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In "Plundering the Amazon," the reporters expose illegal land destruction of the Brazilian rain forest by well-known companies such as Alcoa and Cargill. These companies are destroying land without federal permits and in "violation of Brazilian law."
Wall Street Journal investigates the pollution of the St. Lawrence River by Alcoa, General Motors and Reynolds Metals Co.; the pollution has poisoned the river and the St. Regis Mohawk Indian Reservation property; Mohawks' cattle were poisoned and wildlife deformed by the consumption of pollutants, Nov. 29, 1990.