Our series of short documentaries titled The Hudson: River at Risk has been growing as of late.
We recently spent the day shooting two new interviews for a new section of the series on General Electric (GE) and its sordid history of PCB contamination in the Hudson. The corporation is resisting attempts by concerned citizens to compel further cleanup of the remaining pollution it is responsible for. Some in the New York state government don’t seem to be hearing the concerns of its citizens either.
Our shoot took us to GE headquarters in New York, and saw us interviewing Dan Raichel, Attorney for National Resources Defense Counsel (NDRC) and (at the very bottom of the page) David Carpenter, Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at University at Albany. Director/filmmaker Jon Bowermaster is interviewing, with camera work by Devin Pickering.
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