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1 November 2004

New World Wildlife Fund report reveals global failure of power sector to combat climate change

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1 November 2004

[PDF] Ranking Power: Scorecards Electricity Companies

Author: Wina Graus, Monique Voogt & Jan Willem Langeraar, World Wildlife Fund

WWF has launched its global Power Switch! public campaign aiming to persuade the power sector to become carbon neutral...The overall goal is to stimulate the use of renewable energy sources (RES) and gas-CHP [Natural Gas-fired Combined Heat and Power]...

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Article
9 October 2004

EC names and shames worst industrial polluters

Author: David Gow, Guardian [UK]

A review of the workings of the European Pollutant Emission Register, set up earlier this year, found a handful of plants operated by big companies, mainly in the chemicals and metals industries, are responsible for a large amount of air and water...

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8 September 2004
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Author: Sébastien Arnoult, Libération

[Laos]: Les partisans de ce barrage...mettent surtout en avant l'espoir d'un revenu régulier pour le Laos...Les opposants craignent les conséquences écologiques et sociales [fait référence à EDF, Nam Theun 2 Power]

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30 August 2004

Laos and lenders study giant dam project

Author: AFP

...Laos is coming under global scrutiny as international business groups and its communist Government debate the viability of a huge power project...The developer of the project is international consortium Nam Theun 2 Power Company (NTPC), in which...

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Company response
12 August 2004

Response by EDF: EDF did not conduct detailed enough environmental impact assessment for Nam Theun 2 dam project, says OECD Guidelines complaint by Proyecto Gato & Amis de la Terre.

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1 June 2004

AccountAbility & csrnetwork rate how well the world's 100 largest companies account for their impacts on society & environment

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1 June 2004

[PDF] Background media information [regarding "The Accountability Rating"]

Author: AccountAbility & csrnetwork

The world’s largest companies have a long way to go in demonstrating accountability to their stakeholders...The top 10 companies...were: BP, Suez, Royal Dutch/Shell Group (Shell), Unilever, Carrefour, Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) Toyota Motor, Hewlett...

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1 April 2004
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Author: EDF

Il s’inscrit dans le cadre de référentiels externes : lignes directrices du Global Reporting Initiative (GRI),loi française dite NRE sur les nouvelles régulations économiques.

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1 April 2004
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