Corporate Accountability International

Corporate Accountability International (formerly INFACT) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1977. Their campaign headquarters are in Boston, Massachusetts and they have offices in Oakland, California, Seattle, Washington, and Bogotá, Colombia. Currently, their most prominent campaign is Think Outside the Bottle.

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Corporate Accountability International - Current Campaigns
... In 1994 Corporate Accountability International launched the Challenging Big Tobacco Campaign ... In 2003, years of campaigning culminated in the adoption of the world's first public health and corporate accountability treaty -- the World Health Organization Framework ... In 2004 Corporate Accountability International launched the Think Outside the Bottle Campaign to promote, protect and ensure public funding for public water systems and challenge corporations who ...
John McKay (politician) - Private Members' Bill C-300 - Corporate Accountability of Mining, Oil and Gas Corporations in Developing Countries Act - Bill C-30
... Bill C- 300, also cited as the Corporate Accountability of Mining, Oil and Gas Corporations in Developing Countries Act, has the stated purpose of promoting "environmental best practices and to ensure the protection ... Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of International Trade the to investigate and report on any single complaint against the activities of a Canadian extractive sector company in a developing ... Plan, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, to require those organizations to withdraw financial support and consular support from companies acting "inconsistently" with CSR ...

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