Author Archives: Heather Houser

Legacy of Bhopal Taints Olympics

As I mentioned in class, Union Carbide/Dow’s negligence and evasion of responsibility for the Bhopal disaster have re-gained media attention, that oh so elusive attention. Controversies around Dow’s London Olympics sponsorship continue to boil. The latest news: “Possibility of Indian … Continue reading

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Urban Roots documentary

I’ve just learned about a new documentary by Mark MacInnis that’s akin to The Garden: Urban Roots. It studies the trend of converting land in blighted Detroit neighborhoods into urban gardens that I mentioned in class this week. I’ve contacted the producer … Continue reading

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