Early Warning: A Radioactive Rio Grande

Early Warning: A Radioactive Rio Grande tells of the first evidence of low levels of radioactive waste - from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico - leaking into the Rio Grande, the main source of water for millions of people. If left unchecked, that radioactivity could reach dangerous levels. This "early warning" provides us an opportunity to protect our river and the safety of our water. Early Warning was produced in conjunction with CCNS's Rio Grande Watershed Initiative.

Joni Arends, CCNS
David Englert, New Mexico Environment Department
George Rice, Groundwater hydrologist
Norm Buske, The RadioActivist Campaign

Early Warning: A Radioactive Rio Grande was produced by The RadioActivist Campaign. Run Time: 10 min. Copyright 2003.

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