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Australia: Growing support amongst large institutional investors for shareholder & NGO campaigns on climate & human rights
Author: Ruth Williams, The Sydney Morning Herald
"Big investors backed shareholder campaigns on climate, human rights", 23 February 2018...
- Related companies: ABP AMP Group Aviva BHP Billiton BlackRock Colonial First State Commonwealth Bank Deutsche Bank Elliott Management ExxonMobil HSBC Macquarie Bank MLC (part of National Australia Bank) Morgan Stanley Nordea Bank Occidental Petroleum Oil Search Origin Energy QBE Insurance Rio Tinto Santos Schroders State Street Vanguard Wells Fargo Westpac Woolworths Limited
Australia: Shareholder resolutions call for listed companies to act on social and environmental issues
Author: Ruth Williams, Sydney Morning Herald
"How the new generation of activists corners boards", 14 October 2017...
[PDF] Building the foundations for a long-term development partnership: The construction phase of the PNG LNG Project [Papua New Guinea]
Author: Jane Nelson and Kara Valikai, Harvard Kennedy School Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative
The following case study focuses on the first three years of Project construction from March 2010 to June 2013. It reviews some of the internal management systems, stakeholder engagement mechanisms and cross-sector partnerships through which the...
Australian mining companies fall short on gaining consent from the world’s Indigenous peoples: new report
Author: Oxfam Australia
The vast majority of Australian mining, oil and gas companies have no clear public commitment to gain the consent of Indigenous peoples before commencing projects on their land, according to a new report...[The] report found only one Australian...
Author: Al Jazeera
Papua New Guinea is an impoverished country rich in natural resources. Last year, it signed a deal with Exxon Mobil for a $15bn liquefied natural gas project. Other resources projects in PNG have been criticised for not helping local communities. But...
Asian Development Bank Partners With Private Operators To Improve HIV/AIDS Services in Papua New Guinea
Author: Kaiser Network Daily HIV/AIDS Report [USA]
The Asian Development Bank...has partnered with two private companies in Papua New Guinea to improve HIV/AIDS treatment, primary health care and prevention facilities in the country…The companies are Ramu Sugar [now Ramu Agro-Industries] and Highlands...