Satinath Sarangi




The Movement in Bhopal and Its Lessons

The Union Carbide poisoning at Bhopal has already received attention in {Social Justice}, from a theoretical standpoint in relation to corporate crime (Pearce and Tombs, 1989). By contrast, the Bhopal activist Satinath Sarangi provides a current update of circumstances in Bhopal and an insightful assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the victim movement, displaying a sense of balance that is rare from an observer who has been so closely involved.

Bhopal, India, disasters, environmental degradation and destruction, environmental justice movement, India — politics

Citation: Social Justice Vol. 23, No. 4 (1996): 100-108


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