September 17th, 2015
Episode 493 of 1091 episodes
The fashion group Mulberry has been accused of failing to safeguard workers' rights. While Mulberry says it expects high standards from suppliers, we hear from one of the founders of Fashion Revolution. The chief executive of the oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has said the energy company will work with the US Government to protect the environment around its drilling operations in the Arctic. We hear from Shell's CEO Ben van Buerden. Kenya is backing the geo-thermal industry to supply a large slice of the country's electricity demand. BBC Africa Business Report Editor Matthew Davies has visited a project in Naivasha to see how it taps steam deep underground to generate power.
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