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Monday, May 15, 2006 

United Nations Environment Programme
Division of Technology, Industry, and Economics
Business & Partnerships

UNEP DTIE contribution to CSD 14

Sector Report Cards

10 May launch in New York: "Class of 2006: Industry Report Cards on Environment and Social Responsibility" (UNEP 2006). This new publication was launched at the 14th session of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) at an event hosted by UNEP with the Governments of Norway and South Africa. Covering 30 industry sectors, the Report Cards provide an update on progress made sector by sector towards sustainable development. It examines work in progress and challenges business and industry faces in collectively promoting corporate responsibility, including global partnerships and commitments to deal with issues such as climate change. The Report Cards have been prepared by forty five international business and industry organisations and initiatives who volunteered to participate in a process facilitated by UNEP.

Click here to download the publication (PDF - 4.77 MB). If you do not have a broadband connection you can download a lower resolution version of the publication (PDF - 2.85 MB)
You can also read the press release.

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