Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Bhopal-Disaster-Anniversary-and-Documentation-27MZIFL95J62.htmlConceptually similarBhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP0FBBCompleted★★★★Union Carbide Factory in BhopalGP0R5CCompleted★★★★Meeting of Union Carbide Survivors in BhopalGP0NQCCompleted★★★★Meeting of Union Carbide Survivors in BhopalGP0SNECompleted★★★★Meeting of Union Carbide Survivors in BhopalGP0V2QCompleted★★★★Meeting of Union Carbide Survivors in BhopalGP01CD5Completed★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP01FZWCompleted★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP08DRCompleted★★★★Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationGP0MUDCompleted★★★★View AllGP017BDBhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationMeera Bai (60) says that at the night of the disaster everybody panicked and started to run. She had two children, one died from the disaster. Her husband died two years ago, he couldn't breathe anymore. Here she is holding up the passport of her husband.Locations:Asia-Bhopal-IndiaDate:1 Dec, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Kadir Van LohuizenMaximum size:8040px X 5670pxKeywords:Day-Disasters-Dow Chemicals-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Pollution-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)-Two people-Union Carbide-Victims-WomenShoot:Bhopal Disaster Anniversary and DocumentationBhopal, India, is the site of the world's worst industrial disaster, where a Union Carbide chemical plant released 40 tonnes of highly toxic methyl isocyanate on the night of 3rd December 1984. The disaster killed thousands and the polluted site of the abandoned factory still leaks poisons into the groundwater of local residents.