Invitation to the Digital Event at July 14, 14:30-16:30 p.m. (CET) Register Now! From the destruction of the livelihoods of the Indigenous Peoples of South… Read More »Event: How much Pain for Corporate Gain?
Press Release – Banks must stop adding fuel to the fire of climate change and military conflicts – Fair Finance Guide attests to the existence of sustainability deficits in the German banking sector
GLS Bank (96%), EthikBank (92%) and Triodos Bank* (87%) hold the best sustainability assessments Sparda-Bank West (8%), Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf (23%) and DekaBank (27%) demonstrate the… Read More »Press Release – Banks must stop adding fuel to the fire of climate change and military conflicts – Fair Finance Guide attests to the existence of sustainability deficits in the German banking sector
The Tuticorin copper smelter located in a South Indian city of 320,000 and owned by Vedanta Resources, has faced criticism for more than two decades… Read More »Deadly protests lead to the closure of Vedanta’s copper smelter in southern India
The four major companies producing broiler chicken in Thailand have been shown to violate labour rights in the production facilities. The companies Charoen Pokphand Foods… Read More »Abuse of migrant workers in Thai Chicken production
In June 2016, BankTrack published its second edition of “Banking with Principles? – Benchmarking Banks against the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights“.… Read More »Banking without Principles?! – Banks rate low in BankTrack report
The Council of Ethics for the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global, one of the largest investors worldwide, has issued recommendations to exclude 6 more companies… Read More »Norwegian Pensionfund: Recommendation for exclusion of 6 new companies