India: The Burning City – People and Power


Al Jazeera English

Published on Jul 14, 2016

Underground fires have been burning for more than a century beneath India’s largest coalfield, but in recent decades open-cast mining has brought the flames to the surface with devastating consequences for the local population.

As communities are destroyed and thousands suffer from toxic fumes, what lies behind this human and environmental disaster?

Filmmakers Gautam Singh and Dom Rotheroe went to find out.

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

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