It’s been exactly one month since a train carrying hazardous material came off the tracks in Ohio in the United States.
Many residents in the affected town of East Palestine say they are still feeling the effects, from respiratory problems and rashes to headaches and unusual odours.
But East Palestine isn’t just another story of an American environmental disaster. It’s also a tale of corporate profits, regulation and communities that feel “forgotten”.
Today, North America correspondent for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald Farrah Tomazin - joins us to discuss Ohio’s toxic disaster.
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