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This Legal Brief Is Going To Move You To Tears
Co-Founder and Director, EarthRights International
Over one night in December 1984, the people of Bhopal became the victims of the worst industrial disaster in history. Over the following decades, they became the victims of corporate neglect, as the pesticide plant made infamous by the gas disaster leached toxins into their drinking water.
Why Obama Should Stop Pushing Nuclear Energy on India
Academic, Researcher, Writer, Entrepreneur
Technologies such as solar and wind are advancing so rapidly that by the time the first new nuclear reactors are installed in India, they will be less costly than nuclear energy. Most importantly, the alternative technologies are cleaner and safer.
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The Night Of The Leak At Bhopal
4 Environmental Health Lessons Learned From the Bhopal Disaster
Gary H. Cohen
Health Care Without Harm president and co-founder
Anniversaries are an opportunity to look back on the journey and see what progress has been achieved, what lessons have been applied and where history seems poised, even determined, to repeat itself. And so, what have we learned since the Bhopal disaster in 1984?
Bhopal Anniversary: Redefining "Natural"
The Yes Men
Using humor and disruptive action to help take our democracy back
Emissions of a toxic sort, the quick-acting kind like at Bhopal, or the slow-acting kind the whole world is starting to reel from today: to stop them isn't a technical issue. It's a matter of redefining what we want
to really mean.
Bhopal 30 Years On: Lessons From a Toxic Tragedy
Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
I was in Bhopal, India 10 years after the 1984 disaster in which a now infamous Union Carbide pesticide plant released 27 tons of a toxic chemical into a crowded sleeping city, killing 8,000 people immediately and over 20,000 to date. I
30 Years Later, Those Responsible for India's Bhopal Disaster Must Be Held Accountable
Amnesty International's Secretary General
It is neither justice nor equality when a U.S. company can evade accountability for the deaths of thousands of people in India.
'Green News Report' -- December 2, 2014
Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen
Co-hosts of the radio's nationally syndicated 'Green News Report'
Bhopal Call for Justice Missing on Key Facts
Mom, traveller, researcher
I was very young when the world's worst industrial disaster hit Bhopal the night of 2nd Dec 1984. My mom woke me up at 4am that morning and I thought I had to get ready for school.
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