Results for Human Rights

Daily Media Briefing 18th October

Daily Media Briefing 18th October

October 18, 2013 Global Slavery Index: 29 million people worldwide are in forced labour; US supermarkets failing to reduce HFCs; Survey: Commercial building energy efficiency in Asia increases by 10%; UK Government eyes “responsible” Arctic oil exploitation; Goldman Sachs instructed to turn over gender bias complaints in US lawsuit; UK Government: Employers should tackle stagnating wages Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 26th September

Daily Media Briefing 26th September

September 26, 2013 Abuse and exploitation of migrant workers preparing Qatar for the 2022 World Cup; Progress on gender equality at work is stalling; 40% of food produced in the US is never eaten; Electric vehicle usage could save London businesses £200 million; Scotland introduces energy-efficient buildings standards Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 25th September

Daily Media Briefing 25th September

September 25, 2013 World Energy Council: Sustainable future dependent on energy industry support; Global companies urge US policymakers to address climate change; Child labour down by a third since 2000; Tata unveils first all-female outsourcing centre in Saudi Arabia; Frackers fear being held to ransom by landowner loophole; Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 23rd September

Daily Media Briefing 23rd September

September 23, 2013 Bangladesh clothing workers still exploited, finds BBC; Fidelity Investments demands companies make executive pay plans longer term; Study: economic growth and low carbon “can co-exist Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 4th July

Daily Media Briefing 4th July

July 04, 2013 Emissions trading reforms raise price of pollution permits; Investing in working conditions in China good for business; Daily showers account for biggest water use in UK homes; Facebook reports rising emissions intensity Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 29th May

Daily Media Briefing 29th May

May 29, 2013 Facebook pledges to review hate speech policy after advertisers pull out; Google’s blimps will put Africa online; BMW to recruit unemployed Spanish youths; World Bank: Business as usual will fail to give sustainable energy for all; G4S accused of holding South African prisoners in isolation illegally Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 19th April

Daily Media Briefing 19th April

April 19, 2013 US Supreme Court blocks Nigerian activists from suing Shell over alleged torture; Malian government urged to end child labour in mines; United Airlines launches new sustainability initiative; Tackling gender-based violence with solar lanterns; Starbucks introduces reusable cups; G4S surpasses 2012 carbon reduction target by 3 percent Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 18th April

Daily Media Briefing 18th April

April 18, 2013 Nike called out for doing business with slave cotton company; National Trust unveils £35 green energy plan; India hits back at U.S. over green energy incentives; Emerging risks report released; Savii Group launches programme to link NGOs and corporates Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 10th April

Daily Media Briefing 10th April

April 10, 2013 Protests in India to rally against EU–India Free Trade Agreement; Walmart Donates £1m to fund Bangladesh training centre; Drive to get more women in boardrooms slowing; Asda finds horse drug in corned beef; Balfour Beatty says cutting emissions cannot be top priority Read more >