DateEntity typeEntity nameParent's entityControversy descriptionLocationSource 1Source 2
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2021/03/03CorporationCASINOCasino is sued by
indigenous groups from the Amazon, for allegedly selling beef linked to
deforestation
FranceReutersRFICasino
2021/02/15BankBNP PARIBASPositive news: BNP Paribas, has pledged to stop financing firms producing or buying either beef or soya beans cultivated on land in the Amazon cleared or converted after 2008FranceReuters
2021/02/13CorporationKroger Kroger ells Brazilian beef produced by a controversial meat company linked to the destruction of the Amazon rainforestUnited StatesThe Guardian
2021/02/13CorporationCostco Costco sells Brazilian beef produced by a controversial meat company linked to the destruction of the Amazon rainforestUnited StatesThe Guardian
2021/02/13CorporationWallmart Wallmart sells Brazilian beef produced by a controversial meat company linked to the destruction of the Amazon rainforestUnited StatesThe Guardian
2021/02/06CorporationCostcoInvestigation revealed cruel treatments to chickens in a new Costco-owned slaughterhouse in NebraskaUnited StatesNY TimesMercy for Animals
2021/02/03CountryFrance State / governmentThe Paris administrative court condemns the French State for "the fault" in failing to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions (1.1% per year reached below 1.9% planned, with the targets of 40% reduction by 2030 compared to 1990 level, and of carbon neutrality by 2050)FranceMediapartNovethic
2021/01/22CorporationExxonMobilGood news: ExxonMobil has confirmed that 2021 is the last year it will sponsor the deadly Iditarod dogsled raceUnites StatesPETAAnchorage Daily News
2021/01/07CountryThailandMonkeys are still in slavery to harvest coconuts one year after the first investigation in Thailand . Of the 14th farms visited in 2020, it was confirmed that half of them still exploit monkeys.ThailandPETABLOOMBERG
2020/12CorporationUrban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and Free PeopleUrban Outfitters Inc.Numerous animal cruelty and mistreatments issues in 116 farms in six countries on four continents linked to exploitation of wool, cashmere, mohair, leather, down, silk, and alpaca fleeceUnited States / wordlwidePETA USPETA FR
2020/12/17SupranationalEuropean UnionPositive news: EU Court backs ban on animal slaughter without stunningEuropean UnionBBCLe MondePolitico
2020/12/17CommodityCotton20% of the world’s cotton comes from forced-labor, hand-picked hand-picked by half-million people (Uighur and Turkic minorities) in ChinaChina (Xinjiang region)The GuardianThe Center for Global Policy (NGO)Reuters
2020/12/11CommoditywaterWater futures can now be traded on a Stock-Exchange for the first time - this amplifies the risk of speculation on water and thus the risk of water scarcity and biodiversity loss in the poorest regions worldwideCNNInvestopedia (futures and speculative ability)NASDAQ TICKER NQH2OThe Costa Rica news
2020/12CorporationRestaurant Brands International (Burger King, Tim Hortons, Popeyes)Positive news: commitment to use 100% cage-free eggs worldwide by the end of 2025 / 2030 according to regionsCanada and United StatesRBI
2020/12/04AssociationTelethonAssociation française contre les myopathies (AFM)The fundraising campaign has been funding animal experimentation (breeding of genetically illed dogs) with a lack of results since 15 yearsFrance PETAAFM Telethon
2020/12CorporationHertaNestlé and Casa Tarradellas (40% / 60% of the capital)pig abuse and greenwashing controversyFrance (Allier)L214Paris MatchThe GuardianBFM
2020/11/22CountryFrance1,000 minks culled in France due to coronavirus contaminationFrance (Eure-et-Loir)Le MondeBBCScienceBBC (Coronavirus: calls to shut down dirty fur trade)
2020/11/21CorporationCarrefour BrazilCarrefourIn Brazil, death of man beaten up by security guard and policeman in Carrefour sparks protestsBrazil (Porto Alegre)La CroixReuters
2020/11CountryFrance, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, UKSystemic risk: Denmark, France, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and UK have registered outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenzaFrance, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, UKWattagnet (Information site specialized in poultry)Le Monde (article 1)Le Monde (article 2)Le Monde (article 3)
2020/11CountrySouth AfricaPETA recorded conversations in which South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s managers admitted that he shares equally in the profits from all hunts conducted through Tsala Hunting SafarisSouth AfricaPETA
2020/11/11CorporationHERMESHermès to build Australia's largest crocodile farmFrance / AustraliaCapital (Fr)ABC
2020/11CountryUnited StatesPositive news: the United States does not plan to cull minks that have contracted coronavirus on fur farms in Utah, Wisconsin, and Michigan. US CDC investigations are ongoing on evidence that the minks are making humans sick in the U.S.USA (Utah, Wisconsin, and Michigan)National Geographic
