EU is investing in toxic waste projects in developing world, GAIA claims

May 16, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Guardian

A worker in a private workshop recycling plastics in Guiyang, in southwest China's Guizhou province.

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"it is essential to integrate grassroots recyclers in developing countries". I would say that green business people are the only business people.

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The gap of environmental standards is among one of reasons companies from developed countries open branches in developing countries, besides lower labour cost, tax benefits and market.

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