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Environment and Employment top Mining & Metals CSR Agenda

Environment and employment are currently the major concerns regarding the Mining & Metals industry’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) record, states a report released today by Geneva-based reputation research firm Covalence, Covalence Mining & Metals Industry Report 2007. For 2006 to…


Xstrata plans to cut coal mine greenhouse emissions

Mining giant Xstrata has outlined plans to significantly cut greenhouse gas emissions from its coal mines within three years. The company is the world's largest thermal coal producer and has several mines in the New South Wales Hunter Valley and…


Suit against Chevron gets go-ahead

Chevron Corp. can be sued in a U.S. court for a subsidiary's alleged collusion with the Nigerian government in attacks that killed and wounded villagers protesting the oil company's practices, a federal judge in San Francisco has ruled. U.S. District…


Is Big Business Buying Out the Environmental Movement?

In the business world these days, it appears that just about everything is for sale. Multi-billion-dollar deals are commonplace, and even venerable institutions such as the Wall Street Journal find themselves put into play. Yet companies are not the only…


L’environnement crée de nouveaux services aux entreprises

Principal client pour l’instant d’EcoAct, General Electric a conclu un partenariat de deux ans qui consiste à  impliquer les salariés du groupe dans des actions éco-citoyennes. A l’occasion de la journée mondiale de l’environnement, les salariés procèderont, en collaboration avec…

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