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Would you vote Pepsi or Coca-Cola?

  • 26 August 2008

At times it feels the Democratic Convention operates a little bit like a big events company. Witness for instance, the press release they sent out on August 14, announcing the fact that Coca-Cola has been "Named Official Recycling Provider of…

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Wal-Mart tells employees to vote GOP

  • 24 August 2008

Always low-price Wal-Mart is also always low wage, low benefits and low ethics when it comes to its workers, here and abroad.The company that insiders claim encouraged employees to seek taxpayer-funded health care for the poor now is accused of…

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British firms trading in Zimbabwe refuse to sign ethical code

  • 24 August 2008

Ministers mounted a secret campaign to persuade huge British firms to adopt "an ethical approach" to their investments in Zimbabwe, amid concerns that some could be "silently complicit" in Robert Mugabe's reign of terror, documents obtained by The Independent on…

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Samsung dans l’onde des technologies vertes

  • 21 August 2008

Dans l'onde des technologies vertes, Samsung vient d'annoncer en Chine, le Samsung E200 Eco, un appareil d'une structure bioplastique produit à  partir de plantes naturelles, comme le maà¯s. Ce cellulaire d'un centimètre d'épaisseur est doté d’une caméra de 1,3 MP,…

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Toyota, others join UN initiative to cut carbon emissions

  • 19 August 2008

Toyota Motor Europe is one of the six companies to join CN Net today, a web-based network which impresses upon governments, local authorities, private companies and individuals to make large carbon cuts. "The participation of a major company like Toyota…

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Diageo toasts £65m bioenergy distillery

  • 18 August 2008

Greenbang likes the odd tipple (not before lunchtime, mind) so it’s pleased to see that drinks giant Diageo, which makes the likes of Guinness, Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff and Tanqueray, is to build a £65m state-of-the-art bioenergy facility at Cameronbridge in…

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