Toxic Brooklyn? Toxic West Virginia. VBS.TV reports on Mountaintop Removal.

Via on Jan 8, 2009

 

Toxic Brooklyn, we knew about. But Toxic West Virginia, some of the most lovely land in our great nation? There’s one sure way to turn ordinary Americans into environmentalists: sic the Bush Administration’s deregulation on ‘em. Watch and learn, courtesy Vice Magazine’s VBS.TV:

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One Response to “Toxic Brooklyn? Toxic West Virginia. VBS.TV reports on Mountaintop Removal.”

  1. […] It’s popular these days to talk about “toxic workplaces.”  This typically means a place of employment that has backstabbing or neurotic co-workers, or a corporate culture that sacrifices human well being at the altar of the bottom line.  It can be an important issue, for sure.   However, I often chuckle when I hear “toxic” bandied about in people’s conversations about their jobs.  I think:  “you want toxic?  I’ll show you toxic!” […]

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