Chernobyl Legacy >photo essay by Paul Fusco

Chernobyl by Paul Fusco "On April 26th, 1986, Chernobyl's Reactor No. 4 unleashed a thoroughly modern plague that emptied cities, condemned entire regions, and seeped invisibly into the bodies of those exposed to its destructive presence. Photographer Paul Fusco faces the dark legacy of Chernobyl, focusing on the horrifying human consequences of the event that is now 20 years in the past." As the 'neo-con greens' promote nuclear energy as the solution to climate change more and more, it is important in this age of increased nuclear expansion that we remember the dangers of this energy source. Everyone needs to see these photos. Watch the photo essay (requires Flash) Produced by Magnum in Motion