Battle to stop nuclear waste being buried in a French village
The village of Bure, in eastern France, has become a battleground for environmentalists. It has been chosen as a site to bury radioactive waste, 500 metres underground. An underground laboratory already exists and the project is expected to be completed in 2035. The resistance is up and running, and they have been occupying a nearby forest for the past year. Our reporter went to meet these anti-nuclear protesters and to visit the controversial site.