World’s biggest renewables firms earn abysmal scores on human rights performance | News | Eco-Business | Asia Pacific

July 2, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Renewable energy companies are falling short on efforts to safeguard the rights of workers and communities in their operations and throughout mineral supply chains, placing the sector’s legitimacy and the global clean energy switch at risk, a new analysis released on Monday (29 June) has found.



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