Dow Chemical

Despite the charm and coruscation of the games as a celebration of international talent (embodied in the epic performances of Jessica Ennis, Mo Farrah and Chris Hoy among so many others), there's a darker side to London 2012.
Do we have to sentence Olympics visitors to eat plastic buns and drink vast tubs of sugary drinks?
A controversial exhibit in East London, close to the Olympic Park, is calling attention to the Olympics link to Dow Chemical and one of the world's worst industrial disasters.
As the opening ceremony approaches, a steady drip of 'sweatshop' and 'forced labour' allegations over poor conditions for workers manufacturing official Olympics merchandise have emerged.
Despite the continuing furore concerning Dow's sponsorship of the Olympic games, Lord Sebastian Coe and the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) maintain that they are satisfied with Dow Chemical's ethical performance and sustainability.
Indian athletes are threatening to boycott the London Olympic Games in protest over the sponsorship of Dow Chemicals, a company
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