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stacy chung

on 22 February 2013

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Date of Establishment 200 years ago Products Target Market Total Annual Sales Causing bad environmental effects and not respecting human rights in the communities of Nigeria, Ireland, Canada, and the Arctic Helps relocate communities affected by Shell projects What do organizations say? What does Shell say? With more than 90,000 employees Headquarters in Netherlands Operates in more than 90 countries around the world $470,171,000,000 for 2011 -Arctic and Nigeria pollution
-Clean-up ability is not adequate: spilled oil are getting into the ocean and affecting the marine mammals Gas flaring and human rights abuse in Nigeria Dangerous developments: Investing $5,000,000,000 in tar sands Shares project plans with communities and works with government agencies to help with road safety Has company-wide security standards to answer questions for concerned communities by explaining how they protect people and facilities while respecting human rights Solutions offered by Shell Shell admits that they don't have a good safety system in North Sea Jeroen Van Der Veer, Shell's chief executive, says that they will increase the protection in their area of operations. Solutions offered by organizations According to Nnimo Bassey, Nigerian head of Friends of the Earth International, Beyond Petroleum is obstructing the progressing law in oil spill in Nigeria. Now Nigeria is becoming a danger in planet,
Bassey suggests that they should be taken to the international court of justice to force them to clean up the pollution and compensate the victims properly. Sources -http://www.shell.com/global/environment-society/society/our-neighbours/impact.html
-http://www.scribd.com/doc/22598527/Marketing-Project-on-Shell www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e9K2D_v-5s By Amnesty Shell Retail + Business customers Everyone who has automobiles! Done by Stacy Chung, Nazib Ahmed, Juvimer Cainglet, Fay Leung
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