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Chemical Industry Shortlisted for 'Award' for Sabotage of Climate Action

2:56 AM MST | November 16, 2009 | Alex Scott

Chemical companies are featured in six out of the eight groups shortlisted to win the Angry Mermaid Award, which recognizes corporations for doing the most to sabotage effective action on climate change.   The award is being introduced by environmental groups Attac Denmark (Copenhagen), Corporate Europe Observatory (Brussels), Focus on the Global South (Bangkok), Friends of the Earth International (Amsterdam) and Spinwatch (based at an undisclosed location in the U.K.).   Cefic, Monsanto, Sasol, and Shell are among the eight groups shortlisted, along...

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