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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

March 10, 2014
  • H&M launches skills training initiative for garment workers in Bangladesh
  • Marriott joins global campaign to halt human trafficking
  • London Underground ad campaign aims to galvanise businesses to go green
  • New ozone-destroying chemicals found in atmosphere
  • Unilever invests in China water purification company
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

March 07, 2014
  • Global companies ranked on palm oil commitments
  • China-US climate cooperation raises hopes for global deal according to UN
  • Climate change could mean more malaria in Africa
  • Sweden suspends aid to Uganda over anti-gay law
  • UK and China seal £20 million clean tech deal
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 27, 2014
  • Transatlantic centre-right coalition aims to reclaim environmental agenda
  • Australia marked down for reversal of climate change law
  • New US nutrition labelling to make serving sizes reflect actual servings
  • Tesco criticised by farmers for buying less British beef
  • Rigid workplace culture stopping women over 50 balancing work with family life
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 26, 2014
  • Credit Suisse ‘aided’ US tax evaders
  • Ikea subsidiary loses forestry accreditation over harvesting of wildlife habitats
  • Confidential papers raise fears over conflict gold
  • Japan retains role for nuclear in new energy strategy
  • New standards urge financial sector to address sustainability issues
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 24, 2014
  • First companies give to fund for victims of Bangladeshi factory collapse
  • Fairtrade Foundation calls on UK to pay a sustainable price for bananas
  • WHO urges drug firms to donate antibiotics
  • Ladbrokes to link executive pay to responsible gambling
  • US pushes for greater transparency in EU business regulation
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 18, 2014
  • Kellogg’s to stop buying deforested palm oil amid pressure
  • New York and California lawmakers move to ban microbeads
  • Deep-sea mining must responsibly respect ecosystems, say scientists
  • Fifth of energy saving products make “misleading” efficiency claims
  • UK high street chiefs suggests energy tax to replace business rates
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 13, 2014
  • Apple confirms conflict free supply chain
  • New York green bank opens for business
  • Indian textile suppliers see 756% return through water management
  • South Korea on course for world’s highest carbon price
  • Illegal wildlife trade: 50 nations gather in London for high level summit  
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 12, 2014
  • Jewellers and retailers commit to ‘No dirty gold’ campaign
  • Plans to protect World Cup workers unveiled
  • Tata urged to give tea plantation workers way out of share scheme
  • Buenos Aires honoured for sustainable transport improvements
  • Chinese vanishing ink could see need for mountains of paper disappear
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 10, 2014
  • Primark becomes latest brand to announce toxic free supply chain pledge
  • UK diversity deficit robs top firms of business opportunities
  • China leads international wildlife crime bust
  • UK’s environmental consultancy sector grows for second consecutive year
  • Chinese factories ordered to release data on real time emissions levels
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Daily Media Briefing

Daily Media Briefing

February 05, 2014
  • IKEA more than doubles use of sustainable cotton in products
  • Fair Trade Schools to launch in US
  • Call for UK bank staff to sign up for code of conduct
  • Palau bans commercial fishing in favour of tourism and conservation
  • Smartphone game aims to aid cancer cure
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