Through 20 case studies of corporate capture, collusion and impunity a new Greenpeace report shows how corporate power, in the absence of these principles, has been used to: “repeatedly abuse and violate human and environmental rights. The cases expose corporate wrongdoing relating to deforestation, water and air pollution, plastic pollution, waste dumping, chemical spills, nuclear disaster, violations of Indigenous rights, civic and legal repression of environmental and human rights defenders, tax avoidance, corruption, climate denial, and fraudulent manipulation of the public debate.”
Justice for People and Planet. Greenpeace.
DowDuPont : Justice out of sight, the Bhopal tragedy 1984-2017
“Decades after the Bhopal disaster which killed 20,000, impacted half a million and contaminated the local water supply, victims have been unable to secure adequate justice or remedies from chemical giant DowDuPont; a challenge made greater by a series of purchases and mergers.”
Read the full report Justice for People and Planet. Greenpeace: pp 77-80