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Global dumping ground : the international traffic in hazardous waste

著者: Bill D Moyers; Center for Investigative Reporting (U.S.)
出版: Washington : Seven Locks Press, ©1990.
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Reveals the dangers facing our planet due to the lucrative and scandal-ridden business of trafficking in hazardous waste. Too often, the industrial world's worst poisons end up in countries where regulations are weak and seldom enforced. No country figures more prominently in this trade than the United States, which--as the world's top producer of hazardous waste--generates more than 500 million tons annually. In  続きを読む
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Moyers, Bill D.
Global dumping ground.
Washington : Seven Locks Press, c1990
(OCoLC)646967700
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Bill D Moyers; Center for Investigative Reporting (U.S.)
ISBN: 093202095X 9780932020956
OCLC No.: 22210213
物理形態: xvii, 152 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
コンテンツ: The paths of least resistance --
Odyssey of the poison ships --
The pioneering Colbert brothers --
Troubles on the border --
Loopholes in the law --
The first world: a toxic gold mine --
Rethinking the future.
責任者: Center for Investigative Reporting and Bill Moyers.
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Reveals the dangers facing our planet due to the lucrative and scandal-ridden business of trafficking in hazardous waste. Too often, the industrial world's worst poisons end up in countries where regulations are weak and seldom enforced. No country figures more prominently in this trade than the United States, which--as the world's top producer of hazardous waste--generates more than 500 million tons annually. In what amounts to the export of Love Canal, hazardous cargoes from America--used car batteries, dry cleaning fluids, banned pesticides, and the like--find dumpsites in the developing nations.

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