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On Monday, in eastern Tennessee, the wall of a TVA retention pond broke. About 2 million cubic yards of coal ash slurry flooded nearby valleys. It’s a huge environmental disaster. The best newsfeed comes from Twitter.
Jill Miller Zimon alerted me on Twitter last night.
The Knoxville News Sentinel has joined the conversation on Twitter and alerted us to additional coverage, including videos they have posted on their YouTube channel. One Twitter post from KnoxNews reads:
We’ve uploaded the TVA coal ash videos we’ve done to our YouTube channel and we allow embeds.
They have quickly pointed us to a TVA briefing report on the breach, a web page with aggregated coverage and stories of two prior breaches at the retention pond.
Good journalism is more valuable now than ever: making sense of fast moving developments.
Last 5 posts by Ed Morrison
- Signing off - February 3rd, 2012
- "The current global development model is unsustainable" - February 1st, 2012
- Market opportunities for developing Chicago's green economy - January 29th, 2012
- Plain Dealer flubs its explanation for firing Tony Grossi - January 27th, 2012
- Linking and leveraging university assets to strengthen regional economies - January 27th, 2012