… and the polluters continue to evade responsibility
Here is just one example
“When people in Bhopal talk of the gas they are referring to the 40 tonnes of toxic chemicals that poured into the sky from an insecticide factory in the early hours of 3 December 1984, wreaking deadly havoc.
Up to 8,000 people died in the immediate aftermath, perhaps two and half times that in the subsequent months. But now, almost a quarter-century after the world’s worst industrial accident, campaigners are fighting to help a “second generation” of suffering Bhopalis who they say are victims of contaminated water and political and corporate neglect.”
…”no comprehensive study has been carried out into the after-effects of the gas or subsequent contamination of drinking water. … Indian authorities at all levels are afraid of scaring off foreign investors”