Tag «investigation»

First national human rights investigation into climate change impacts proceeds despite opposition from fossil fuel companies

Manila, 8 December 2016 – The Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines (CHR) today initiated the next steps in the world’s first-ever national investigation into human rights harms resulting from climate change (1), despite apparent opposition from some fossil fuel companies. A legal petition submitted by 18 individuals and 14 organisations, including Greenpeace Southeast …

Greenpeace launches high tech investigation into radiation impacts of Fukushima disaster on Pacific Ocean

Tokyo, 25 February 2016 – Greenpeace Japan today announced it is conducting an underwater investigation into radiation contamination from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean. The survey will be conducted from a Japanese research vessel using  a one of a kind Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), fitted with sensitive gamma radiation spectrometer and …

Anti Dumping Duty Investigation on Import of Met Coke from China

Kolkata, January 8, 2016: Indian Metallurgical Coke Manufacturers’ Association (IMCOM) thanks the Government for initiation of anti-dumping duty investigation on import of met coke. The Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties, Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India had by its order dated December 30, 2015 initiated the anti-dumping investigation …

Greenpeace investigation exposes failure of Fukushima decontamination program


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Abe’s forced return policy condemns residents to radiation risk Tokyo, 21 July 2015 – Radioactive contamination in the forests and land of Iitate district in Fukushima prefecture is so widespread and at such a high level that it will be impossible for people to safely return to their homes, a Greenpeace Japan investigation revealed today. The …

US Rules in Favour of India in Countervailing Duty Investigation on Frozen Shrimp exports from India

The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) determined that the US industry is neither materially injured nor threatened with material injury by reason of imports of frozen warm water shrimp from India, China, Ecuador, Malaysia, and Vietnam. USITC voted 4-2 against imposition of countervailing duty (CVD) against India and other six countries. As a result …

ThyssenKrupp AG to actively support authorities with investigation

Today business premises of ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe in Duisburg were searched by the Federal Cartel Office. According to the search warrant the matter involves alleged anticompetitive agreements between market participants relating to specific steel supplies to the automotive industry in Germany. Antitrust violations are not tolerated in the Group. Dr. Heinrich Hiesinger, Chairman of the …