by Oliver Craske “It could scarcely be more beautiful, but this quiet corner of Transylvania is the scene of one of Europe’s most devastating disasters.” On British TV screens on 20 May, a BBC documentary team journeyed to Baia Mare, Romania to investigate the background to and consequences of the massive pollution of the River […]

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