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The U.S. Department of Energy has completed about one-third of a project to move 16 million tons of uranium tailings from the banks of the Colorado River, near the city of Moab, to a permanent disposal site 30 miles north, near Crescent Junction. This project is called the Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action (UMTRA) Project.

The Moab Tailings Project aims to remove millions of tons of uranium tailings from the banks of the Colorado River.

Don Hancock, one of country's leading experts on nuclear waste, discusses the proposed transfer of high-level radioactive waste from the Hanford site in Washington state to the WIPP site in Southern New Mexico.

Don Hancock, one of country's leading experts on nuclear waste, discusses the proposed transfer of high-level radioactive waste from the Hanford site in Washington state to the WIPP site in Southern New Mexico.

"If we’re going to solve the problem of water in the Middle Rio Grande, it can’t be one agency that does it.  It has to be all of us."  By The Utton Transboundary Resources Center   Editor's note: This interview is part of the Utton Center's latest Environmental Flows Bulletin written by Laura Paskus.

"If we’re going to solve the problem of water in the Middle Rio Grande, it can’t be one agency that does it. It has to be all of us." By The Utton Transboundary Resources Center Editor's note: This interview is part of the Utton Center's latest Environmental Flows Bulletin written by Laura Paskus.

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effects of depleted Uranium

Effects of depleted Uranium

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Independent environmental journalist Laura Paskus talks about New Mexico's water situation.

Price talks with independent environmental journalist Laura Paskus about New Mexico's water situation.

V.B. Price speaks with the Paul Robinson, Research Director at the Southwest Research and Information Center, about the legacy of uranium mining in New Mexico, how the uranium market works and who suffers if there's another boom. - See more at: http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/insight_new_mexico_paul_robinson#sthash.PuGLSFgZ.dpuf

Price speaks with the Paul Robinson, Research Director at the Southwest Research and Information Center, about the legacy of uranium mining in New Mexic.

"I have been accumulating stories of a rapidly escalating water crisis – of farm wells going dry, new wells being drilled to unprecedented depths (more than 300 meters), desperate residents of the poor colonias of Juárez and Chihuahua complaining of their increasing lack of water to drink and cook with, reservoirs drying up at an alarming pace, drought-stricken Tarahumaras coming down from the parched mountains, and ranchers letting their cattle die on the range." by Tom Barry

In Mexico climate change is a given, it's the rule of law that's murky. Borderland journalist Tom Barry explores the increasing tensions amidst dwindling water supplies just south of the border.

V.B. Price speaks with Yvette Tovar, Executive Director of the New Mexico Water Collaborative, about the ins and outs of water conservation in an era of persistent drought. - See more at: http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/insight_new_mexico_yvette_tovar#sthash.l9BbZoLn.dpuf

Price speaks with Yvette Tovar, Executive Director of the New Mexico Water Collaborative, about the ins and outs of water conservation in an era of pers.

As documented by Gordon Edwards and Robert Del Tredichi's Nuclear Map of Canada, 145.3 million tonnes of radioactive tailings, out of a national Canadian total of 193.2 million tonnes -- a whopping 75% -- are located at the long-shuttered Elliot Lake uranium mines, on the Serpent River watershed which flows into Lake Huron at Georgian Bay. To this day, the Elliot Lake uranium tailings are still the largest source of radium discharges into the Great Lakes.

Uranium tailings wall at Elliot Lake, leaking into Serpent River watershed. Photo by Robert Del Tr.

"And I want to pay tribute to those young revolutionary women, murdered after giving birth, who continue to tell their stories, with their own DNA, from beyond their unknown graves."  International Women’s Day 2014

"And I want to pay tribute to those young revolutionary women, murdered after giving birth, who continue to tell their stories, with their own DNA, from beyond their unknown graves." International Women’s Day 2014

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