Greenpeace demands MOL takes responsibility for Mauritius disaster

In an open letter to MOL's management, Greenpeace makes four demands after the shipping company's dry bulk vessel ran aground off the coast of Mauritius, making it leak more than 1,000 tons oil into the sea and causing damage to the area.

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MOL should step up and take responsibility for the environmental damage caused by the company's vessel after it ran aground in July off island state Mauritius, demands environmental NGO Greenpeace.

The NGO has sent an open letter to the shipping company's management in which it asks a number of questions and makes several demands.

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