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3 Dez 2001

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Greenpeace

Toxic Bhopal water delivered to Dow Chemicals [India]

The coalition called for renewed efforts to rehabilitate survivors of the disaster, clean up of the residual contamination at the abandoned site, Union Carbide and its officials to be held accountable and for international laws to be developed to ensure that corporations are made responsible for chemical accidents and ongoing pollution worldwide.

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Union Carbide/Dow lawsuit (re Bhopal, filed in India)

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