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M/S Nestle India Ltd. is aware of the currently on-going nation-wide concerns regarding the safety of its food products cited under the above subject.

Continuing high consumption of livestock products in nearly all developed countries, and increasing demand for livestock-based foods in large transition economies, are creating serious problems of prolonged and persistent environmental and social degradation. These problems are further exacerbated and affected by climate change and risks, biodiversity loss, water stress, and water pollution.

Though there are criminal remedies specifically for trademark and copyright infringement the same is not a mandate in case of patent infringement. Article 61 of TRIPS, is the sole article containing requirements for criminal procedures that signatories to the Agreement may implement.

Adapting to climate change requires the engagement of all actors in society. Until recently, predominant research focus has been on governments, communities and the third sector as key actors in the adaptation process.

An investigation by The BMJ has uncovered evidence of the extraordinary extent to which key public health experts are involved with the sugar industry and related companies responsible for many of the products blamed for the obesity crisis through research grants, consultancy fees, and other forms of funding.

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Businesses are actively and successfully adding renewable energy to their own facilities and increasingly entering into contracts to buy or invest in offsite renewable energy.

E-waste management is one of the most critical waste issues affecting our environment. Globally around 50 million tons of e-waste is generated annually. In India, the current estimate projects 2.7 million tons of e-waste generation annually.

Order of the Supreme Court of the United States in the matter between Utility Air Regulatory Group Vs Environmental Protection Agency, 23/06/2014.

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America's top corporates are emedding carbon pricing at the heart of their strategies according to fresh research by CDP, which sheds light on the business world's increasing hunger for government to put a price on pollution.

The Alentejo is the largest and poorest region of Portugal. Cooperatives and other social initiatives that arose after the Carnation Revolution in 1974 were later closed under pressure from the European Union. It was hoped that massive investments would make Portugal a role model for economic development, but the financial crisis has revealed the flaws in those dreams. And more complex legal regulations make life even harder for traditional small scale producers. However, they continue to use and defend local markets even in the face of criminalisation.

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