May 13, 2008
The publication shows how local residents, workers and the environment pay the price for ArcelorMittal’s success. The compilation contains case studies examining Mittal’s IFC- and EBRD-financed plants in Romania, Ukraine, Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Czech Republic and Kazakhstan.
Request by Global Action on ArcelorMittal to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and International Finance Corporation
January 19, 2008
August 8, 2007
8 August 2007 Reference number: 092 Alistair Clark Director, Environment and Sustainability Department European Bank for Reconstruction and Development One Exchange Square, London EC2A 2JN, United Kingdom Cc: Elizabeth Smith, Senior Environmental Advisor Mark King, Head, Environmental Policy and Implementation Alke Schmidt, Principal Environmental Advisor Doina Caloianu, Manager of Outreach and NGO Relations Subject: Mittal Steel Temirtau [MST]; ID: 3324 Dear Mr. Clark,
June 11, 2007
Environmental, Health and Safety Audit and Partial Environmental Assessment ISPAT-KARMET Steel, Power and Coal Facilities, Temirtau/Karaganda, Kazakhstan
May 7, 2007
April 11, 2007
On May 8, 2007 EBRD answered this letter. Download the response as pdf here. Also on June 13, 2007 mr Alistair Clark, Director of EBRD’s Environment Department sent the following letter.