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Corporate Social Responsibility: The Bhopal Gas Tragedy (Video, Case Study & Discussion) (October 2nd, 2012)

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by Marc Le Menestrel (5/10/2011)

Video: “A Cloud Over Bhopal”

Summary

The Bhopal tragedy is a landmark in industrial history, for the consequences it had inside and outside the industry. We identify the responsibilities of business and discuss the handling of this responsibility by Union Carbide in the subsequent, and still pending, legal procedures. We then discuss the responsibility of Dow Chemical, now owner of Union Carbide.

Required readings

• Dutta, Sanjib, “The Bhopal Gas Tragedy”, ICFAI Center for Management Research, Hyderabad, India, 2002.

• Dow: “Statement of The Dow Chemical Company Regarding the Bhopal Tragedy”, retrieved May 2004.

• Visit www.bhopal.org

• Visit www.bhopal.net

Question to prepare: Who is responsible for the Bhopal catastrophe? Why?

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