How Michelin Covered Up Industrial Deforestation by its Indonesian Partner in “Eco-Friendly” Rubber Venture

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

h/t Ian Magness

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Glenn Hurowitz is CEO of Mighty Earth, a “a global advocacy organization working to defend a living planet”.

Their investigation into Michelin was published two years ago, but now appears to have been picked up by Voxeurop.

Below is the original Mighty Earth report:

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One thought on “How Michelin Covered Up Industrial Deforestation by its Indonesian Partner in “Eco-Friendly” Rubber Venture

  1. The other issue is road dust which increases wash requirements for air port solar and causes cancer and is very bad for ocean health. Better transit with steel wheel rails systems is better & tire taxes t industry is so bad its not even desired in the Asian booming economies.

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