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Do corporations & their Business & Industry NGOs (BINGOs) represent society?

Written By Krishna on Friday, December 02, 2011 | 2:55 AM

After usurping the democratic space of citizens by getting themselves declared as artificial persons, corporations are sidelining community groups using Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) of myriad ilk both overtly and covertly through their own NGOs or through tainted funding. It is high time NGOs involved in platform politics realize how they are being used by their funding agencies with ulterior motives by claiming to "represent" citizens. ToxicsWatch Alliance (TWA) demands that NGOs reveal their funding sources each time they "represent" citizens, conduct programs or issue statements.

Gopal Krishna
ToxicsWatch Alliance (TWA)

Given below is a list of corporations participating in this COP17 in Durban, South Africa:

Confederation of Indian Industry

Society of Indian Automobiles Manufacturers

Tata Power

Environmental Markets Association

ICF International

TransCanada Corporation

EURELECTRIC

Electricité de France

E.ON UK

Danish Energy Association

Fortum Corporation

Energy Norway

European Business Council for Sustainable Energy

Deutsche Telekom AG

FutureCamp GmbH

National Australia Bank

European Climate Foundation

Deutsche Bank AG

Fauna and Flora International

Macquarie Bank

Federation of Electric Power Companies

Mitsubishi Research Institute Inc.

Japan Business Federation

Electric Power Development Co. Ltd.

Chubu Electric Power Company

The Kansai Electric Power Company

Federation of German Industries

BMW Group

Hitachi Power Europe GmbH

Siemens AG

Robert Bosch GmbH

German Emissions Trading Association

EcoSecurities

Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute Ltd

Global CCS Institute

Global Wind Energy Council

GE Renewables

Vestas

REN21

Suzlon Energy Limited

Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership

ENEL

Duke Energy Corporation

International Air Transport Association

Association of European Airlines

British Airways

Bombardier inc.

Airbus

BAA Ltd

United Airlines

Airlines Association of Southern Africa

International Chamber of Commerce

SASOL

ESKOM

Brinkman & Associates (Canadian tree planting company)

Arkema S.A.

AREVA

Exxon Mobil Corporation

Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Alstom Power

United States Council for International Business

Angloamerican

International Climate Change Partnership

Intel Corporation

International Council for Mining and Metals

African Rainbow Minerals

AngloGold Ashanti Ltd.

Rio Tinto plc

Chamber of Mines of SA

BHP Billiton

Harmony Gold

Xstrata Coal South Africa

Gold Fields Ltd

Lonmin Platinum

International Emissions Trading Association

Morgan Stanley UK Limited

Shell International Limited

Norsk Hydro ASA

ENDESA Energía S.A.

DNV

GreenStream Network Ltd

KPMG

EON AG

Vattenfall AB

Tricorona

ENEL

STATOIL

Statkraft AS

Alstom Power

ERM

Camco

Macleod Dixon LLP

PriceWaterhouseCoopers - Australia

JP Morgan Chase Bank

KDF Energy

Natsource LLC

Natixis Environment and Infrastructures

Hunton and Williams LLP

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Mitsubishi Corporation

Point Carbon

Deloitte

Alstom Power

Noble Carbon Credits GmbH

Statkraft AS

Eneco Energy Trade

DNV Antwerp, Belgium

CDC Climat

Deutsche Bank AG

Repsol

Eneco

EON AG

GreenStream Network Ltd

Gazprom

KDF Energy

ORBEO

Noble Carbon Credits GmbH

PointCarbon

ERM

AENOR

Vattenfall AB

GreenStream Network Ltd

Green Resources

SGS United Kingdom

IDEA Carbon

International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association

Chevron Corporation

Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

Total

British Petroleum Company

Japan Economic Research Institute

Development Bank of Japan

Keidanren

Komatsu Ltd.

Nippon Steel Corporation

JFE Steel Corporation

Toshiba Corporation

Think Tank SophiaBank

Japan Business Federation

Asahi Glass Co. Ltd.

Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association Inc.

Sumitomi Metal Industries, LTD

Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.

ITOCHU Corporation

ITOCHU Corporation

Mitsubishi Corporation

Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings

Japan Chemical Industry Association

The Japan Gas Association

Fujitsu Research Institute

Munich Climate Insurance Initiative

Microensure

Price Waterhouse Cooper

Munich Reinsurance Company

Munich Re Foundation

Project Developer Forum Ltd.

Tricorona

EcoSecurities

South Pole Carbon Asset Management Ltd

ORBEO

Mitsubishi Corporation

GDF Suez Energy Latin America

Climate Bridge Ltd.

C-Quest Capital

The AES Corporation

Mabanaft

The Climate Group

SunPower Corp.

Shandong Shengli Machinery Group

Broad Energy use Conpany

Top Resource Conservation Engineering Co.,Ltd

Director, Global Energy and Environment Policy

HP

UK Business Council for Sustainable Energy

Suzlon Energy Australia

Greenbank

World Business Council for Sustainable Development

DuPont

Mr. Damien Leonard

GDF Suez

Acciona Energía

ArcelorMittal

KPMG

EnviroMedia Social Marketing

Mazzetti Nash Lipsey Burch

CONCAMIN

Quimobasicos

Shell International

ENI

Holcim Group Support

Volkswagen AG

Veolia Environnement

Infosys Technologies Ltd.

L'Oréal

Deutsche Post DHL

American Electric Power

Alstom Power

Siemens AG

Dow Chemical Company

Det Norske Veritas

BMW Group

Novozymes A/S

Anglo American plc

Novozymes A/S

National Business Initiative

Mr. Godfrey Gomwe CEO of Anglo American and NBI

The Coca-Cola Company

ABI

SUEZ-Environnement

EURELECTRIC

Anglo American Platinum Ltd

Grundfos - Denmark

Statkraft AS

ESKOM

Accenture

BP plc

World Coal Association

Anglo American

compiled by
Richard Polaris

richard@polarisinstitute.org
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