Ben Bundock

US seeks to shine light on corruption in the extractive industries

This week in the United States, a new law called the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protections Act (or the ‘Dodd-Frank Reform Act’ for short!) passed both the House of Representatives and the Senate.

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US seeks to shine light on corruption in the extractive industries

This week in the United States, a new law called the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protections Act (or the ‘Dodd-Frank Reform Act’ for short!) passed both the House of Representatives and the Senate.

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Avoiding environmental Enrons

ClientEarth successfully held its first event in the UK parliament earlier this week: Avoiding environmental Enrons: Environmental and social issues as financial risks, and the future of company reporting.

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Avoiding environmental Enrons

ClientEarth successfully held its first event in the UK parliament earlier this week: Avoiding environmental Enrons: Environmental and social issues as financial risks, and the future of company reporting.

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BP and Bigger Pictures

Deepwater Horizon has spelled out in no uncertain terms the risks that extractive companies take with the environment and people’s lives on a daily basis, and the impunity with which they are used to doing so.

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BP and Bigger Pictures

Deepwater Horizon has spelled out in no uncertain terms the risks that extractive companies take with the environment and people’s lives on a daily basis, and the impunity with which they are used to doing so.

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Deepwater disaster hits BP’s pocket hard

The Deepwater Horizon disaster has been, and will continue to be, an environmental catastrophe of epic proportions. But it is also a disaster for BP’s business.

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Deepwater disaster hits BP’s pocket hard

The Deepwater Horizon disaster has been, and will continue to be, an environmental catastrophe of epic proportions. But it is also a disaster for BP’s business.

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AGM season

Right now we’re in the middle of what is often called the UK’s ‘AGM season’ – the spring months in which many of the largest multinational companies in the world hold their Annual General Meetings here in London.

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AGM season

Right now we’re in the middle of what is often called the UK’s ‘AGM season’ – the spring months in which many of the largest multinational companies in the world hold their Annual General Meetings here in London.

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Vedanta follow-up: New Amnesty International report slams UK company’s impacts in India

Amnesty International yesterday released a major new report on the human and environmental impacts of Vedanta Resources’ alumina refinery in Orissa, India.

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Vedanta follow-up: New Amnesty International report slams UK company’s impacts in India

Amnesty International yesterday released a major new report on the human and environmental impacts of Vedanta Resources’ alumina refinery in Orissa, India.

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Vedanta Resources cut from Church investments over human rights concerns

In recent years Vedanta has been the subject of ongoing criticism on account of its operations and plans in Orissa, India.

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Vedanta Resources cut from Church investments over human rights concerns

In recent years Vedanta has been the subject of ongoing criticism on account of its operations and plans in Orissa, India.

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Tar sands: a sticky situation for Shell

Royal Dutch Shell will face scrutiny on its controversial investments in the Canadian tar sands at its next Annual General Meeting.

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Tar sands: a sticky situation for Shell

Royal Dutch Shell will face scrutiny on its controversial investments in the Canadian tar sands at its next Annual General Meeting.

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