest Money gave a…

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Covalence Ethical Ranking 2nd Quarter 2008

  • 16 July 2008

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 2nd Quarter of 2008. An overview of emerging and decreasing topics is…

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