U.S.’s Largest Polluters Accounting for 60,000 Tons of Airborne Toxic Emissions A Year

by Thinker
History now shows the actions of those who wanted to change the world for the better, and those who only wanted to profit from and enslave those that live there. Who can make changes and chooses not to in the name of greed and profits? Actions define the company, its owner and the operator. Is it good or bad for the environment? Do they care? Do you support companies without knowing anything about them? Best known for his controversial role as the American ambassador to South Vietnam from 1963 to 1967, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. also served in a variety of other diplomatic positions as well as in the U.S. Senate during his long career in Republican politics. Born to a patrician New England family in 1902 (his grandfather had been a famous U.S.senator from Massachusetts). Cabot Corporation was founded by Godfrey Lowell Cabot in 1882 when he applied for a patent for a “carbon black making apparatus.” The company incorporated in the state of Delaware in 1960.
www.gwu.edu/~erpapers/mep/display…rpn-henlod
Cabot Corporation is a specialty chemicals and performance materials company headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. According to Jason Leopold in a Huffington Post article, Cabot was one of the U.S.’s largest polluters, accounting for 60,000 tons of airborne toxic emissions annually.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabot_Corporation
Maine Coast Heritage Trust
Founders: Thomas D. Cabot (1897-1995) and Margaret M. Rockefeller (1915-1996) Maine Coast Heritage Trust manages more than 100 preserves along Maine’s coast. (No polutting there?) Featured below are links to a sampling of MCHT’s preserves—places that exemplify the core conservation values that the Trust seeks to protect?
www.mcht.org/preserves/index.shtml
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