Minamata Disease: Poisoned Waters and the Battle for Justice (1932-1968) (Paperback)

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Minamata Disease: Poisoned Waters and the Battle for Justice (1932-1968) By Oliver Lancaster Cover Image


"Minamata Disease: Poisoned Waters and the Battle for Justice (1932-1968)" is a compelling and meticulously researched account of one of the most notorious environmental disasters in history. From the quiet coastal town of Minamata in Japan to the global stage, this book unveils the devastating consequences of industrial pollution, the courageous struggle for justice, and the lasting impact on public health and environmental regulations worldwide.

Discover the untold story of Minamata Disease: a catastrophic industrial pollution crisis that gripped Japan from 1932 to 1968. Uncover the struggles for justice, the lasting health impacts, and the fight to hold corporations accountable in this gripping account of environmental tragedy.

Product Details
ISBN: 9798223889762
Publisher: Oliver Lancaster
Publication Date: July 2nd, 2023
Pages: 214
Language: English