Global dumping ground: the international traffic in hazardous waste

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Seven Locks Press, 1990 - Health & Fitness - 152 pages
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The traffic in hazardous waste is a booming business. This book reveals the dangers facing our planet due to a lucrative and scandal-ridden business.

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Global dumping ground: the international traffic in hazardous waste

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The result of four years work by the Center for Investigative Reporting for a television documentary, this book (prefaced by Moyers) paints a grim picture. Landfills leak. Incinerators spew. The ... Read full review

Contents

THREE The Pioneering Colbert Brothers
35
A Toxic Gold Mine
85
SEVEN Rethinking the Future
103
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About the author (1990)

Bill Moyers's career as a television journalist has earned him more than thirty Emmy Awards. His reporting and interviews have been the basis for seven bestsellers. He is author of "Genesis" (Doubleday), "The Language of Life" (Main Street Books), and "Healing and the Mind" (Doubleday). He lives in New Jersey with his wife and creative collaborator, Judith Davidson Moyers.