2020/11CountrySwedenPositive news: Sweden does not plan to cull minksSwedenABC news
2020/11CountrySpainSpain has culled 100,000 mink in Aragón provinceSpainBBC
2020/11CountryDenmarkDenmark will cull all its mink (17 million) after a mutated form of coronavirus was found that can spread to humansDenmarkBBC
2020/11CorporationAscena retail group (Ann Taylor, LOFT, Lou & Grey, Lane Bryant and Cacique)Positive news: Ascena retail bans Alpaca after talks with PETA after the winter 2020 seasonUnited States / PeruPETANew York Post
2020/11CorporationMichell Group, the world’s largest exporter of alpacas' wool and supplier of major brands (ESPRIT, Marks & Spencer, Smith & Caughey’s that are phasing out). Gap and H&M have cut ties with Michell Group.Michell & Cía. S.AAlpacas Tied Down, Cut Up for Sweaters and ScarvesPeruPETA
2020/10CorporationCostcoPositive news: Costco drops Chaokoh coconut milk producer over allegations of forced monkey in Thailand laborUSA/ThailandUSA todayHuffpost
2020/10CountryFrance governmentFrance authorizes the return of neonicotinoid pesticides, bee killersFranceNews Press
2020/10CorporationStarbucksStarbucks is opening a cafe in Yulin, the dog eating cityUnited StatesNon-Profit Organization Duo Duo Project
2020/09BankCREDIT AGRICOLEControversy on financing intensive animal sufferingFranceWelfarm
2020/09/24CorporationEurotunnel (Getlink)Controversy on pheasant and partridge chicks carriage for huntingFrance / United KingdomL214
2020/09
CompanyUnited TherapeuticsFinancing of controversial animal testing / implantation of organs from species in another
United StatesPETACNBC
2020/09UniversityDavid K.C. Cooper’s xenotransplantation laboratoryUniversity of Alabama–Birmingham (UAB)Unsuitable use of laundry detergent on the open, hemorrhaging surgical wound of a baboon, falsification of veterinary care records to hide failures in attending to animals’ sufferingUnited StatesPETA
2020/09UniversityWisconsin National Primate Research CenterUniversity of Wisconsin–Madison2,000 monkeys severely confined, under constant stress, and mutilatedUnited StatesPETAUNIVERSITY of WISCONSIN–MADISON
2020/09CountryShip Gulf Livestock 1New ZealandNew Zealand has suspended the export of live cattle after a ship that left its shores with 43 crew members and nearly 6,000 cows capsized off Japan New Zealand
NY Times
2020/09BankDeutsche BankMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $1,310,771,379,656.GermanyInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankJPMorganMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $514,206,745,666.United StatesInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankStandard CharteredMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $166 billion.United KingdomInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankBank of New York MellonMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $64 billion.United StatesInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankBarclaysMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $21.6 billion.United KingdomInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankSociété GénéraleMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $8.4 billion.FranceInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankHSBCMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $4.48 billion.United KingdomInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankState Street CorporationMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $2 billion.United StatesInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankCommerzbank AGMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $1.76 billion.GermanyInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/09BankChina Investment CorporationMoney laundering / FinCen Files / Amount of suspicisous transactions: $1.3 billion.ChinaInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
2020/06/18Ontario governmentOntarioCanadaControversial bill 156 was enacted as a statute on 18/6/2020, just one day before the killing of activist Regan Russell by a livestock truck driver - the law prohibits any person to interfere with a motor vehicle transporting farm animals CanadaGoverntment of OntarioLegislative Assembly of Ontario (Bill 156 chronology)Wikipedia (Death of Regan Russell)Mercy for Animals (documentary by award-winning filmmaker Shaun Monson on the death of Regan Russell)
2015CorporationPradaPrada Holding S.P.A.Investigation: ostriches Butchered for 'Luxury' Bags and AccessoriesItaly / South AfricaPETA
2015CorporationHermèsInvestigation: ostriches Butchered for 'Luxury' Bags and AccessoriesFrance / South AfricaPETA
2015CorporationGucciKeringInvestigation: ostriches Butchered for 'Luxury' Bags and AccessoriesFrance / South AfricaPETA
2015CorporationLouis VuittonLVMHInvestigation: ostriches Butchered for 'Luxury' Bags and AccessoriesFrance / South AfricaPETA