3,000 killed and 150,000 injured
Typical cold corporate response
If you’re old enough, you may remember Bhopal.
It was the worst industrial disaster in history. Union Carbide, now owned by Dow Chemical, killed over 3,000, injured 120,000 – and did next-to-nothing NOTHING to help the people injured.
Poor design, poor training, poor maintenance, and not taking the dangers the operation posed to the nearby residents seriously led to this disaster. In other words, 1,500 counts of negligent homicide.
The Yes Men reveal the callousness of Dow Chemical
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