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18 January 2018
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Author: Stéphane Bussard, Le Temps (Suisse)

« Une liste explosive recense les entreprises impliquées dans des colonies israéliennes », 17 janvier 2017...

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3 January 2018
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6 December 2017
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Author: Béatrice Héraud, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

Le 12 décembre, le One Planet Summit, organisé à Paris sous l'impulsion d’Emmanuel Macron, mobilisera la finance autour des enjeux climatiques. Sur les 17 000 milliards de dollars investis chaque année, une poignée suffirait à sauver la planète....

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5 December 2017

Canada: Co.s urged by investors to disclose business risks from climate change

Author: Alexandra Posadzki, Globe & Mail (Canada)

“Business risk from climate change now top of mind for Canada’s corporate boards”, 22 Nov 2017...

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5 November 2017

Global insurance cos & pension funds announce coal divestments amid urgent calls to address climate change

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30 October 2017

Norway: Watchdog to reveal list of companies world’s largest wealth fund should exclude due to climate concerns

Author: Sveinung Sleire, Bloomberg

"Norway's $1 Trillion Fund About to Get List of Climate Baddies," 26 October 2017...

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16 October 2017

European Parliament calls on public & private financial institutions to divest from fossil fuels in climate change-focused resolution

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12 October 2017

Boston Common Asset Management & investor coalition call on world's largest banks to release more robust climate-related disclosure

Author: Lauren Compere, Huffington Post

"Making climate change banks' business", 19 September 2017...

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14 August 2017
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Author: Alexandra Endes, Zeit Online

Der deutsche Turbinenhersteller Voith Hydro wird das umstrittene Wasserkraftprojekt Agua Zarca in Honduras nicht mehr beliefern. Zwischen Voith Hydro und Desa, dem Betreiber von Agua Zarca, bestehen keine Vertragsverbindungen mehr. Das bestätigte das...

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10 July 2017

Honduras: FMO & FinnFund confirm exit from Agua Zarca project to “reduce international & local tensions”

FMO (Netherlands Development Finance Institution) and Finnfund (Finnish Fund for Industrial Cooperation) announced their exit of the hydroelectric project Agua Zarca from the company DESA. The exit takes place after investigations, protests and the...

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