Nuclear contamination is harming land and lives in parts of America. Some Native Americans call it "deliberate genocide." In this episode of teleSUR's "Days of Revolt," Chris Hedges and two Native American activists examine the problem and how to fight back.
Billionaires are hyping nuclear power as a magic cure for climate change. But there are many reasons why governments should resist their call to pump more tax dollars into nuclear energy.
Maybe this is why there’s a New York city named Fishkill. Road crews in some rural areas around the state are using toxic fracking waste liquid to de-ice roads, despite a moratorium on fracking in the state and a federal EPA warning against using the juice. Exactly what’s in the liquid? Only the frackheads know, and they’re keeping it a secret.
At some point the persistence of leaks at the Fukushima nuclear plant stops being news, and reports that there is not a leak becomes a story. The problem this time: typhoon rains, and chances are good more heavy weather will hit the region before the busy storm season ends.
With so much focus recently on nuclear power sources in certain other parts of the world, it's important to note that the US has some considerable issues of its own in that department Take these results of a yearlong investigation into domestic power plants .
The two government teams used fake documents to bring the radioactive materials through northern and southern borders. And Bush & Co. are still pushing for a missile defense shield.