8 Loopholes in Corporate Reporting

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See Sea Change Co-Director Bill Baue interview Sanford Lewis of the Investor Environmental Health Network about its new report in a video —  8 Loopholes: Corporations and the Investor Crisis of Confidence — co-produced by Sea Change Media and IEHN.  You can also listen to a press briefing about the report, which links the history of companies hiding known asbestos risks to human health and to their financial health with the lack of disclosure on the parallel risks documented today on nanotechnology.

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2 Responses to “8 Loopholes in Corporate Reporting”

  1. This is a very important report. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. Before I retired, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, was just beginning to look at nano technologies. It is critically important to long-term investors to close the loopholes Sanford Lewis outlines. We need to know the real range of possible liabilities over the course coming decades, not the lowest number for the following year. Let’s get away from legal fiction.

  2. Bill says:

    Thanks Jim — we at Sea Change agree on the importance of this report. The idea that nanotech is now ubiquitous but undisclosed — neither on product labels nor in corporate disclosures — even though the risks are real! Bill