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close this bookThe Long Road to Recovery: Community Responses to Industrial Disasters (UNU, 1996, 307 p.)
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View the documentIntroduction
Open this folder and view contents1 Improving community responses to industrial disasters
Open this folder and view contents2 Responses to Minamata disease
Open this folder and view contents3 Environmental contamination, community transformation, and the Centralia mine fire
Open this folder and view contents4 Seveso: A paradoxical classic disaster
Open this folder and view contents5 Long-term recovery from the Bhopal crisis
Open this folder and view contents6 Iranian recovery from industrial devastation during war with Iraq
Open this folder and view contents7 The Chernobyl disasters Its effect on Belarus and Ukraine
Open this folder and view contents8 The Exxon Valdez oil spill, Alaska
Open this folder and view contents9 Signposts on the road to recovery
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James K. Mitchell

United Nations University Press


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