The NGO Shipbreaking Platform's research and information is mentioned in more than 200 articles and reports every year. Our work has been featured in major media outlets around the world. Check the latest press highlights!
Forbes - Where The World Sends Its Multimillion-Dollar Ships To Die
Business Insider - How $300 Million Cruise Ships Are Demolished
Cheddar News - Why Cruise Ships Go To Turkey To Die
BBC - UK cruise ships scrapped in India's 'ship graveyard'
The Guardian - Bangladesh shipbreakers win right to sue UK owners in landmark ruling
The Daily Star - Toxic ships sail in on false papers
RÚV - Where Eimskip's ships go to die
BBC Disclosure - Breaking Bad: Uncovering The Oil Industry's Dirty Secret
The Guardian - 'Mollah’s life was typical': the deadly ship graveyards of Bangladesh
TV4 - Fartyg skrotas under livsfarliga förhållanden
El Confidencial - Así usan las petroleras los paraísos fiscales para deshacerse de sus barcos: el caso Cepsa
SRF - Schweizer Schiff in Bangladesch verschrottet
The Sun - The deadly boat graveyards
ZEMBLA - SBM's toxic tanker
France 2 - Inde: des chantiers navals de démolition qui font scandale
The Economist - The world’s biggest ship-breaking town is under pressure to clean up
The Independent - How a UK company is using a Caribbean tax haven to cash in on scrapping toxic ships in one of the world’s poorest countries
The Ecologist - The toxic trade of obsolete ships
South China Morning Post - Two years since Pakistan’s Gadani ship-breaking disaster, why are workers still dying?
Courrier International - Les cimetières des navires : où les vieux cargos sont-ils démantelés?
Il Post - Sapete come si smantella una nave?
Reuters - Shipping's financiers turning the tide on shipbreaking practices
VICE - India’s huge ship-breaking industry is destroying its workers’ health
RT - Toxic Case: Dutch shipping bosses in court over selling vessels with harmful waste
The Guardian - 'This is the world’s cheapest place to scrap ships’ – but in Chittagong, it’s people who pay the price
Bloomberg - Brazil to Crack Down on Ships Sold Into `Toxic' Scrap Trade
Le Monde - Palaos, le pavillon corbillard en vogue chez les armateurs
Das Erste - Abgewrackt in Bangladesch: Schmutzige Spuren deutscher Schiffsfonds
The Guardian - Where oil rigs go to die
Jyllands-Posten - Med de bare næver: Forfærdelige forhold og triste tragedier på velfærdets skrotplads
Corriere della Sera - A Mani Nude
Al Jazeera - With Bare Hands
El Pais - Cementerio de hombres y barcos
La Stampa - Pochi controlli e costi ridotti, le navi italiane demolite in India
Politiken - Mærsk slækker krav til miljø og sikkerhed for at spare en milliard på at få gamle skibe skåret itu
DanWatch - Maersk and the hazardous waste in Bangladesh
Los Angeles Times - Adult and underage workers risk their lives in bangladesh’s rising ship-breaking industry
Deutsche Welle – Ship recycling is risky work in Bangladesh
Repubblica - Demolizione delle navi, le accuse della Ong alle compagnie italiane
France 2 – Les coulisses du plus grand cimetière de bateaux du monde
The NGO Shipbreaking Platform, Basel Action Network (BAN), BAN Asbestos France, International Ban Asbestos Secretariat (IBAS), İstanbul Isig Meclisi and Brazilian ABREA have alerted the Turkish Ministry… Read More
The tanker J. NAT has been beached on the shipbreaking shores of Gadani, Pakistan despite clear warnings by Interpol and international civil society groups that the vessel contains high levels of toxics.
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