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Author Siqueira, C. Eduardo (Carlos Eduardo), 1955-

Title Dependent convergence : the struggle to control petrochemical hazards in Brazil and the United States / C. Eduardo Siqueira
Published [Place of publication not identified] ROUTLEDGE, 2016
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Series Work, health, and environment series
Work, health, and environment series.
Summary Comparative analyses of social actors and policy outcomes in Bahia and Texas show the similarities and differences in the actors and the policies adopted in each case. As a result of historical and structural developments in Bahia and Texas, Cetrel operates under pollution-control standards and technologies for protecting the environment and workers that are similar to those of the GCA. This convergent trend is characterized as dependent convergence between developing and developed countries. The author makes recommendations for stronger international solidarity among progressive forces in developed and developing countries to promote preventive alternatives to pollution control
Subject Complexo Petroquímico de Camaçari -- History
Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority -- History
Complexo Petroquímico de Camaçari.
Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority.
Hazardous substances -- Government policy -- Case studies
Petroleum chemicals industry -- Employees -- Health and hygiene -- Brazil -- Bahia (State)
Petroleum chemicals industry -- Employees -- Health and hygiene -- Texas
Petroleum chemicals industry -- Environmental aspects -- Brazil -- Bahia (State)
Petroleum chemicals industry -- Environmental aspects -- Texas
Hazardous substances -- Government policy.
PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Health.
Petroleum chemicals industry -- Environmental aspects.
Brazil -- Bahia (State)
Texas.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Case studies.
History.
Form Electronic book
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