Fallout in the DMZ

On the edge of conflict, Korea's DMZ

On the edge of conflict, Korea’s DMZ

Fallout in the DMZ
War isn’t usually good for the environment. Bombs chip away mountains, napalm destroys forests and landmines kill wildlife. But on the Korean Peninsula, a ceasefire that ended three years of conflict has created something of an eco-paradise. Freelance reporter Nissa Rhee recently visited the most heavily armed border in the world and told Marnie about the environment in the Korean Demilitarized Zone.

Aired on Radio Netherlands Worldwide’s Earth Beat

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