Video investigates ongoing problems at Fukushima ground zero
If you've been following the Georgia Straight's continuing coverage of the ongoing Fukushima nuclear disaster (since 2011), the following video probably won't surprise you too much.
However, it does provide visuals and interviews that may offer some insight into the situation.
Vice magazine's Vikram Gandhi traveled to Fukushima ground zero to find out what has really been going on.
There, he finds Japanese residents and professionals who are finding information that conflicts with what the government is telling them—or perhaps more accurately, not telling them.
Among the disturbing details is the fact that no one knows what to do with the radioactive water and soil that is being removed, and how some of the containment tanks are leaking.
The investigation points out that agriculture is one of the primary industries of the area, and that produce from the region is continuing to be sold on the market.