Human Rights in Wind Turbine Supply Chains Update 2019
Assessing the level of due diligence conducted by wind turbine manufacturers supplying the Dutch market
SOMO research, commissioned by ActionAid(opens in new window) , on how wind turbine manufacturers are tackling risks of human rights violations in their supply chains.
The report is a follow-up to the 2018 research ‘Human Rights in Wind Turbine Supply Chains‘. This report assess the extent to which the seven wind turbine manufacturers that were examined in the initial report have acted on previous recommendations and improved their policies related to risk-based due diligence in their wind turbine supply chains. The report takes the different steps of due diligence expected by the UNGPs and the OECD Guidelines as its starting point and normative benchmark.
The research analyses the companies’ general due diligence processes as well as at how the companies approach the specific risks associated with the extraction and processing of minerals that play an important role in the production of wind turbines, such as iron, aluminium and copper. The report also provides recommendations for governments and companies.
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