This site was developed by corporate researcher extraordinaire, George Draffan. It is aimed at people who want to learn more about corporations for the purpose of controlling their destructive behavior. Emphasis on corporations in the northwestern U.S., but good general coverage of "the problem" that corporations create.
Hundreds of translated articles await you on www.mbtranslations.com. These articles translated from the German focus on human rights, economic ethics, anti-militarism, international law and political theory.
The Cleanup Level Database is an on-line database and GIS system provides on-line listings of soil cleanup levels and records of decision for over 10,000 Superfund sites. Users can search by site or by compound.
Global Information Network is non-profit news and world media operation that focuses on coverage of news from the Developing World, and the effects of industrial countries and mutinational coorporations on the Developing World. They offer a two-week trial of their service for free.
The purpose of this report is to tell the stories of the families of the African American community of Diamond, Louisiana. Shell built a chemical factory next to the community in the 1950's that is now grown to stand only fifteen feet from the community. Shell poses a great threat to the community. There have even been deaths caused by explosions in the plant. This is the story of the effects of Shell on that community.
CorpsWatch India is a progam of the US-based corporate accountability group CorpsWatch. It was created to facilitate the spread of information concerning the social and environmental impacts of coroporate invetment in India. It is a collaboration with Indian activists to strengthen and link movements addressing corporate globalization in India and worldwide.