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shipbreaking: 1/2 of 2

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Shipbreaking: clampdown in Asia will send it to Africa

Ecologist

2nd March, 2010

Following our exclusive investigation, Ingvild Jenssen from the NGO Platform on Shipbreaking explains how tougher regulations simply relocated the shipbreaking industry, and how the public can help stop the trade more...
Ship being demolished

How we poison Bangladesh with toxic ship carcasses

Andrew Hickman

23rd February, 2010

Workers are dying in Bangladesh’s shipyards because the west's shipping industry - including UK companies - is not taking responsibility for the disposal of ageing vessels more...

shipbreaking: 1/2 of 2

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