The NGO Platform on Shipbreaking works to raise awareness and prevent the human rights abuses and the environmental injustice provoked when toxic wastes on board end-of-life vessels are freely traded without restraint in the global market place.
Make the polluter pay! Why we need the European Ship Recycling Licence (October 2016)
A PRINCIPLED & PRACTICAL APPROACH – Making sure the EU Ship Recycling Regulation will be a driver for change (May 2015)
What a difference a flag makes – Why ship owners’ responsibility to ensure sustainable ship recycling needs to go beyond flag state jurisdiction (April 2015)
Pakistan Shipbreaking Outlook (May 2014)
Industrial Capabilities of North America: A Report on ‘Green’ Ship Recycling Capacity in the United States, Canada and Mexico – prepared by the Basel Action Network (November 2012)
OFF THE BEACH! Report (2009)
Fate of Shipbreaking Wastes in Turkey (2009)
Childbreaking yards – Platform/FIDH (2008)
Killing the future: Asbestos in India – IBAS (2007)
Shipbreaking activities impact on coastal zone in Bangladesh – YPSA (2006)
End of Life Ships: The human cost of breaking ships – Platform/Greenpeace/FIDH/YPSA (2005)
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We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the European Commission.