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Living with Danger

Publication | 2013-04-02 at 3:00

China is the world’s largest phosphate fertilizer producer. In its current state it is at serious overcapacity. By the end of 2011 this colossal phosphate fertilizer industry has left the country with 300 million tons of phosphogypsum, an...

How China's fertilizer industry is endangering villager lives

Video | 2013-04-02 at 3:00

Greenpeace has lifted the lid on a serious problem that's been plaguing China for decades. The country has now accumulated at least three hundred million tons of toxic phosphogypsum waste, or more than 200 kg for every citizen in China. Stacks in...

Bad neighbor: Yingfeng Chemical Plant in Sichuan

Image | 2013-04-22 at 8:00

Vegetables grow nearby Yingfeng Chemical Plant. Shifang City, Sichuan Province. Greenpeace has investigated the manufacture of phosphate fertilizer in Sichuan. Chemical fertilizers play an integral role in industrial agriculture and food...

Ugly food: the truth behind chemical fertilisers in China

Blog entry by Alessandro Saccoccio | 2013-04-02

When thinking about food the first image that comes to our mind might be the so-called ‘food porn’ photography that the marketing industry relies upon when advertising food products. But there is also an ugly side of food the industry...

Find out what Chinese fertilizers has to do with saving pandas

Blog entry by Alessandro Saccoccio | 2013-04-24 2 comments

We recently blogged about a Greenpeace East Asia investigation which uncovered the ‘ugly side of food’, and exposed a phosphate fertilizers manufacturing scandal in Sichuan, China . We also sadly witnessed how chemical fertilizers...

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