U.C. Berkeley student Alan Toth made a film about environmental concerns embroiling a small town in North Florida.
Mining Phosphorus explores the subject of phosphate mining in Florida. Phosphate rock is our main source of phosphorus, one of the most critical elements in modern agriculture, but the practice of mining phosphate produces significant environmental concerns, including literal mountains of toxic waste.
You will probably recognize many of the people in this trailer. In the first view of protesters, there’s Continue reading