The analysis of Bhopal throughout this series of articles draws particularly upon the discussions in Pearce (1987), Pearce and Tombs (1989, 1993, 1998), as well as the other references below, which form part of an enormous literature on the disaster. We also draw upon D’Silva’s (2006) The Black Box of Bhopal: A Closer Look at the World’s Deadliest Industrial Disaster, the most elaborate defence yet of UCC’s sabotage theory, but also, inadvertently, subversive of it too.
Internet references are in bold and have their links built in to their titles.
Abraham, M. (1985) The Lessons of Bhopal: a community action resource manual on hazardous technologies, Penang: International Organization of Consumers Unions.
Agarwal, A., Merrifield, J., Tandon, R. (1985) No Place to Run: Local Realities and Global Issues of the Bhopal Disaster, New Market, Tennessee: Highlander Center and Society for Participatory Research in Asia.
APPEN (1986) The Bhopal Tragedy - One Year Later, Penang: Sabahat Alam Malaysia (Friends of the Earth Malaysia).
ARENA (1985) Bhopal: Industrial Genocide? Hong Kong: Arena Press.
Bakan, J. (2004), The Corporation, New York: Penguin.