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Popular Features. New Releases. Free delivery worldwide. Expected to be delivered to Germany by Christmas. Description In this compelling oral history, Ogata Masato, fisherman and Minamata disease sufferer, tells of the devastation of methyl mercury poisoning. Spanning fifty years, his story describes the impact of industrial pollution on his own life, on his extended family, and on the fishing culture of the Shiranui Sea.

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A one-time leader of Minamata disease patients seeking certification and compensation, Masato breaks away to follow his personal path to redemption. Masato's story, larger than any one man or one incident, raises questions we must all consider as beneficiaries of modern industry and technology. People who bought this also bought. Women of Okinawa Ruth Ann Keyso. Add to basket. The Mayor of Aihara Simon Partner. Under the Black Umbrella Hildi Kang. The Scorch Trials James Dashner. The Maze Runner James Dashner.

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