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Oxfam's response to the House of Lords passing the Modern Slavery Bill

Responding to Peers passing the Modern Slavery Bill, Oxfam's Ethical Trading Manager Rachel Wilshaw said: ...

Somalia’s $1.3bn lifeline under threat

Banks in US, UK and Australia poised to break ties with Somali money transfer organisations that make remittances possible, NGOs warn. Somalia's  $1.3 billion...

World trapped by 'Toxic Triangle' that puts profit for the few ahead of a sustainable future for all

People around the world are trapped in a 'toxic triangle' made up of short-term financial investors, timid governments and fossil fuel companies, which threatens to push up  global temperatures,...

Oxfam Reaction to the Ban Ki-moon Climate Summit

Today, more than 120 world leaders, corporate leaders and representatives from civil society met in New York for the UN Climate Summit. Created as a platform for international and national commitments...

Kellogg takes bold action to tackle climate change

Oxfam welcomes Kellogg's climate action commitments following public pressure ...

Oxfam applauds CEOs of eight of the big 10 food and beverage companies for bold call for climate action

Words must be matched by concrete steps in own supply chains ...

Oxfam reaction to G7 summit outcomes

Energy security, climate change and the global economy were among the main topics the G7 leaders addressed during the Brussels summit, but Oxfam says what's needed is a stronger steer from leaders.  ...

Aubrey Wade/Oxfam

Big ten food companies emit more greenhouse gases than Scandinavia - Oxfam

Companies also at risk of climate change if they fail to act  The 'Big 10' food and drink companies together emit more greenhouse gases than Scandinavia and, if they were an individual...

PepsiCo declares ‘zero tolerance’ for land grabs in its supply chain

The world's second largest food and beverage company, PepsiCo, has today committed to take steps to prevent land grabs in its supply chain following an Oxfam campaign calling on food and drink...

World’s biggest food and drink companies are improving their policies in developing countries following public pressure

The top 10 food and drink companies in the world have improved their social and environmental policies due to public pressure over the past year, Oxfam reveals today. ...

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