Today I revisited the Rana Plaza factory site where the eight-story building collapsed two years ago, horrifically killing 1,138 workers and seriously injuring more than 2,500 others. The site has not changed much since I came here in 2013, a month after the collapse. You can still find spools of thread, fabric, the occasional lost scarf or shoe, and remnants of the Joe Fresh jeans, which were being produced for JC Penney and Loblaw’s at the time. Most of the building has been demolished, but the rubble remains. In the center, a rain puddle has become a pond with an unnatural green hue and algae growing around the edges.