Taking the Lid Off the McDonald’s Coffee Case by RETROREPORT In 1992, Stella Liebeck spilled scalding McDonald’s coffee in her lap and later sued the company, attracting a flood of negative attention. It turns out, there’s more to […]
Coal ash is the waste leftover at the end of the coal burning cycle. It’s laced with the same arsenic, mercury, lead and other toxics. It’s the second largest waste stream in America—15 billion tons of toxic sludge per year. And here’s the dirty little secret: it’s subject to less regulation than the garbage you take to the curb every week.
For the first time in Greece, a documentary producer of the beholder. The DEBTOCRACY searches for the causes of the debt crisis and propose solutions that are hidden from the government and the mainstream media. The documentary will be distributed free by the end of March without usage rights and broadcast and subtitled in at least three languages.