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Always Coca-Cola: Why Environmental Exploitation Should be Included in the Legal Construction of International Crimes

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Znar Agha

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL
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Znar Agha is an LLM student. She is educated and trained to acquire deep and comprehensive knowledge in domestic and international politics, economics, public administration, law and other disciplines that require knowledge of how political systems function.

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Abstract

This article seeks to explore whether the Coca-Cola corporation has committed environmental crimes in India. More specifically, it aimed at answering the question to what extent can Coca-Cola be held accountable for committing crimes against humanity if their use of water intervenes with international human rights.

How to Cite: Agha, Z., 2017. Always Coca-Cola: Why Environmental Exploitation Should be Included in the Legal Construction of International Crimes. Amsterdam Law Forum, 9(3), pp.104–114. DOI: http://doi.org/10.37974/ALF.309
Published on 01 Jun 2017.

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