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Naka Naka Dupont Naka| 24mins
Director: Partha Sarkar & Reena Kukreja | Producer: Other Media Communications Pvt Ltd
Focus Years: 1998 | Country: India
Subject Tags: asia, ecology, environment, globalization, governance, india
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In 1988, Dupont decided to set up a plant to manufacture Nylon 6.6 in Goa, India. Environmentalists feared that pollution from this factory would destroy the environment and the livelihood of the people in the neighboring villages. They campaigned with the people, and the villages joined to oppose the setting up of the factory. They won the struggle after a long campaign, and loss of life of a young man in police firing.

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