Mapping Cigarette Factories Around the World


There are hundreds of cigarette factories around the world – nondescript, benign buildings that largely go unnoticed. But when their manufacturing power is combined, the results are overwhelmingly deadly. Cigarettes accounted for 100 million deaths last century and are expected by global health experts to kill a billion more by the end of this one. In the October 4th issue of Stanford Report, Adam Gorlick highlights Anthropologist Matthew Kohrman's ongoing effort to expose the international whereabouts of these factories. See: Stanford Report.