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ESG News Review 30 August – 5 September 2014

Tesla Motors was among the most praised companies last week as it chose Nevada for its planned "gigafactory," which should produce batteries to power 500,000 of the company's electric cars annually and lower the costs of these cars; 6,500 on-site…


ESG News Review 22 — 28 February 2014

General Electric belongs to the group of most praised companies last week as it announced a $10 billion investment in clean technology as part of its "ecomagination" initiative, according to Reuters. Ericsson has been recognized for "Connecting the Unconnected" by…


Companies call for ‘credible’ climate action

A group of 500 global businesses, including dozens of Australian corporations, have called for "credible" action on climate change. The publication of the so-called Copenhagen Communique comes two months before the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen in December, amid…


“Sense and Simplicity” – or simply nonsense?

Greenpeace activists delivered 500 Philips television sets and 100 pieces of Philips electronic equipment to the company’s headquarters in Amsterdam. The e-waste was obtained from an e-waste trader; this very same e-waste would most probably have ended up on a…


The Blue Gold

Nowadays the problem of the water is becoming more important than ever before. After the World Water Day on 22th March 2007 many international organisations such as United Nations, WWF and others launched an alarm for the scarcity of water…

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