#slavery News

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New report warns that millions more people displaced by climate change will be exposed to trafficking and slavery in the coming decades, and calls for policies to protect them.
Solar power’s future could soon be overshadowed
Despite its recent runaway success, solar power’s future as a key way to counter climate chaos could soon be at risk.
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Garment brands have been urged to end sourcing from Xinjiang over forced labour fears involving Uighur Muslims.
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From greater wildlife protection to a swifter energy transition, Eco-Business rounds up how the pandemic changed sustainability, for better and for worse, in 2020.
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#slavery Opinion

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When forced labour practices are part of supply chains, it is reasonable to ascertain that environmental degradation may be present too.
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The clothing industry should work harder to prevent and address gender-based violence in their supply chains. In order to do so, they first need to confront how badly their inspection or social auditing programs fail to protect women.
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Our current socio-economic system is built on the exploitation of both people and planet, causing inequality and environmental devastation. To save a world on the brink of ecological and social disaster, calls for greener, more efficient capitalism won’t cut it, writes Zafirah Zein.
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Migration is a complex issue that should be addressed beginning with a broken global food system, and not simply through stricter immigration laws, argues Danielle Nierenberg.
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#slavery Videos

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On International Human Rights Day, Greenpeace releases shocking testimonies from Southeast Asian migrants working on board foreign fishing vessels, plying the remote waters to meet Asia's surging demand for seafood.
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Yolk Station, a South Korean solar energy company, has installed a renewable energy solution in a remote Kenyan town that can also tackle the problem of child labour.
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Diamonds aren't just for engagement rings and cutting tools—they can bring light to dark places.
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