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How one company is getting away with a human and environmental tragedy

Blog entry by Marietta Harjono | 25 September, 2012

Six years ago a multinational company bought large amounts of unrefined gasoline in the US and refined it through an industrial process called caustic washing onboard a ship, the Probo Koala, in the Mediterranean Sea. During one...

The Toxic Truth

Publication | 25 September, 2012 at 2:30

This is a story of corporate crime, human rights abuse and governments’ failure to protect people and the environment. A joint report by Amnesty International and Greenpeace Netherlands.


Background | 18 January, 2010 at 12:08

Trafigura is a Netherlands/Switzerland/UK based multinational corporation specialized in trading raw materials and in particular oil. It is sometimes referred to as "the largest multinational you've never heard of". Below is the story of their...

Greenpeace condemns Trafigura-Cote d’Ivoire deal as travesty of justice

Press release | 14 February, 2007 at 17:35

Greenpeace condemns the deal struck between the Presidency of the Cote d’Ivoire and the Trafigura group. Trafigura will reportedly pay € 152 million towards clean-up costs, without accepting liability or responsibility for the dumping of highly...

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