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Investors Push SEC to Require Stronger Climate Risk Disclosure by Fossil Fuel Companies

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BOSTON, April 17, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Just one day after BP adopted a shareholder resolution to support better carbon asset risk disclosures following disappointing global oil demand and low oil prices, 62 institutional investors representing nearly $2 trillion in assets called on the Securities and Exchange Commission to push for better disclosure by oil and gas companies of critical climate change-related business risks that will “profoundly affect the economics of the industry.”

Transparency is a Must for Government to Crack Down on Corruption and Bribery

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In an era of growing globalization and where the demand to stay atop the world leading markets is crucial to stay afloat in business, corruption within the economical atmosphere is an ongoing issue for companies and governments. The drive for even greater transparency grows between these two entities and the effort to become more accessible as well as more responsible is crucial.

Combatting the Growing Corruption Epidemic in Western Industries

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Alexander Lebedev and Vladislav Inozemtsev from Foreign Affairs recently posted the article: Grappling With Craft: How to Combat the Growing Corruption Epidemic. These authors stated that corruption “has become a major threat to the global economic order.

Conflict Minerals Post Filing Insights, a Deep-Dive Interview with Chris Bayer by Triple Pundit’s Nick Aster

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Our upcoming interview will address a broad range of conflict minerals post-filing questions as well as present insights from a supplier’s perspective from last years filing results. 

Dr. Chris Bayer, principal investigator for the Tulane University’s Conflict Minerals post-filing research, surveyed conflict minerals issuer companies to determine impact to industry. Topic areas range from industries impacted to the cost incurred by companies to comply with the law.

U.S. SEC to Pay $30 million-plus in Largest Whistleblower Award

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From the Source 
Supply Chain & Risk Management

Conflict-Mineral audits get few takers
The Wall Street Journal. Only four out of 1,300 U.S.-listed companies sought external audits of their efforts to root out so-called conflict minerals in their supply chains, according to a study released Thursday.
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Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing III Now Available as a Webcast!

Weren’t able to attend the premier session on the industry’s initiatives to help companies manage conflict minerals reporting? You’re in luck…
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September 24, 2014 /3BL Media/ - This year’s Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing III was highlighted by the opportunity to hear a summary of Conflict Minerals Reporting - Year 1 as well as get information on upcoming changes in the year ahead.

Groundbreaking Conflict Minerals Due Diligence Expands Reach

Source Intelligence Joins Forces With Elm Sustainability Partners
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Sept. 24, 2014 /3BL Media/- Carlsbad, California based Source Intelligence and North Haven Connecticut based Elm Sustainability Partners launch an unparalleled conflict minerals due diligence offering that bundles top consulting with the leading cloud-based CM solution provider.

AIAG Announces 3rd Automotive Industry Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing

Auto Industry first year reporting successes, challenges, and changes need for year 2
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Aug. 14: Conflict Minerals Industry Briefing III

Choose a morning or afternoon briefing session to get the latest information on the industry’s initiatives to help companies manage conflict minerals reporting.

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