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Investigative Journalism on Corporate Ethics
26 October 2011
Million liters of poison for eggs and bacon
Every year millions of litres of pesticides are sprayed out over soy fields in Argentina to ensure that you can buy eggs, bacon, milk and pork chops. The Pesticide is suspected of being behind an increase in the number of miscarriages, deformities, incidents of cancer and other life-threatening conditions. Danish agriculture spends billions every years on importing soy for animal feed.
4 April 2008
Video: The Hidden Flow
The European Union has introduced rules to avoid that old European e-waste ends up in landfills in developing countries. Despite this regulation, a hidden flow of old electronic waste to East Africa continues.
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