Unsafe U.S. Drinking Water: West Virginia Chemical Spills Common

Michael Shank, Ph.D., adjunct professor at George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, discusses the West Virginia chemical spill in Elk River and the indictment of four executives responsible for the spill. Shank discusses the vulnerable U.S. drinking water supply, the costs and risks associated with dirty fossil fuels, and the opportunity for cleaner and greener energy. Video courtesy of Al Jazeera America.