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Pierpaolo Mittica, a dentist by profession, completed his first project of social reportage in Sarajevo in 1997, and since then went on to produce his first published work on Kosovo in 1999. From 2002-4 he visited Belarus and the Ukraine several times to document the heritage left by Chernobyl. Dr Rosalie Bertell was recently selected to be one of the 1000 Peace Women nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, 2005. Biometrician and environmental epidemiologist, she works for the victims or potential victims of industrial, technological and military pollution.
Important book for people to learn how past mistakes can have effects long into the further.Published 7 months ago by lynn pegoraro
I love the pictures in this book. It is so haunting! How an unseen element can kill so many, destroy a town, so many lives. And leave it a ghost town. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Susan
The entire episode has been hidden carefully by those who stand to make money on nuclear power. And those who want to hoard plutonium for more bombs. Read morePublished 19 months ago by R. Prada