Headlines Tagged with Ethics/Environment — 4,776 headlines found
is mirroring what the cigarette companies have done for decades in now claiming that they don’t want kids to smoke and promoting their own “youth smoking prevention” program. As Jessica Liu and Bonnie Halpern-Felsher just pointed out in an insightful com
Oct 21, 2018 Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
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The program, which is being rolled out among all British American Tobacco Plc subsidiaries, allows female and male employees to take up to 16 weeks of leave following the birth, adoption or permanent placement of a child in their household. If the emplo
Oct 22, 2018 Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
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Gillibrand helped craft a momentous victory for the tobacco industry... After becoming a politician, Gillibrand downplayed her role as a lawyer...accepted nearly $20,000 in campaign donations from the tobacco industry in her congressional campaign.
Oct 20, 2018 Artvoice
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announced a new, comprehensive parental leave policy that offers 16 weeks of fully-paid leave for employees who are new mothers or fathers and the ability to take up to eight months of a flexible work arrangement.
Oct 22, 2018 Reynolds American (RAI)
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"This is a staggering hypocrisy," it said, pointing out the firm still promotes smoking outside the UK. "The best way Philip Morris could help people to stop smoking is to stop making cigarettes," George Butterworth, Cancer Research UK's tobacco policy
Oct 22, 2018 BBC Online
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But charities claimed the move was just a way to circumvent tobacco advertising laws and to promote its range of smoking alternatives, including e-cigarettes and “heat not burn” tobacco products.
Oct 22, 2018 The Independent (uk)
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Philip Morris sells 800 billion cigarettes around the world each year but is seeking to boost sales of what it claims are less harmful alternatives, such as e-cigarettes and tobacco heaters.
Oct 21, 2018 Times Of London (uk)
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the campaign, called Hold My Light, is an "important next step" in the company's path to "ultimately stop selling cigarettes". But Cancer Research UK said the company is only trying to promote its smoking alternatives such as e-cigarettes and heated toba
Oct 22, 2018 Electronic Telegraph (uk)
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agreed to sell its 60% share in Taesong BAT, its joint venture in Pyongyang with the Korea Sogyong Chonyonmul Trading Operation, a state-owned company. BAT is selling the stake to SUTL, a Singapore-based trading group that invests in business ventures in
Jun 8, 2007 The Guardian (uk)
added Oct 21, 2018 19:05
In developed countries, tobacco companies are investing in less harmful alternatives to conventional cigarettes, while in many developing nations, they're advertising classic cigarettes as always.... Are politicians bribed by the tobacco industry? Not of
Oct 12, 2018 Australian Financial Review (au)
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