An ‘Every Village,’ Awash in Misery

NYT: Often the damaging environmental effects of industry don't feel real to faraway consumers. The carbon dioxide that spews into the air from power plants is invisible even to those who are close at hand. When the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster began last spring, few could see the impact a mile under water, conveyed only belatedly by cameras when BP decided to release the footage. But in an otherwise obscure corner of southern Hungary, polluting caustic red mud literally flooded ......

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