Pedal Agianst Pollution! Central Scotland Cycle Ride for Bhopal

Pedal Against Polution for Bhopal

Setting off from Greengairs landfill site


Eurig Scandrett undertook a 45 mile sponsored cycle tour of central Scotland on the 28th April, for and on behalf of The Bhopal Medical Appeal. Eurig is Convenor of Scottish friends of Bhopal, a project of The Bhopal Medical Appeal.

“Amongst raising funds and awareness for The BMA, we aim to highlight that the issues Bhopal raises are not unique to this community alone. Bhopalis represents environmental injustice everywhere. All the places listed on the tour that Eurig is cycling to in Scotland have a history of resistance to pollution and by cycling between them, Eurig hopes to emphasise the connection between these communities and to highlight the common issue of how pollution from industry and its toxic emissions effect us all” says Ingrid Neil, also from Scottish friends of Bhopal.

The cycle took place on 28th of April 2012 which is International Workers Memorial Day which commemorates all lives lost or injured in the workplace.

Pedal Against Pollution for Bhopal

In Bathgate for Workers’ Memorial ceremony with Jim Swan of West Lothian TUC

Eurig's central Scotland Cycle Ride for the Bhopal Medical Appeal

Finishing at Grangemouth with Norman Philip of Falkirk Friends of the Earth

You can still sponsor Eurig via his JustGiving page here


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We believe Dow must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.